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Are you looking for a genuine and lasting resolution of an issue you have been struggling with?
Perhaps this issue relates to behavioural, habitual or emotional change or the alleviation of physical symptoms and conditions.
Clinical hypnotherapy may be the solution to help you. Clinical hypnotherapy is a process which can help us make positive and long-term changes in our lives in a broad range of areas.
Focus Hypnotherapy is a qualified clinical hypnotherapy centre located in Hawthorne, Brisbane. Since practicing as a hypnotherapist myself, I always feel honoured and excited at the opportunity to work with people and share their journey of change.
Clinical hypnotherapy works by interrupting old patterns of behaviour and limiting beliefs and replacing them with new beliefs and patterns. This ultimately helps with habitual, behavioural and emotional change. Clinical hypnotherapy also provides the unique opportunity to access the body’s biological processes not normally accessible through normal consciousness. Thus it can influence physical symptoms and conditions.
I am a member of the Australian Association of Hypnotherapists. Members of the association need to meet certain standards and be able to prove to the board their knowledge and training as hypnotherapists.
My personal style of therapy is empathic, nonjudgmental and person-focused.
And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.
The real significance of therapy during hypnosis is that healing and emotional change are experienced while in the hypnotic state. This is when the mind is most open and receptive to suggestions like the ones received during ‘quit smoking hypnosis’ or ‘weight loss hypnosis’.
The altered state induced by a hypnotherapist during clinical hypnotherapy is a naturally occurring altered state of consciousness. We have all experienced a trance-like state many times, although we might not have called it hypnosis. If you have ever been caught daydreaming and being oblivious to the things around you, you have been in a hypnotic state.