Do you need help changing some of the negative patterns that are holding you back in your life? Is there something that you constantly try to fight against inside yourself, but can never seem to change? It can be a complex truth that sometimes, even if somebody tries really hard to change, it’s hard for that change to be consciously controlled.
- Do you suffer from stress and anxiety?
- Need more energy and better quality sleep?
- Would you like to quit smoking?
- Do you need help losing weight?
- Maybe you need more motivation?
- Assistance with pain relief?
- Stop those intrusive thoughts or panic attacks.
- Or just to enhance your overall performance?
We can help you with all of that and even teach you self-hypnosis so you have a skill to last you the rest of your life. Hypnotherapy seeks to work with you on a subconscious level so that you can work towards the goals you want in a way that is more in touch with your underlying thought processes.
Hypnotherapy is a powerful, yet often misunderstood practice which dates back centuries. It works by assisting clients to enter an altered state, called the ‘hypnoidal point’. In this state, the client’s brain is on the brink of sleep, but still comfortably aware. In this state, you can feel more comfortably connected with the subconscious mind, helping you work through issues within yourself on a deeper level.
Thus, the process we work through within the hypnoidal point can be utilised to promote positivity, healing and other positive changes in life. If searching for assistance is something you want, you can rely on Stressfree Management.
How does Hypnotherapy Sydney work?
The hypnoidal point you experience in this will still mean that you are conscious of what is going on around you. You are still aware of the practitioner talking to you, with the exception that those words are intended for your unconscious brain. In this state, the therapist seeks to work with the way you feel about certain things of your choosing. Negative suggestions within the mind are supplanted with positive ones that contribute more positively to your overall well-being. Because these positive thoughts are introduced, of course, you’re likely to emerge from the session feeling very refreshed and pleasant, meaning that most clients of our hypnotherapy, Sydney, find the experience to be rewarding and pleasant.
Does Hypnotherapy work?
A common misconception is that this is something that is done to you. It’s not. Hypnotherapy is something that is done with you. Because this process heavily involves you, it also means that it depends on you too.
This means that the session relies on the client being completely open and honest. During the session, talk with our Stressfree Management practitioners to tell them how you are feeling, including not only what is bothering you but also what results you are encountering. If this process is done more fully, then this will help the practitioner to know what further action can be taken to get the results you are looking for.
What is the difference between hypnotherapy and other psychological therapies?
Some key differences between hypnotherapy and other forms of psychological therapies:
- Hypnosis Application: Hypnosis is used as a central component of the therapeutic process in hypnotherapy. Hypnosis is a state of deep relaxation and heightened focus that allows people to more easily access their subconscious mind. Other psychological therapies may or may not use hypnosis as part of their primary therapeutic approach.
- Subconscious Mind Focus: Hypnotherapy seeks to access and influence the subconscious mind, which is thought to contain powerful and influential thoughts, memories, and beliefs. Hypnotherapy seeks to address underlying issues that may be causing psychological or emotional difficulties by accessing the subconscious. Other psychological therapies, on the other hand, may place a greater emphasis on conscious thoughts, behaviours, and cognitive processes.
- Altered State of Consciousness: Through hypnosis, hypnotherapy induces an altered state of consciousness in which individuals are highly relaxed and suggestible. This state enables the therapist to bypass critical thinking and directly engage with the subconscious mind. Other psychological therapies, on the other hand, do not typically induce such an altered state and instead rely on conscious awareness and analysis.
- Suggestion and Imagery: Suggestion and imagery techniques are frequently used in hypnotherapy to facilitate therapeutic change. To achieve desired changes in thoughts, behaviours, or emotions, the therapist may make positive suggestions or guide individuals through visualisation exercises. Other psychological therapies may employ different techniques to achieve therapeutic goals, such as cognitive restructuring, behavioural modification, or talk therapy.
- Rapid and Intense Intervention: Hypnotherapy is well-known for its ability to produce quick and powerful results. Because of its direct access to the subconscious mind and use of suggestion, hypnotherapy can sometimes achieve therapeutic outcomes faster than other therapies. However, depending on the individual circumstances and nature of the presenting issue, the effectiveness and duration of therapy can vary.
Is there medical proof for hypnotherapy in Sydney?
There have been many notable studies and published articles in medical journals that back the efficacy of Hypnotherapy. An article in the April 29, 2000 issue of The Lancet in America reported on the effects that this treatment had on ailments like pain, anxiety and blood pressure. Sydney patients have found success by turning to the experts at Stressfree Management for assistance in healing from the challenges of life. We can assist with smoking, losing weight, overcoming fears, anxiety, and more. To experience the healing power of hypnotherapy in Sydney, contact Stressfree Management at 0414680713 now.
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