Clinical Hypnosis Grantham
Clinical Hypnotherapeutic Approaches – What are they?
Clinical hypnotherapy is the use of therapy during the time the client is in a hypnotic state, to treat specific psychological problems or symptoms or physical issues. Clinical hypnosis only works if the client’s focus is turned inward so they become more self-aware. This is typically achieved by relaxing the customer as much as possible. When they are hypnotised, the individual can access resources held at an unconscious level far more simply.
What a lot of people do not realise is that hypnosis is part of daily life.
Beliefs and feelings and behaviours can be changed far more easily when hypnosis is used by a qualified hypnotherapist.
Advanced clinical hypnotherapy solutions are used to treat numerous psychological and physical issues like psoriasis, depression, anger management, weight control and smoking.
The wonderful thing about hypnosis is that it can be used with traditional medicine without a negative impact. In so doing, it can create even greater and faster change than many people would imagine. Commonly Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), psychotherapy or counselling is used alongside hypnotherapy. When we employ hypnotherapy and the information we have about the physical aspects of the issue, we can fully grasp how the mind is working and make constructive changes.
A hypnotherapist has access to a range of tools and techniques to help clients make changes, and so the type of treatment offered may be tailored to the particular person. As an example, for someone with factors relating to past events, analytical hypnotherapy may be used, whereas the use of suggestion approaches may be better suited to other issues. Occasionally, the client finds it not easy to relive memories from the past.
An experienced clinical hypnotherapist is hence trained to be flexible in their method.
The idea that the person loses control during the hypnotic session is a myth, as any unacceptable suggestions that go opposed to the client’s morals will be rejected by the unconscious. Clients remain safe, under control and aware at all times. To encourage successful treatment, a professional hypnotherapist will always provide a comfortable environment for the client.
The number of issues that can be treated by hypnotherapy is vast and varied. Smoking, drinking, grief, self-worth, phobias, relationship problems, panic, lack of sleep and countless other negative behaviours and problems can be helped. Clinical hypnosis is successful in treating a substantial percentage of people with the issues specified above, and so many more.
Combining all the best performing treatment methods makes clinical hypnosis exceptionally powerful.
Dr. Michael Millett, a supervising hypnotherapist, who runs Elevated Therapy International in Grantham, Lincolnshire explained: “Clients are not treated with hypnosis, but are treated in hypnosis”.
Elevated Therapy has been established since 1995 in London and relocated to Grantham in 2012.