It is important to note that anxiety and fear are different. Whilst fear is directed at a tangible outside object, general anxiety is internal and without any particular outer focus. This is why it is called ‘freefloating’. For this reason clients have difficulty identifying what they are anxious about.
Feeling nervous in a social situation is normal and many people worry about social situations such as public speaking, talking to authority figures, feelings of shyness or lacking in confidence. However. for some people, such feelings may be more troubling and difficult to cope with.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Obsessions are involuntary negative thoughts, images or impulses, occurring over and over in the mind. Compulsions are the behaviours, often accompanied by the obsessive thoughts, which the person feels compelled to act out.
A phobia is an irrational fear directed against an object, activity or situation. This can be accompanied by a panic attack when facing the object of that fear. The phobia can then lead to a range of behaviours, including avoidance behaviour, difficulty breathing, intense anxiety and feeling completely out of control.
If you have tried to quit the habit and have found that you are motivated but lack the will-power to do so, hypnosis has been found to be the most successful way to break the habit.
Carrying around unwanted weight not only makes the person feel bad about their appearance, it can also cause a range of health issues, such as diabetes, joint problems. high blood pressure and heart disease. However, there are so many emotional issues attached to over-eating and comforting eating, along with feelings of guilt and low self-esteem.
Feelings of depression can be a normal reaction to some of life’s events or stressors such as a bereavement, job loss, retirement, injury, illness or the termination of a relationship. Therefore depression can be triggered by a normal reaction to the traumatic events one encounters in life such as: marital conflict, physical or sexual abuse, economic deprivation, social skills deficits, problem solving skills deficits, self-management skills deficits, dysfunctional ways of thinking and perceiving the world.
Anxiety disorders effect 60% of those who have depression and these include social phobias, agoraphobia, panic attacks, post traumatic stress disorder, generalized anxiety disorder etc.
Hypnopsychotherapy is ideally suited to those who are depressed because depressed people are highly aroused. Therefore, hypnotherapy is first necessary to calm them down using trance hypnosis combined with relaxation skills, breathing retraining, guided imagery, relaxation conditioning techniques and solution-focused therapy.
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Hypnosis is safe
Hypnosis is a safe and effective way to make positive changes in your life.
Hypnotherapy is a powerful force
Hypnotherapy and hypno-analysis taps into the natural healing power of the sub-conscious mind. The sub-conscious mind is the seat of the emotions. It is the emotions that caused the problems and it is only at a sub-conscious level, real therapy and healing occurs.
A powerful tool for Change
Hypnosis enhances all modes of therapy, from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Counselling, Psychotherapy.