Hypnosis is a technique that works through the power of suggestion. It allows the client to take charge of their own mind, discovering their own inner truth and finding the strength to use it in order to make positive changes in their own life.
Personality disorders, and behavior issues, such as anger and frustration, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders, bad or unwanted habits
Addiction behaviors, such as smoking, substance abuse, gambling
Resolving insomnia and poor sleep habits
Overcoming anxiety and panic attacks and address fears and phobias
Managing postnatal depression
Improve general self-confidence and self-esteem
Quit smoking (yes, its twice as this is very common application of hypnotherapy)
Relieve and manage stress and general worrying
Addressing different kinds of trauma and PTSD
Manage weight issues and comfort eating and overeating, binge eating and other eating disorders
Hospice and Hospitals, offering comfort to those that seek comfort through hypnotherapy
Past life regression
You are free to accept or reject suggestions made to you in hypnosis and what you say (if anything) is entirely under your control. Hypnotherapy is always used in a respectful and understanding way. Your therapy will be discussed with you in advance to ensure that you are comfortable with the approach. Hypnosis involves focused attention and you remain physically and mentally in control. Certainly, you won't become stuck in hypnosis and can start or finish as you choose, just as you can start or finish a daydream, or become engrossed in a book or film. You can drive a motor vehicle immediately after hypnosis. Hypnotherapy is about the unconscious mind, therefore it is best to let your directed thoughts (conscious mind) rest and not be analytical. For example, avoid thinking 'am I hypnotised' or trying to relax. Don't try, just let it happen is best. Leaving your analytical mind to enjoy a rest is best.