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Hypnotherapy And Your Mind

Your unconscious mind is like a hidden reservoir of thoughts, memories, beliefs and emotions that operate beneath your conscious awareness and is responsible for over 90% of the way you think, feel and behave. It aims to protect and guide you based on its interpretation of past experiences and will do what it believes is in your best interests, even if that results in forming negative beliefs about yourself, which can then hold you back from living the life you desire.


Hypnotherapy has its ancient roots in practises involving altered states for healing. Formal development began in the 18th century with Franz Mesmer’s ‘animal magnetism’, a form of energy work. The term ‘hypnosis’ was coined by James Braid in the 19th century who shifted perception of the practice from mysticism to psychology. In the mid-20th century, the work of Milton H. Erickson greatly influenced the modern practice of hypnotherapy. Today it is a recognised and widely-used therapeutic approach bringing relief and healing to those experiencing mental emotional and physical suffering.


Hypnosis is a natural state, much like a deep relaxation, during which your nervous system is relaxed, your focus is heightened and your unconscious mind can open up. This allows you access to thoughts, feelings and memories that may have been repressed or which have affected you in ways you were unaware of. In this state you become more suggestible, making it easier for you to take on positive suggestions for change. You cannot get ‘stuck’ in hypnosis, nor do you relinquish control at any time. It is a safe and natural form of therapy. 

The RTT® Process

Rapid Transformational Therapy® utilises hypnosis along with therapeutic techniques including elements of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Psychotherapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and inner-child healing to work with your unconscious and gain insight into the root cause of your issue by investigating how past events and experiences have led you to form certain beliefs and habits. Understanding the significance and meanings attached to those experiences can give you the power to shift and release them, freeing you from your emotional limitations and creating lasting, powerful change. 


Working Online


Most sessions are carried out online where you can undergo therapy in the comfort of your own surroundings, which is conducive to being able to relax deeply.  All you need is a quiet, comfortable place where you won't be disturbed for the duration of the session and a strong internet connection with a camera and microphone. Zoom will be the platform used for all sessions.

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