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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What does Hypnosis feel like?
    There is no such thing as a Hypnosis feeling and many people do not feel like they have been hypnotised afterwards. Going into hypnosis is simply a pleasant and relaxing experience of the mind and body.
  • How many sessions will I need?
    This can vary between clients and is dependent on each person's issue and individual response to hypnosis. Most issues take between 3 – 5 sessions for positive and lasting changes to be made, although of course this does happen much more quickly for some! Fears and phobias for example can be resolved in as little as 1 - 2 sessions. You can assured that I will always do my very best to help you to resolve your problem as quickly as is possible for you.
  • Can I get stuck in Hypnosis?
    No you absolutely cannot. It is not possible to get stuck in hypnosis. You will remain in control at all times, regardless of how relaxed you feel. You can bring yourself out of hypnosis at any time if you wish and would simply drift back to full consciousness by yourself if something were to happen to your hypnotherapist while you were in hypnosis.
  • Does Hypnosis only work on certain people?
    Anyone can be hypnotised. The depth of the hypnotic state is variable from person to person and different techniques may be required for different people but if you are willing and have a strong sense of need, together with trust and confidence in your hypnotherapist - you can be hypnotised! GP consent may be required for certain illnesses and you should not be hypnotised whilst under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • Can I be made to do anything I don’t want to?
    Definitely not! Whilst in hypnosis you are aware of what is going on around you and what is being said, regardless of how deeply you go into hypnosis. You remain in control at all times and your subconscious will not let you do anything which you don’t want to do, or which is against your beliefs. Hypnosis is not something which I do to you. It is a process that we do together. My role is to simply guide and help you to make the changes that you wish to achieve.
  • Does Asense Therapy comply with GDPR?
    Asense Therapy complies fully with The General Data Protection Regulations The GDPR replaces the 1998 Data Protection Act to ensure your personal and sensitive, confidential data is kept private and held securely, being processed in the way that you have agreed to. It is there to protect your rights as a consumer of a service or product that might involve your identifiable data, e.g. your name and address or whether you have a specific condition. It also covers any session records, text messages or emails we exchange. Full details will be provided at the initial consultation.
  • What is CBT?
    Cognitive behavioural therapy is a talking therapy, which aims to help you by encouraging you to challenge your own unhelpful thinking patterns and behaviour, allowing you to make improvements to your life.
  • What is NLP?
    Neuro-linguistic programming provides you with practical ways to change the way in which you think and view past events, and enables you to take control of your thoughts, feelings and emotions, in order to approach life differently.
  • What is EFT?
    EFT is an alternative treatment which involves tapping the body in order to create a balance in its energy system. This technique can be extremely useful in helping with pain and emotional distress. EFT is also known as Psychological acupuncture or tapping. Find out more here:
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