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Hypnosis is the calm, relaxed dream-like state we all enter several times a day. Hypnotherapy is the therapeutic work carried out whilst you are in the state of hypnosis.
Hypnosis is not mind control. No one can control your mind except you.
Psychotherapy is a talking therapy whereby the issues you feel are preventing you from moving forwards are talked through and analysed, in a way that creates understanding within the deeper mind, moving you towards the solution.
Psychotherapy can be short or long-term, depending upon the issues that you need help with.
Counselling is a safe space where you can talk openly about your thoughts and feelings in a non-judgemental environment.
Counselling can be beneficial for a one-off, short term problem, or for longer term issues.
Hypno-Psychotherapy is an integrative therapy approach, using both Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy to address deeper emotional issues. The combination of interacting with the therapist whilst in the state of hypnosis can help guide and direct your mind to those deeper issues.
Client-centred therapy is where the Therapist fits appropriate techniques around their client, rather than trying to fit the client to the technique.
Client-centred therapy is a participatory process where the Therapist works with the client towards a permanent positive outcome.
We are all different, and consequently, respond differently to different stimuli. A competent Therapist will have learned several different techniques during their training, and the client-centred approach means that the Therapist will use the technique that is best suited to the needs of the client, creating the best possible foundation for a permanent positive outcome. Client-centred techniques help clients use the power of their own minds to change, while the Therapist serves only as the guide or facilitator of such change.
Everyone is different and the number of sessions you will require depends on the type of therapy you are seeking as well as the issues you are seeking help with.
Come with an open mind and be prepared to go with the flow. Wear comfortable clothing in order that you can relax easily in a chair. Caffeine is a stimulant, so avoiding it in the few hours leading up to your session might be beneficial. Avoid alcohol and recreational drugs prior to your session.
In 2018, the rules in the UK about holding people's data changed. All of the information I take from you is confidential and I never pass on your details to a third party. The information I take is for the purpose of your treatment, and nothing else. I don't store anything electronically, and I write with pencil. Being as open and honest as you can will enable me to give you the best possible treatment I can.
Sometimes, it can be embarrassing or upsetting to discuss certain things. I understand that. All of the information I take from you is confidential. Everything you say to me during our sessions is confidential.