FAQ

What is Hypnotherapy?

From birth to the age of seven years old we develop 90% of our mind. This means we absorb our environment and everything that comes with it, those around us and their belief systems and values installing themselves in us. The critical faculty develops after this time making it possible to start assessing situations for ourselves and accounting for the remaining ten percent of the mind. Hypnotherapy is a deeply relaxed, focused state of awareness. This state makes it possible to integrate positive suggestions to change any installed negative beliefs and replace them with positives helping us to achieve a more fulfilling life.

Does Hypnotherapy work?

Absolutely. Hypnosis has been proven to have an impact on the brain which can be measured scientifically, confirmed by one of America’s leading psychiatrists David Spiegal from Stanford University. Hypnotherapy is now an accepted medical therapy to address a number of medical conditions!

Will I lose control?

You are in full control of yourself during hypnosis. Like mediation, you can open your eyes at any point and cannot be convinced to do or say anything you are not comfortable with.

How does Hypnotherapy feel?

It feels like a deeper relaxed state than meditation. Those who fully let go are able to reach a euphoric state of calm and peace. The whole process is absolutely natural, you will not feel zonked out.

Will I remember the session?

Yes! Most people stay awake during the entire session. Those who practice deep relaxation with Hypnosis and Mediation can often fall asleep during the session! This is great as it does not inhibit the suggestions from being absorbed, 20% of the population can arrive at this state of relaxation.

How many sessions will I need?

This absolutely depends on the individual. Please use the contact form to request a free phone consultation to discuss timelines.

 

Does insurance cover it?

Although we do not accept insurance, depending on your provider, you may be able to submit your receipt from us and get a portion of your treatment cost returned to you.

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