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Hypnotherapy

Discover your powerful mind

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Change unhelpful habits

Habits are involuntary behaviors controlled by the subconscious mind.  Studies by neurobiologists, cognitive psychologists, and others indicate that from 40 to 95 percent of human behavior—how we think, what we say, and our overall actions—falls into the habit category. Many are helpful, but some are unhelpful. Hypnosis can help shift unhelpful habits such as:

Smoking, snacking, over-eating, procrastinating, getting distracted, irregular sleep schedule, excessive social media time, nail biting, nose picking, hair pulling - the list is long...

Reframe self-beliefs that
don't serve you

Our mind is programmed to make sense of the information it receives and creates stories about situations, others, ourselves. And then, our mind looks to confirm these stories and they form beliefs. Just like habits, some of the beliefs are unhelpful, they don't serve us.

Hypnosis can help reframe self-beliefs such as:

not feeling good enough or worthy, not feeling smart or knowledgeable enough, not feeling thin or young enough, not feeling lovable, and so on...

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Conquer fears, anxiety &
Relieve chronic, useless pain

Many fears, or phobias, develop as a result of having a negative experience related to a specific object or situation. The unconscious mind is trying to keep us safe and responds to a specific trigger with a protective mechanism - this could be fear, or a sensation of pain.

Hypnosis can help reprogram an unhelpful protective mechanism:

fear of objects or animals, situational anxieties, even stress. The same applies to a pain we might feel that the body holds on to for protection rather than a real physical ailment...

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