What Approach is used?          

Various approaches are used depending on what is presented it could be :

Hypnosis - Hypnotherapy generally focuses on and amplifies people’s strength.
Solution focus therapy - Positive Psychology
Relationship Therapy  or coaching  viewing issues from both sides
NLP best way to describe this is Neuro  Linguistic Psychology
NLP is a  an application of understanding how people think and thus providing insight to initiate change  in the lives of people opening to be the best you can be

All these approached  s provided in an environment that is confidential and caring where I can assist people to discover changes that they want to make in their lives.

When negative things happen in your life, it seems that everything starts to go wrong. When you begin your day on a positive foot, the rest of the day is a positive one. Thoughts attract one to the other and gains power and momentum the more you think of them. What then manifests is the direct reflection of what you have been thinking and feeling so if we open ourselves to more positive options we empower ourselves. It's never what  happens to us its how we see or feel it is affecting us

And, in today's world many are faced with difficult challenges and issues. These are often dealt with by putting up barriers or patterns of behaviour, over eating under eating, procrastination – putting things off or not wanting to deal with certain things, emotional problems, anxiety, tenseness  or fear, abusive behaviour (to themselves or others), health problems, relationship difficulties, negative thinking, and low self-esteem, to name but a few.

Modern day living is far more demanding on our bodies that produce chemicals that may have a long term impact on our health. The everyday of mental and emotional distress and even some physical illness can be traced to underlying anxiety, tension and stress. The result often puts us out of our balance to whom you are or who you are meant to be. This imbalance is between our cognitive conscious beliefs (thinking) and our subconscious or unconscious mind.

Hypnosis can work on both levels boosting a conscious willingness to challenge oneself and minimising conscious interference making you the master of your emotions rather than your emotion controlling you. The role of a hypnotist in a therapeutic setting is to help you establish communication pathway with your unconscious mind in order to overcome your inner obstacles and reach a state of your own ability to deal with issues.

Hypnosis generally focuses on and amplifies people’s strength. Hypnosis begins with the premise that the client has valuable abilities that are present and hidden, abilities that can be uncovered and used in a deliberate way to overcome symptoms and problems. The conscious and unconscious thought patterns have a different set of functions but also share a considerable number of functions between them. The unconscious mind is not rigid or analytical.

Hypnotherapy takes place at the unconscious level  and we become aware of the change consciously  when we are ready.
Hypnosis is not sleep -people in Hypnosis trance  are more awake to themselves and are in full control of what you want to take in.

Hypnotherapy is a way to access the hidden treasure-house of our minds through deep relaxation of mind and body. Think of it from another aspect when someone says something and it captures your imagination to the point that what you are imagining how it feels subjectively real to you assisting in new possibilities of action or change

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