Whilst many in the mental health sector spend a great deal of effort categorising different types of problem, I don’t find it useful. Labels like ‘Depression’, ‘Generalised Anxiety Disorder’ or ‘PTSD’ only help to solidify the problem by having the client believe their identity includes this think called ‘Depression’. It’s not helpful when considering which intervention to use. Whether you’ve had a formal diagnosis or not, whether you know exactly what’s bothering you or you ‘just don’t feel right’ – I’m happy to discuss the issue with you.
Hypnosis is most often used for changing habitual behaviours and ways of thinking – those things we have little direct control over. The following issues are the most common:
Greif / Loss
Drugs & Alcohol
Hypnosis is also commonly used to increase confidence, enthusiasm and a number of other positive traits.
Here are more details of treatments: