In our everyday life, we are exposed to various situations of stress, anxiety, addictive behaviors, sleep disorders, as well as physical and chronic pain. I'm sure you can relate to this. How often have you tried to solve these issues on your own?
Many of these challenges originate in the subconscious mind. And this is precisely where I come in to help: to enable you to live, act, and make decisions consciously again. Through this new access to your subconscious mind, you can now take a closer look at the underlying causes of your concerns. You can reevaluate them and, by adopting a different perspective, experience your concerns from a more positive point of view.
Even though the steps might sometimes be small, they make the difference between an average and an extraordinary life. More and more people are already using hypnosis to achieve a safe, fast, and lasting resolution of their problems and discomforts.
All you need for your transformation is yourself and your will to do so.
What is hypnosis?
Hypnosis in therapy is a state of relaxation and concentration. You direct your complete attention to the topic being addressed. It is a fantastic and highly efficient tool to communicate with and work on the subconscious mind, facilitating your path to change.
Prerequisites for hypnosis
The essential prerequisites for successful hypnosis are willingness, belief, and trust. When these are present, almost everyone can be hypnotized. Exceptions are individuals who are mentally underdeveloped, have brain injuries, are under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or take strong medications affecting their state of wakefulness.
What does hypnosis feel like?
Hypnosis can feel like a state of relaxation or trance, but it can also be an intense state of excitement. It is a state of focused concentration and an altered state of consciousness in which the subconscious mind becomes more receptive. It is a state we are all familiar with when, for example, we become absorbed in an exciting book, watch a captivating movie, engage in long drives, or daydream.
What topics can we address in hypnotherapy?
Hypnose can assist with everything that is influenced by the subconscious mind. Hypnosis is effective for psychological issues and physical discomforts, including: Weight loss ADHD Obesity Aggression problems Allergies Anxiety Anorexia Asthma Performance preparation Relationship problems Borderline personality disorder Burnout Depression Drug addiction Dyslexia Eating disorders Friedrich's ataxia Memory problems Skin issues Stroke High sensitivity Inner dissatisfaction Concentration Cancer Lactose intolerance Learning difficulties Migraine Bullying Multiple sclerosis Nasal polyps Nail biting Nervousness
Process and what you can expect from me:
Initial introduction and getting to know each other
Preliminary discussion and explanation of your concerns
Anamnesis and defining your goals and expectations
Explanation of hypnosis, neurological and physiological basics
Addressing any remaining questions, you may have about hypnosis
Hypnotherapy and hypnoanalysis - Depending on the individual and their history, this may occur during the second hypnosis session
Individual resolution of the hypnosis
Post-treatment discussion, reviewing reinforcement tasks, and discussing further steps
Hypnotherapy is not intended to compete with or replace primary therapies such as psychotherapy or conventional medicine, but rather to complement them. If you have any pathologies, please seek psychotherapeutic or medical care and discuss with your primary therapist whether complementary hypnotherapy can facilitate or supplement the process.