A client came in today very worried about hypnotherapy so I asked why. It turned out that she had Googled “side effects of hypnosis”. Oh dear what a collection of stuff can happen if someone unqualified works with you. This is why you need to make sure you are seeing a fully trained hypnotherapist not just someone who has done a 3 or 4 day quit smoking course, or an introductory NLP course.
There is a very big difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy. The therapy means I know something about
how the mind and body work together to heal you and/or solve problems plus I have a degree in medical science. I used to teach medical students at the University of NSW School of Physiology and I was involved in neurophysiology research.
I have also got diplomas in hypnotherapy and NLP (neuro linguistic programming) and am a Master Practitioner of NLP. I do NOT take people back in trance along timelines because this can be dangerous and create false memories.
I am also trained as a specialist trauma hypnotherapist so I am able to very safely help people with stress, anxiety, depression and PTSD to recover and return to calm in an surprisingly short time – usually less than a month.
Because obesity, autoimmune disease and even cancer are often closely linked to trauma and stress in a person’s past, releasing the trauma helps them to recover from these conditions. I do help people with these conditions.
I have always supposed that people who came to me feeling nervous were thinking about stage hypnosis and afraid of turning into a chicken, but I can see the fears can be deeper… but relax… this is not a problem here.
For safe and effective hypnotherapy come and see me, and send your friends here.