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Embracing Transformation: Discovering the Healing Power of Hypnosis on World Hypnotism Day

As a Psychotherapist and Clinical Hypnotherapist, this day holds a special significance for me and for everyone interested in the transformative power of hypnosis for healing and growth. Just wanted to share some thoughts with you...

What is World Hypnotism Day?

Celebrated annually on January 4th, World Hypnotism Day provides a moment of recognition for the positive and profound impact hypnosis can have on people's lives. It's a day where we dispel myths, share truths, and celebrate successes.

The Misconceptions

Many of us have seen hypnosis portrayed in movies or on stage, often shrouded in mystery and drama. But the reality is far from this theatrical portrayal. Hypnosis in a therapeutic sense is not, losing control or falling into a trance against your will. It's about a heightened state of awareness, increased relaxation, focus and concentration, which is perfect for harnessing your mind's own power to heal and grow.

The Realities and Benefits

As a professional in this field, I've seen firsthand how hypnosis can be a powerful tool in not only managing stress, anxiety, and depression but in changing unhelpful habits, increasing confidence or focus and so much more. It works by accessing the subconscious mind, the place where all of our experienced and memories are held, helping to uncover and address underlying issues that contribute to these challenges.

My Approach

In my cosy Buckinghamshire practice and online throughout the UK and beyond, I combine hypnosis with counselling and other therapeutic techniques to create an approach which is individually tailored, acknowledging that everyone’s journey is unique.

Looking Ahead

If you're curious about how hypnosis can benefit you or someone you know, I encourage you to reach out. Whether it's dealing with anxiety, everyday stress, a fear or phobia, managing weight, quitting a habit or a more deep-seated issues, there's a good chance that hypnosis can help the journey to better mental health and change.


**Please note that whilst hypnosis is suitable for most people it should not be used if you have psychosis or certain types of personality disorder.  It’s advisable to check with your GP first if you have personality disorder or severe mental illness.

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