WHAT IS HYPNOSIS?
Hypnosis is a form of psychotherapy that is used to create subconscious change in a client in the form of new responses, thoughts, attitudes, behaviours and feelings.
HOW CAN YOU BENEFIT FROM A HYPNOSIS SESSION?
We have all experienced feelings of anxiety at some point in life. The fear of flying is a common example. In some people this feeling will intensify should the plane go through a thunderstorm. Due to the intensity, such responses can become hardwired in our unconscious mind and become our default reaction. This process of stimulus and response is continuously happening and influencing how we act and react. Hypnosis is a way of changing this relationship and allowing for more conscious direction. It works with the unconscious part of ourselves and allows our inner strength and resources to be accessed. Change can be created on a deep level that filters to all aspects of who we are and how we live.
CLINICAL HYPNOSIS VS STAGE HYPNOSIS
Clinical hypnosis is vastly different from the well-known stage hypnosis. It uses advanced techniques and theories and is continuously researched by Medical and Educational Institutes internationally. Clinical Hypnosis can help many conditions ranging from pain or IBS to phobias and unwanted thoughts and behaviours.
"I chose Clinical hypnosis as I have seen first hand the power of the mind for positive or negative outcomes. Working as a mental health professional I have witnessed both recoveries from severe conditions, such as addiction, and vice versa. Those who have recovered contributed it to something changing inside. Others created self fulflling prophecies after they have been told that they had a condition." Mark Appleford
As a qualified practitioner, Mark Appleford is governed by the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
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