What is hypnotherapy:
Hypnotherapy is a method of returning to the root cause of certain things that our subconscious has stored.
Our subconscious stores everything from our birth to age 12.
It stores all patterns, emotions, and beliefs.
This can cause blockages, traumas, fears, and beliefs that can affect our quality of life.
Indications & issues:
- Traumatic experiences (as a baby, child, adolescent, adult)
- Negative relationship patterns and beliefs
- Fears and phobias
- Negative emotional and relational patterns
- Lack of self-esteem or self-love
- Habits and addictions
Before the session:
Before the date of your session, you will receive an email with all the information you need to best prepare for the session.
During this portion of the session, we will go over the consent form and general medical questions and then go into more detail about what you would like to address in the session.
Time is allotted to explain what you can expect during the hypnosis portion, and we have time to answer any questions.
This portion lasts approximately 30 minutes.
2. Hypnosis portion:
Hypnotherapy is solution-oriented. The session is an active collaboration where there is a constant dialogue between the hypnotherapist and the client. The following techniques are integrated during hypnotherapy:
- Inner Child Work
- Shadow Work
- Gestalt Therapy
- Forgiveness therapy
- EFT (a scientifically proven therapy for mind and body where we work on anxiety disorders, traumas and more by working on the Meridian ends)
- Omega therapy
The third and final part of the session consists of a short debrief.
It is intentionally short because you are still processing, so while we go over the main points, we do not go into the details of the session.
This can take up to 15-30 minutes.
After the Session:
After the session, it is highly recommended that you eat and drink something immediately, and if possible, make no immediate plans (within 30 minutes-1 hour) immediately after the session. Since you don’t know how you will feel, you can take space and time to process as needed for you. Again, there is no way to predict how you will experience a session.
After the session, clients generally report feeling a little tired, but also that they feel positive, lighter, liberated, and more relaxed than they did before the session as if they have let go of “weight” they were carrying.
What to expect in hypnosis:
During the hypnosis portion of the session, you can expect to feel very relaxed and relaxed.
You will not be unconscious or asleep during the session – being conscious and aware during the hypnosis portion is necessary to overcome the issue you want to work on and gain understanding and insight. While you will be able to access memories in your subconscious and share them with me, at the same time, you will also be aware of everything that is going on around you in the room all the time and communicate fully and openly with me. The main difference between the preliminary conversation and the actual hypnosis portion of the session is a deeper sense of relaxation in your body and a shift to a slower, calmer dialogue.
You will also be able to recall your experience – the experience is similar to recalling a dream from the night before, but with more clarity and insight.
During the session, you may sometimes feel that you are not in hypnosis. Although passive, this is normal because your conscious mind will be awake and aware. However, even though you feel conscious and aware, your body will undoubtedly perform movements while you are in hypnosis that is beyond our conscious control. I will continually pay attention to these movements and signals during the session and take the necessary steps to achieve success during the session.
Myths about Hypnotherapy
During hypnosis, I don’t realize what I am doing
It only seems that way when you see a hypnosis show, but in holistic healing hypnosis, no one will do anything they don’t want to. You are ALWAYS in complete control of yourself We remain in constant dialogue throughout the session.
During hypnosis, you are asleep or unconscious
A person in hypnosis may indeed appear to be asleep because it is more comfortable to close their eyes, but you remain awake! In hypnosis, you are in full consciousness during the session, just as when you are daydreaming (which, by the way, is similar to hypnosis). You also remember everything afterward. You also can’t “get stuck” in hypnosis
What’s included :
- 1 X 3-hour hypnotherapy session
- A follow up 2 days and 10 after the session