Hypnotherapy in West Bridgford and Nottingham is, first and foremost, a way for people to help themselves. It is a process of empowerment which enables people to make changes in their lives in all kinds of ways.

The hypnotherapist acts as a mediator between the client’s conscious and unconscious minds. By putting the conscious mind at rest, the hypnotherapist is able to communicate directly with the subconscious mind, where all the answers and solutions already lie. In this way, blocks and obstacles can be overcome, and healthier, more positive habits can be introduced.

Clients use hypnotherapy in West Bridgford and Nottingham for a range of issues, including anxiety, lack of self-confidence, and specific fears and phobias. Hypnotherapy Nottingham can also be used to tap into the undeveloped creative potential that exists in all of us. It is a great way to discover previously hidden talents or passions, and to bring greater motivation and clarity about one’s life purpose.

During the session, the hypnotherapist brings the client to a place of peace and stillness. Self-hypnosis is taught as part of the session, so that clients are able to reconnect with the calm, peaceful space within, as necessary.

During hypnotherapy sessions, the client remains fully aware of what’s happening – there is no loss of control or awareness. The subconscious mind can only accept suggestions that fit the client’s moral framework. Going into trance is straightforward; in fact, everyone goes into trance several times a day. At the end of the session, the hypnotherapist gently brings the client back to everyday consciousness.

Our hypnotherapist, Shari Jayne

Shari is an Accredited member of the National Council of Psychotherapists, a member of the General Hypnotherapy Register, and an Accredited Therapy Supervisor.

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At no time will the Wellbeing Clinic West Bridgford Nottingham recommend using any therapy as an alternative to seeking medical help. Complementary therapists are not trained to diagnose or give medical advice.
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