How we use it
Although hypnosis is a process which has been used since Egyptian times, its precise nature is still largely unknown.
Hypnosis may be used to modify unwanted behaviour patterns like smoking, alcohol dependence or phobias. It can also help to increase or amplify required behaviour, for example confidence, calmness and relaxation.
A hypnotist uses hypnosis to treat the symptoms of unwanted behaviour.
Often, the treatment can be continued at home with the aid of a special recording of your treatment session. This way you can repeat the progressive instructions from your treatment to achieve the results you want even faster.
A hypnotherapist uses hypnosis as a tool to examine the actual causes of the behaviour pattern and rectify the imbalance. Thus hypnotherapy can be used in the treatment of psychiatric patients and in people with psychosomatic conditions in which emotional or psychological disturbances precipitate physical disorders.
A hypnotherapist uses hypnosis to treat the causes of unwanted behaviour. Once the cause is identified and dealt with, the behaviour changes.