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How I Can Help
Hypnosis and other powerful techniques can help you change your attitude, your behaviour and beliefs about yourself.
Hypnotherapy can help you to overcome these problems in a short time so that you can enjoy your life and become more contented and fulfilled.
Help with confidence, stress, anxiety, fears and phobias, weight loss, smoking cessation, panic attacks, depression, anger release, migraines, weight control, insomnia, food cravings, pain control, menopause relief and sports performance.
Find out more below or contact me on 01502 587 341 or email.
Frequently Asked Questions About Hypnosis
If you have any other questions that are not answered here, please do not hesitate in contacting me.
Hypnosis is a state of mind similar to experiencing a pleasant daydream. It is a natural, highly focussed state of mind in which the unconscious mind is free to act without interference from regular consciousness. In this relaxed state of consciousness, your hypnotherapist can guide you to make changes in your behaviour and habits. You cannot be forced to make any changes against your will.
Everyone goes into a hypnotic state many times a day. For example when you are watching a really good film that has absorbed your attention, and you look at the time and think wow where did the last hour and a half go? Or when you have driven your car along a well-travelled journey and you reach your destination, and you are surprised at how quick the journey seemed. You may have no conscious recollection of making any of the turns or any of the manoeuvres in the last ten miles of the road that you took. And yet you got to your destination safely.
Every time your attention is focussed intently on something you are doing or you go into autopilot, you have gone into a hypnotic trance. Your unconscious mind carried on automatically keeping you safe whilst your conscious mind was engaged with daydreaming about the next meeting, your next holiday, or what you’ll be doing when you get home.
Hypnotherapy uses relaxation, focused guided imagery, suggestions and therapeutic metaphors to facilitate change and help you gain confidence and self-control over physical and emotional problems. Hypnosis is really just a state of deep relaxation.
Once you are in a relaxed state, your unconscious mind is ready to accept positive suggestions and is free to come up with the perfect solution for you to change the behaviours you want to change.
Hypnotherapy works with the power of your unconscious mind and can often create positive benefits in a relatively short space of time. Most issues are successfully resolved with 3 to 6 sessions.
At Katina Chapman Hypnotherapy, I will help you to break free from old habits and patterns, and start to live your life on your terms.
I use hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), meridian-based therapy, eye movement therapy, mindfulness, emotional freedom technique (tapping) and “havening” to help clients quit smoking, overcome fears and phobias, lose weight, manage pain, reduce symptoms of IBS, reduce symptoms of menopause, gain confidence, and overcome negative emotions and barriers such as stress and anxiety. Within a short time frame, I can help you make lasting changes.
Hypnotherapy makes use of the mind’s own ability to change patterns of behaviour and break free of emotional burdens. It’s fast, easy, natural and pleasant.
Yes, at the end of the session you will be fully alert and wide awake.
Contrary to how hypnosis is portrayed in films and TV, the hypnotherapist does not control your behaviour. You remain in control and it is your choice whether to follow the suggestions, guided imagery and experiences being suggested. Even a stage hypnotist chooses willing volunteers for the purpose of entertainment. In hypnotherapy, your hypnotherapist acts as a facilitator or coach to help guide you to make the changes you want to make. Hypnosis makes it easier for people to experience therapeutic suggestions; however, it does not force you to have those experiences and it remains your choice whether to follow the suggestions or not.
People in a hypnotic trance may look like they are asleep, however, really you are just in a very relaxed state, almost like daydreaming on purpose, as you concentrate on the suggestions and images suggested by your hypnotherapist.
Hypnotherapy can be effective at treating many addictions, fears and negative thought patterns within 3 to 6 sessions. Hypnotherapy is a fast route to the unconscious and therefore helps us integrate change at a deeper level for greater success. Of course, the more work you do, the more likely it is that positive change will be integrated at a deep level on a permanent basis.