Hypnotherapy near Newark
Hypnotherapy near Worksop
Hypnotherapy near Bingham
Hypnotherapy near Louth
Hypnotherapy is the use of an altered state of awareness for therapeutic treatment. This natural altered state feels like a very pleasant state of relaxation or a calmer state of focus. The state of Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state that we go in and out of several times a day. Hypnotherapy enables the conscious, rational, analytical mind to be bypassed, making the subconscious part, the major part which influences emotional, mental and physical functions, to be very receptive to therapy and change.
The subconscious mind is open to accept positive suggestions which are goal orientated to improving many areas of your life. It is also here, in the subconscious mind where the origins of the deep rooted issues can be uncovered and resolved.
There are so many misconceptions about hypnosis, most of this knowledge is misunderstanding about clinical hypnotherapy. Clinical hypnotherapy is not stage hypnosis, you are not surrendering your will. In fact you have been in a hypnotic state thousands of times, you never thought about it because it is such a natural state of mind, know as daydreaming, or a trance state.
A good example of this is driving somewhere and not being able to remember any details of the journey, as if you drove on autopilot. Your subconscious / unconscious mind took over
NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)
NLP is based on the belief that all behaviour has a structure and that this behaviour can be modelled, learned and changed. Using NLP we can step into your view of the world to discover patterns of thought, beliefs, values and help you change those patterns, set goals, build motivation and change your life for the better. It is about reprogramming your mind and being aware of how it works so that it is always working for you and not against you. NLP can be carried out in a conscious state and is a quick and efficient therapy.
NLP also includes a very powerful technique, known as VK (Visual Kinaesthetic) Dissociation Technique, also known as Fast Phobia Cure or Rewind Technique which helps people to put traumatic incidents behind them and aids in Trauma Resolution
BLAST Technique, an Amigdala Desensitising Technique (ADT)
BLAST was created and developed by Nick Davies to be more precise and work faster and more effectively with PTSD and Trauma than EMDR. It is now being used successfully around the world
Neuroscience research shows that structures the right side/hemisphere of the brain are overactive and acting as if there is an immediate threat to sufferers of PTSD and Trauma. The BLAST Technique utilises precise bi-lateral movements with a light pen (which helps the memory access the left side /hemisphere of the brain) and specific suggestions to the client which helps reprocess the traumatic event so they understand what happened and can remember , but it no longer hasty physical or emotional response.
Hypnotherapy Hypnotherapy Hypnotherapy newark newark newark worksop worksop worksop louth louth louth bingham bingham bingham bingham
Eye Movement Therapies
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing)
EMDR is a powerful healing method for adults, young people and children. It helps relieve many troublesome symptoms resulting from TRAUMA. It is recognised by NICE (National Institution for Clinical Excellence) as a proven technique/therapy for PTSD It can also be applied to other problems including general anxiety, phobias and depression.
Evidence suggests that for many clients EMDR can significantly shorten the length of treatment and enhance results far beyond the scope of being involved in talking therapy alone. The reason for this is that emotional wounds are located in a more primitive part of the brain that are not accessible to language. It is a totally safe and confidential way to track whatever comes to the surface until the negative aspects are neutralized. You are also provided with resources that will leave you feeling in control and more empowered to move forward.
IEMT (Integral Eye Movement Therapy)
IEMT is a rapid change therapy also involving different eye movements. We naturally use our eyes to access our memories. IEMT explores "How did we learn to feel the way we feel?" and paves the way for us to create positive emotional change. It allows you to update past experiences, allowing you to desensitise emotions and release any baggage associated with events so you are no longer affected
EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)
EFT is a fast and effective gentle and non-evasive technique that can release negative emotions and bring about permanent release from many physical and emotional problems. It is like acupuncture without the needles.
The basis of EFT is that the cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body's energy system. In practice it involves tapping on the energy meridian points whilst tuning into the specific issue. This balances the body's energy system, removing any disturbances in the energy flow. It can be used for many issues and like NLP is carried out without hypnosis. EFT can also be used effectively to help with Fears, Anxiety and PTSD
Life coaching involves working with you to support personal growth, behavioural modification and goal setting and incorporates using Powerful NLP and psychological techniques. It is based on the premise that most people can achieve their goals if properly guided.
The life coach often acts as a mentor, assisting you in the process of taking life-enhancing actions necessary to take control of your desired future. Through a series of achievable steps, you are helped to overcome fears and achieve balance in your life.
Mindfulness means learning to maintain a moment-by-moment non-judgemental awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment. When we practice mindfulness, our thoughts tune into what we’re sensing in the present moment rather than going over the past or imagining the future.
Over time, mindfulness brings about long-term changes in mood and levels of happiness and wellbeing. Scientific studies have shown that mindfulness not only prevents depression, but that it also positively affects the brain patterns underlying day-to-day anxiety, stress, depression and irritability so that when they arise, they dissolve away again more easily.