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Clinical Hypnotherapy is a well researched, safe, rapid and effective way to bring about permanent or long lasting positive changes that can relieve many psychological and some physical symptoms. EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) is a fast and effective way to treat mild psychological trauma up to and including PTSD.
The hypnotic trance is similar to the trance state you experience when going to sleep and waking up, when daydreaming, getting absorbed in a book or film and often when travelling a familiar route. Hypnotherapy induces this trance state and uses it to allow conscious filtering to be bypassed so positive suggestions can be adopted by the subconscious mind to effect change. On waking most people feel more completely relaxed and rested for the first time in many years.
The range of problems that can be helped with Clinical Hypnotherapy is very wide, some are listed above under 'Problems treated' but it is not a full list so contact me by email now or call me on 0800 865 4971 (free).
A wee bit about me
I trained as a Clinical Hypnotherapist with the London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH), a very highly regarded, international training institution, being first awarded a Certificate then a Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy following practical and theoretical examinations. I then undertook advanced training and was awarded a Practitioner Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy. The LCCH training is comprehensive and highly respected and is also provided for doctors and dentists who can gain a diploma in medical hypnosis.
I am a full member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH) and a Clinical Supervisor offering support to less experienced hypnotherapists. As a member of the LCCH and BSCH I have access to a network of specialists in different areas of hypnotherapy from whom advice and guidance on the more unusual cases can be obtained. The BSCH maintains a register of members and provides a professional ethical framework under which its therapists operate. I have been a periodic contributor to BBC Radio Cumbria.