Cognitive Hypnotherapy continually amazes me.
After as few sessions many of my clients start to feel differently and notice improvements in their lives.
Some of the clients who seek me out, have already tried to deal with their problems through other means. It’s not unusual for a client to approach me, after many years of traditional counselling or other psychotherapies. In some cases over a decade.
My clients might get to the point that they feel they are not moving forward in the way that they want too. I’m not saying that these approaches don’t work, it’s obvious that they do for some. For others though, they just don’t find themselves where they wanted to be.
Cognitive Hypnotherapy gives the power and control back to the individual. In some ways I liken it to a shining torch that shows the client that they already have everything they need, to fix their own problem. What’s needed is someone to switch on the torch and show them where to look. To offer guidance, positive encouragement, and genuine support in a secure environment. That’s where I come in.
We talk about having a brain. In fact its more accurate to say that we have three brains.
Cognitive Hypnotherapy and its powerful influence
Cognitive Hypnotherapy, unlike some therapies, weaves its powerful influences across all three brains systems.During the sessions, past memories might be explored, feelings might be changed. Better understandings might be developed around negative behaviours. These jigsaw pieces can come together to create a different picture.
Watch this video if you are interested in finding out more about Cognitive Hypnotherapy.
I will arrange with you to chat things through and I can explain more about how Cognitive Hypnotherapy works, and how it might be able to help you.
By Sarah Jons