Hypnotherapy involves taking a person into a state of mind where they’re able to make changes to behaviours, habits and beliefs, and as a result overcome challenges, improve performance and enhance a person’s quality of life.
Most of our decisions are made in our minds, in the unconscious part of ourselves. Throughout our lives it picks up and retains everything it thinks we’ll need to live our lives by. It does this to save us time; if we didn’t we’d have to think about every tiny action we need in order to walk, we’d have to focus on every breath in order to make sure we keep breathing.
Our unconscious minds make the process of learning easier, so we can dedicate more attention to the tasks of the day. Unfortunately it can’t tell the difference between something that’s positive for us and something that’s not so positive.
We end up doing behaviours we don’t want to do, wondering why we keep doing things that way, and persistently doing it that way anyway.
Your life is the sum of what’s going on inside,and your unconscious patterns of behaviour dictate what you outwardly express. These behaviours can be changed, easily. By changing your beliefs, you change your life.
All change in life begins with the decision to change, and I firmly believe that you can change any part of your experience in life and learn to become a better you in the process.
As a clinical hypnotherapist, I’m both qualified and experienced in working through a wide range of challenges:
This is not an exhaustive list of problems that can be helped with Hypnotherapy, others include; Bereavement, Fertility, Gastrointestinal problems, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Eating Disorders. Please ask me if Hypnotherapy can help with a problem that may not be listed here.
Amethyst Therapy is run to a strict code of ethics and guidelines set out by COSRT – The College of Sexual & Relationship Therapists, formerly known as the British Association for Sexual & Relationship Therapy - BASRT.
*Disclaimer: The results of these services and therapies may vary from person to person.