If you could change one thing in your life, what would that be? Whether it’s overcoming a fear, or changing a habit or behaviour, hypnosis is the key.
Depression – are you suffering in silence? No two people are affected the same way by depression and there is no “one-size-fits-all” treatment. But hypnosis can help you identify the triggers and change how you think, feel and react, leading to a happier future. My ‘Brain Training for Creating Joy and Happiness’ program can help.
Alcohol sales rose by 67% just prior to the lockdown, as many prepared to drink at home, and while alcohol can give us a brief feeling of euphoria, the eﬀects are short-lived and the long-term negative consequences of over-using alcohol can be harmful. If your drinking has become a habit, hypnosis can help. My reduce alcohol programme will enable you to take back control.
As the UK’s Covid19 lockdown continues and the government warns Britons against making holiday plans just yet, many people may find their state of mind slipping downwards without their annual summer trip to look forward to. So in response, I’m going to help people to travel to their favourite destination
– from the comfort of their own armchair!
I am releasing 5 free hypnosis recordings so you can experience a virtual holiday whenever you want.
If you have noticed your usual sleep patterns have gone awry as the stages of lock down have progressed, you are not alone. Many people are suﬀering from sleep problems for the first time in their life. With anxiety from the Coronavirus at a new high already, a lack of sleep is creating even more problems to daily life. Try my FREE hypnosis recording to learn how hypnosis can help many forms of sleep issues such as insomnia.
How to Improve Relationships with the Power of Hypnosis The coronavirus outbreak is leading to big changes in the way we live our everyday lives. Our relationships are hugely important to us just at a time when they are being placed under the most intense pressure. Relationships are not built on the expectation that you’ll be spending all day, every…
Maybe you already suffer from low-level anxiety and your symptoms have ramped up recently due to worries about Coronavirus, or perhaps you’re experiencing new physical and psychological strains for the first time? I have spent years helping people to cope with and reduce their anxiety and the techniques I teach my clients, whatever the trigger for their condition, can also be applied successfully in this current pandemic. I’d encourage anyone who is feeling stressed or anxious, whether they are directly affected by Coronavirus or are just generally worried about it, to download my FREE anxiety release session and see if it helps.
Anxiety issues affect many of us every single year. Quite a few people try to live and cope by themselves, suffering from this condition quietly.
A normal amount of anxiety can be helpful as it keeps us alert to the danger. However, in excess, it can impinge on us physically and emotionally and have a considerable impact on our lives. In addition, difficult situations, or stressful life circumstances, can increase stress levels and bring on panic and anxiety attacks.
Hypnotherapy is a very beneficial treatment in tackling anxiety and removing the hidden causes. Under hypnotherapy, you can achieve a greater understanding of your problems and find new strategies of feeling, thinking and behaving.
If you would like to know more about how hypnotherapy can help you take control of your anxiety give me a call on (01502 587341) or email hello@KatinaChapman.co.uk
Hypnotherapy is a commonly misunderstood practice – many people may think about the stereotypical swaying fob watch and the phrases ‘look into my eyes… you feel sleepy…’ when they consider hypnotherapy.
Far from being a sort of recreation, real a hypnotic approach can offer people with the opportunity to break harmful habits,
So how exactly does it work?
Contrary to popular belief, hypnotherapists will not send men and women to sleep.
As human beings, we encounter a range of emotions each day, and usually we are able to keep them under control.
However, for many people, controlling their temper is often very difficult, causing great difficulties in their life for themselves and people close to them.
Other problems such as stress, anxiety or even depression can also be linked with anger management problems, but all of these difficulties can be dealt with.
Anger can trigger quite a few of the physical responses that stress has – raising pulse rate, blood pressure and adrenalin levels.