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Clinical & Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy

Helping you to take control of your life

Clinical Hypnosis Can help with

the following


Clinical Hypnotherapy can help:


Pain Control

Fears & Phobia

Stress & Anxiety 

Restful Sleep

Depression

Trauma

Self-esteem/Ego boosting

Habit breaking

Anger management

Assertiveness training

OCD's

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / ME

Relationship difficulties

Bereavement or Grief or Loss

Emotional distress

Eating disorders

Weight Control

Confidence building

Personal development

Motivation

Creativity

and much more....


Not sure if it's the right thing for you?

Just call and have a conversation to find out more.




Michelle is delighted to use Clinical Hypnotherapy to support both the cancer support charity 'The Living Tree' based in Bridport and the Dorset based Weldmar Hospice care.



clinical Hypnosis Cognitive Behavioural Therapy & Mindfulness,

Clinical Hypnosis

Uses the power of suggestion, it helps you change the things you want to change, by helping your subconscious understand and accept if a new behaviour is required. It isn't mind control, or sleep, it is simply a way of allowing your own mind to help you change something for the better. 


Hypnosis is often misunderstood because of the way it is used in entertainment, by misleading stage hypnosis performers and illusionists and magicians. 


Clinical Hypnosis is safe, you will not do anything you don't want to do, or lose control, you will not go anywhere, you will hear everything said to you, even if you don't consciously remember it all.

Everything is discussed professionally ensuring your confidentiality.


CBT or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy 

CBT is a process, teaching clients to question their thoughts behaviours and emotions.


It empowers clients by first, fully explaining and aiding their understanding and getting an agreement for the changes needed, establishing a sense of recognition for their triggers and the unhelpful or negative emotions that result in the stress, or anxiety etc. that they experience.

Then helping to make the behavioural changes needed to impact of the emotions and change them too.


"man is not disturbed by events, but by the view he takes of those events"

                                Epictitus


Mindfulness


Mindfulness is a meditation that teaches "being in the moment and simply observing it", it is a way of allowing the mind to focus and settle, and in time become calmer.


It is a practice, and requires sometime each day to really get the benefit, but even 3 minuets each day can help.



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