An effective treatment that can be used to treat many of different illnesses and issues, such as smoking, weight loss, phobias, fear of flying etc. 

Insomnia It’s a common problem thought to regularly affect around one in every three people in the UK, and is particularly common in elderly people.

If you have insomnia, you may:

Hypnotherapy can greatly improve sleep

Hypnotherapy can greatly improve sleep

  • find it difficult to fall asleep
  • lie awake for long periods at night
  • wake up several times during the night
  • wake up early in the morning and not be able to get back to sleep
  • not feel refreshed when you get up
  • find it hard to nap during the day, despite feeling tired
  • feel tired and irritable during the day and have difficulty concentrating.
  • Hypnotherapy can greatly improve sleep.

One client who had hypnotherapy for a fear of flying said “just to let you know I got on the flight to South Africa and felt fine, the only thing I felt was bored it was great, thank you for your support and help, Diane”.

In a hypnotherapy session you are always in control and you are not made to do anything. Hypnotherapy is about empowerment. It does involve the induction of a trance-like condition; the client is actually in an enhanced state of awareness, concentrating entirely on the therapist’s voice. The therapist is able to suggest ideas, concepts and lifestyle adjustments to the client, the seeds of which become firmly planted.

Hypnotherapy aims to re-programme patterns of behaviour within the mind, enabling irrational fears, phobias, negative thoughts and suppressed emotions to be overcome.

Hypnotherapy can usually help with most emotional problems that individuals are finding difficult and also some physical problems can also be effectively treated with hypnosis too, such as IBS and insomnia. However, it’s important for an individual to consult their GP before approaching a hypnotherapist if they suffer from clinical depression, epilepsy or schizophrenia.

As always choose your hypnotherapist carefully. This is particularly important when choosing a hypnotherapist to work with your child. Naturally, look for someone who is fully qualified and who has experience in working with children as well as adults; the right person will be very happy to talk to you and answer your questions. It is very important that both you and your child can feel comfortable, confident and at ease with the therapist that you choose.

Hypnosis is often combined with counselling techniques to benefit individuals. The techniques used will depend on the issue the clients are experiencing.

What happens during a hypnotherapy session?
The first session start by discussing the problems you are experiencing and setting goals around how to move forward. The therapist will suggest the kind of treatment that she feels is best suited to you. Subsequent sessions will be tailored to your needs and If you have any queries or concerns around hypnosis these will be answered in the first session.

Fast phobia cure. This technique is used to help sufferers put disturbing events behind them by stopping distressing and unwanted thoughts and images intruding during their day to day lives

The sessions will be ‘content free’ which means that the therapist can use the phobia cure without having to know details of the incident. This is a huge relief to clients who often find it very difficult to discuss their experience. The client does not have to discuss any details around their traumatic incident and does not have to experience all the upset and distress that this may cause.

Hypnotherapy is useful for:

Weight loss


Fear of flying


Low self esteem

smoking cessation –

 Cost – Each session lasts 90 minutes and cost £50.00

 For more information call Dionne on 0754 282 0678

Hypnotherapy is not recommended for those with a history of : – epilepsy, heart disease, psychiatric conditions such as schizophrenia, hospitalisation for severe depression. 

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