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In 1958 Hypnosis was accepted by the American Medical Association after the study and confirmation of the therapeutic benefits associated with the practice. It is widely believed in the Hypnotherapy community that no one is broken, and everyone has solutions within them. The goals of the practice are to subconsciously improve neural networks and to offer suggestions that drive positive changes within the mind.

How does Hypnotherapy work?

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind that occurs many times throughout the day. You experience this while performing activities that require minimal cognitive exertion such as watching TV or reading. A prime example of hypnosis is the occurrence of not being able to recall details after driving or having a conversation. 

We all function at a Beta state in during the day where the conscious mind is can be in conflict with your subconscious values. This can result in negative emotions and inabilities to take action. During a Hypnotherapy session I will guide you to a Theta state where my suggestions will be easily accepted by your subconscious mind, as your critical thinking factor has been diminished in this state. Hypnotherapy is extremely specific to the individual as similar behaviours will often have different driving factors in a person's mental frame. For this reason Hypnotherapy is only successful when the practitioner is targeting the root of the challenge, and is very specific in the use of language and strategies.

Did you know...

Catherine Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge used hypnotherapy to combat her severe morning sickness during her pregnancies. She also used hypnobirthing during the delivery of all 3 of her children. Since she has publicly shared this information, hypnotherapy and hypnobirthing has gained in popularity world-wide!

Hypnotherapy myths:

One of the biggest myths about Hypnotherapy is that the client "loses control" during the session. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis. Not even the most talented practitioners could force or suggest that you do something you don't want to do. The process is self-driven and does not happen without your active participation. Secondly hypnosis is not a sleep state and cannot work when you are you are sleeping (Delta state), therefore it is imperative that you remain awake during your sessions.  

Hypnotherapy is commonly used for the following challenges:


  • Excessive fear or Irrational Fears
  • Various Phobias
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Concentration


  • Nail biting
  • Hoarding
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Breaking negative relationship patterns


  • Weight loss
  • Pain management
  • Ailments associated with pregnancy
  • Sleep hygiene

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