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How Hypnotherapy in Brighton Can Be Beneficial

By March 18, 2020 No Comments

Hypnosis at The Conway PracticeFor those who know little about the benefits of hypnotherapy and how it is applied, it may be surprising to find that this can be a very effective therapeutic process for a wide variety of personal issues.* Hypnotherapy in Brighton at the Conway Practice provides help to overcome phobias, manage stress and achieve positive change.* If there are areas of your life where you feel you’re underachieving or there are emotionally related hurdles to overcome, during sessions in hypnosis with Jonathan Conway, the origin of any negative thoughts or behaviour which are adversely affecting your professional or personal life, will be identified and addressed*

You may be concerned about how you will feel while you are undergoing hypnotherapy and whether you will remain in control. In fact, hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness similar to a pleasant day-dream and the therapeutic intervention initiates both physical and mental relaxation. Habitual behaviour may well been established over a number of years, proving difficult to break. This includes the hand-to-mouth habits of compulsive eating or smoking, both of which are automatic responses to subconscious prompts. During hypnosis, Jonathan will invite you to identify and trace the roots of any tension or negativity and to introduce new coping mechanisms.* An attempt to reduce anxiety is often responsible for a reliance on alcohol or an addiction to harmful substances such as nicotine. Hypnotherapy provides a safe environment where any stress can be managed, enabling you to overcome behavioural issues which have been limiting enjoyment and achievement of ambitions.*

Phobic reactions are frequently deeply rooted in the subconscious, with little or no conscious awareness of the origin. Phobias can be established following a traumatic incident, with the association that in a similar environment this will reoccur. These fears can be influenced by parents during early childhood, or by graphic media reports in the case of a fear of flying. Hypnosis can reveal a combination of phobias related to travel stress, including a fear of enclosed spaces (claustrophobia), social anxiety, or a sense of panic when you are away from a place that represents safety.

While the mind is relaxed and more open to positive suggestion, it’s possible to desensitise and re-programme negative thought patterns.* Hypnotherapy can enable you to eliminate any behaviour which has been self-sabotaging and to introduce positive visualisation and relaxation techniques, ensuring you are on the right track to achieve positive change.*

To make an appointment call Jonathan today on 07956 855 027

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