Why Hypnotherapy Works

During the last decade I have helped thousands of people overcome issues and problems so that they can lead happy, prosperous lives, so I feel that I have an excellent understanding of why hypnotherapy works.

Perhaps the biggest reason that hypnotherapy works is because it focusses on presenting therapeutic ideas and suggestions to the client when they are in a relaxed state. A relaxed mind is like a sponge, absorbing new ideas, learning and remembering better, gathering helpful information, so clients can totally focus on the issue or problem they wish to resolve.

These positive ideas, suggestions and solutions can embed themselves unconsciously leading to permanent positive change.

Experiencing Change Through Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy offers a great opportunity for a client to imagine themselves without the issue or problem that is troubling them. Often we are so wrapped up in our issues that we forget what it is like to experience ourselves as happy and mentally strong, capable of achieving the things that we want to achieve and being the people that we want to be.

By imagining ourselves, for example, free of the fear, or feeling confident or having high self-esteem, or losing our addictions, we seed the mind with positive messages that inform it that we want to change. Once the mind knows what we want it will work towards achieving our goals.

Analytical Hypnotherapy Allows Us to Examine Underlying Factors Surrounding our Issues

Hypnotherapy isn’t just about the therapist making suggestions to the client. It goes far deeper than that. Analytical hypnotherapy is a process where client and therapist work together to examine the nuts and bolts of the issue that the client wishes to resolve.

For example, someone who has an irrational fear of pigeons can be taken back to the moment they developed the initial fear to determine why the fear is present.

The therapist then helps the client let go of the emotions and feelings surrounding the initial traumatic experience which helps break apart the fear.

Triggers for the fear can be examined: in what situations do we get scared? Which situations are the worst? Are there times when the client has not been scared of pigeons? If so, what was different about those particular situations? Gathering these sorts of facts allows the cycle of repetitive fear to be broken.

Analytical hypnotherapy involves client and therapist communicating together while the client is experiencing hypnosis so the therapist gains rapid feedback which helps make the hypnotherapy session adaptive and efficient.

Based on the outcomes of our analytical hypnotherapy session I then record a bespoke audio recording for you afterwards which further reinforces the work that we have done together and provides you with support at home. My voice is always with you.

Yours truly,

Mark Spalek
Clinical Hypnotherapist
GHR (reg), Dip. Hyp, Dip. NLP, GQHP, MSc, BSc, PGCE

Positive Suggestions Hypnotherapy

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