Hypnotherapy is a results-focused form of treatment that does not involve the emotional pain, time and expense of some other forms of Psychotherapies. By dealing directly with the subconscious mind, Hypnotherapy by-passes many of the obstacles and barriers the conscious mind creates.Hypnotherapy is able to fast track the process of “real change” and does so by first isolating the core problem. Long-term change is then facilitated through use of trance state, anchors and other Clinical techniques. The results of treatment using Hypnotherapy can take effect immediately. Clients often experience profound change over the course of several treatments and are equipped with tools such as Self-Hypnosis that they can utilise and access for the rest of their lives. For the client, the experience is painless, relaxing and enjoyable.Clinical Hypnotherapy is now recognised worldwide as an accepted and effective form of Therapeutic Treatment and is fast becoming the preferred choice of treatment for people with busy lifestyles.
Will Hypnosis work?
At Transform our unique hypnosis techniques makes achieving your goals possible our guarantee is that you will leave feeling informed, inspired & confident that you have the nesseccary skills, ability & knowledge to overcome your problem.Instead of feeling deprived or that you are making hefty sacrifice you will feel a huge sense of relief and elation that you can overcome your problems on your own terms. You will become a person capable of moving forward using your own inner self to adapt, improvise & overwhelm your problem state.
As registered Clinical Hypnotherapists we pride ourselves in practicing modern NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programing) combined with traditional hypnotherapy to achieve more lasting results and otherwise improve the lives of our clientsHypnosis is as old as mankind, old myths & misconceptions such as clucking like a chicken or forgetting your own name have been perpetuated by our stage hypnosis cousins.We at Transform Clinical Hypnotherapy practice only proven & beneficial applications of hypnotherapy as seen in a variety of medical fields such as dentistry, pain management clinics & psychiatry.
Will Hypnosis work for me?
Generally speaking most normal people are hypnotizable, that is people who do not suffer from on-going diagnosed mental health issues. The underlying foundation of hypnosis is based on the premise of congruency that is you can’t be hypnotized to do something you don’t want to do!
What is it like to be hypnotised?
We are going in & out of trance states all the time, such an example is being engrossed in a good movie, or driving to the shops & not remembering the journey. Most people cannot tell the difference between being hypnotized & waking states. Some people feel relaxed and serene other people feel euphoric & elated; one thing that our clients do notice is an inexplicable change in their outlook to life.
1st Level: Light Trance – your body is relaxed, and your hearing can become more acute to the sounds around you.
2nd Level: Medium trance – your body is even more relaxed, you are aware of external sounds but are becoming more focused on internal thoughts and feelings.
3rd Level: Deep Trance – this is the most profound level of relaxation where you can hear but just can’t be bothered responding to normal external influences as you focus your attention on your internal reality.
4th Level: Waking Hypnosis – NLP (Neuro linguistic programing) this is what the advertising agencies use all the time to get us to buy there products.
We find clients usually choose the deepest level of relaxation and enjoy the experience more & more with each session.
Is Hypnosis Safe?
Hypnosis is completely safe, you are aware & in control at all times and can terminate the session at any time if you feel the therapy uncomfortable.Hypnosis is not a form of sleep nor can you become stuck in a state of trance, you cannot be made to do something against your will.Clinical Hypnotherapy is a safe, relaxing & enjoyable experience.
Professional Members of the Australian Hypnotherapist Association