Clinical hypnotherapy is safe, there are no side effects, and bears no resemblance to stage hypnosis.
It cannot make you do something that is against your morals or ethics. It is not a truth serum or means of coercion. It has been widely accepted as a highly effective method by which we may access our inner potential and has been officially approved as a tool in medicine by the British Medical Association since 1955.
Hypnotherapy can help you enormously to feel more comfortable and in control of challenging situations. It has a wide array of applications from depression, anxiety, bereavement, stress, pain, addictions, compulsive behaviours, sleeping problems to weak immune system. See below for details on how clinical hypnotherapy can help with cancer and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
Additionally we offer sports hypnotherapy, which can help control anxiety levels, enhance motivation and performance and instil self confidence.
£75 1.5 hours
Clinical Hypnotherapy for People Living with Cancer
Hypnotherapy does not intend to replace any orthodox medical cancer treatment. It emphasises the importance of the body-mind connection and the powerful influence our emotional state can have on our physical wellbeing. Hypnotherapy can help you to cope better with fears, anxiety, anger, sadness, pain, nausea and much more…Hypnosis is also used to help boost the immune system and reinforce the self-healing abilities of our bodies.
This therapy bears no side effect, is non-toxic and is tailored specifically to the individual’s needs – if you have any questions contact Kinga today on 07527 841616 or email email@example.com.
Clinical Hypnotherapy for People Living with IBS
One in five people are affected by IBS symptoms. The severity of IBS symptoms depend on the individual circumstances. It is known that IBS can considerably impair the quality of life, from social interaction to ability to work; hence it may bear a significant cost both for the healthcare system and the individual.
Is hypnotherapy for IBS supported by the conventional medicine? There is a growing body of evidence (through clinical trials) that hypnotherapy can be exceptionally helpful in the management of refractory IBS. Peter Whorwell, Professor of Medicine and Gastroenterology in the School of Medicine and Director of the South Manchester Functional Bowel Service explained: “IBS is ideal for treatment with hypnosis, as there is no structural damage to the body”. “During the hypnotherapy, sufferers learn how to influence and gain control of their gut function, and then seem to be able to change the way the brain modulates their gut activity.”
Click here for details of our IBS Management Programme.