Hypnosis is a tool that when used correctly can successfully fast-track an individual from where they are to where they want to be. Issues typically addressed with hypnotherapy include pain management, stress control, habit correction, health improvement, emotional blocks, concentration, phobias or any other issues that are important to the client.

It is based on a personal therapy that attacks and remedies the client's issues in a timely and cost-effective manner. The main objective is to alleviate/eliminate the client's problems/issues and to successfully prevent them from returning. In part, teaching and training each client to hypnotise themselves (self-hypnosis). This concept of self-hypnosis is recognised worldwide. What this means is that whether it is the hypnotist or the client doing the induction, the effect is exactly the same. Once a client understands this, and the mechanics of self-hypnosis, they can successfully hypnotise themselves safely and correctly. This results in the client treating him or herself and progressing towards their desired behaviour.

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