Hypnotherapy is a wonderful tool to help people improve their lives
There are general misunderstanding between the role of a hypnotherapist and the stage hypnotist.
A Stage Hypnotist uses the process of hypnosis for entertainment purposes.
A Hypnotherapist uses hypnosis as a means to provide therapy. The purpose of therapy is to provide a positive outcome to a situation that the client feels need improvement When you see a qualified hypnotherapist you can rest assured you will not cluck like a chook or behave like any other farm yard animals.
Hypnotherapy is serious business that can achieve seriously powerful and beneficial outcomes very quickly.
The process involves addressing complex underlying issues whilst deeply relaxed. The client is in total control at all times and the role of the therapist is to guide the client to achieve the outcomes they desire.
There are two (2) main forms of hypnotherapy
* 1.) Suggestion therapy – this involves encouraging the client to adopt a new belief system. This approach is commonly used for quitting smoking and weight loss issues.
* 2.) The other forms encourage the client to let go of old, unhelpful belief systems. These are invariably the cause of the clients perceived problem areas. This can even include relationships with other people. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis and will not be successful unless the client feels comfortable, relaxed and safe. Therefore, trust between the client and therapist is paramount.