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by Dr. Becky Spelman on 04/11/2019

What is Hypnotherapy and how is it different than other Private Therapy Clinic services?

Hypnotic techniques are used by a highly trained Private Therapy Clinic Hypnotherapist (who is MNCH accredited) in such a way as to bring about therapeutic changes. In hypnotherapy treatment the Therapist assists in activating the inner resources of the Client in order to achieve realistic goals. The problems that Hypnotherapy can help with fall into the following broad classes: Thoughts, Phobias, Feelings and Habits but it can also help with a huge range of other Issues. MNCH accredited hypnotherapists have been in practice for a minimum of three years.

Private Hypnotherapy in London

Hypnotherapy is a very versatile treatment solution that can support you with a range of conditions. It’s become an important tool for helping our clients overcome a range of issues, supporting their goal of improving their overall wellbeing and fulfilment. Delivered by our highly experienced professionals, we can help you address behavioural problems that are influencing your daily lives.

Delivered by our fully trained and accredited hypnotherapists, hypnotherapy could be just what you’ve been looking for. The method is designed to create subconscious change in you, forming new responses, feeling, attitudes, behaviours, and thoughts to areas you previously struggled with. Tailored with your goals in minds, we help you achieve realistic results through hypnotherapy.

Modern hypnotherapy, which is supported by a range of studies and research, is accepted from treating a wide range of different issues, from anxiety to addictions. We use tried and tested techniques, to deliver you hypnotherapy that provides you with real results. All our hypnotherapists have a minimum of three years working with a wide group of issues.

Among our patients, our hypnotherapists have used their techniques to provide treatment for:

Anxiety

Anxiety can be a debilitating condition to live with, affecting multiple other areas of your life. Through changing the way that you think and react to certain circumstances, our hypnotherapy treatment can provide you with a better way of dealing with those situations that make you feel anxious, allowing you to move forward and develop.

Weight Loss

People that struggle with weight loss often find it difficult to break unhealthy habits that they have already formed or use food as a coping mechanism. Hypnotherapy can alter attitudes and behaviours, providing you with the basis to lose weight through lifestyle improvements that have a lasting impact.

Smoking cessation

Smoking cessation – It’s not just the cravings that can hamper people’s desire to give up smoking, habits and thought processes can have an effect too. Through creating subconscious changes, hypnotherapy can give you an additional, powerful tool to help you give up the habit for good.

Our therapists use a wide range of techniques to support their patients, tailoring them to suit each individual they work with. We’re able to provide hypnotherapy both as a standalone treatment and in conjunction with other treatment to create a complete plan where necessary. Our adaptable, patient focussed approach promises to deliver measurable results and long term positive effects for those that seek our treatment.

How Can I Book Hypnotherapy in London

If you would like to talk to someone about hypnotherapy in London, please get in touch with us at the Private Therapy Clinic by telephone at: 020 38871738 or book online.

PSYCHOLOGIST WHO PROVIDE HYPNOTHERAPY AT PRIVATE THERAPY CLINIC

  • OLGA PACHOLEC

    Counselling Psychologist in Training & Hypnotherapist.

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