What a Hypnotherapist Can Do For You
With the help of a clinical hypnotherapist, you can overcome your fears or traumas, lose weight, quit smoking, and a host of other ailments. As an advanced trained hypnotherapist, Nicole Daniels uses the hypnosis process by having clients in a trance state with suggestions to:
- Achieve a goal in therapy
- Encourage helpful cognitive, emotional, or physical healing responses.
A trance is a natural biological state of inner absorption, concentration, and focused attention.
Suggestion is what leads to the most considerable effects in hypnosis. Suggestions can be direct or indirect. One theory is that suggestions work by altering our expectations of what is going to happen, and we then experience our expectations. Suggestibility is used extensively in the mental health and medical fields.
The rapport between Nicole and her clients greatly supports the process. However, not everyone experiences hypnosis the same, some have profound effects while others do not.
The Hypnotherapy Process
The hypnotherapy process entails the normal steps of therapy:
- Client presents their problem
- An assessment is conducted
- Intervention of hypnosis is used.
This form of psychotherapy uses relaxation, extreme concentration, and intense attention to achieve a heightened state of consciousness and mindfulness, along with regular talk therapy, resources, skill building, and psychoeducation to achieve the client's goals. Moreover, research indicates that hypnosis can be a superior form of treatment.
Positive Effects of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy
There are many studies to verify the positive effects of hypnosis and hypnotherapy. This process can encourage positive outcomes when working with:
- Relationship/Family/Work Conflicts
- Sleep Disorders
- Irritable Bowel
- Sexual Issues
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Grief and Loss of a Loved One
- Cessation of Smoking
- Weight Loss
- Self Motivation
- Self Confidence
Hypnotherapy can also help clients unmask the psychological root of a problem or symptom. Sometimes feelings or memories associated with an event or trauma tend to be in one’s subconscious memory; the individual doesn’t remember readily on a conscious level what they experienced. The subconscious mind is our protective mind. It protects us against danger real or imagined. Once there is no more danger, the feelings associated with the memories are less needed. We still want to protect against the trauma of the memory and extinguish or greatly minimize the feelings connected to that memory.
Contact Nicole Daniels today and find out if you are a good candidate for hypnotherapy.