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Hypnotherapy is often seen as the last resort when in a lot of cases it should be the first port of call.

Below is an interesting article from an American online site.

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Hypnosis or hypnotherapy seems to be one of the last things people consider when they want to change their thoughts or patterns, but it works! Because the subconscious mind is programmable, most people can be hypnotised.

What is the difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy?
Basically, who is providing the service. Hypnotherapy is provided by clinicians, whereas hypnosis is offered by a non-clinician. Both are effective if provided by a qualified expert that you trust. There has to be a bond of confidence between the practitioner and the client.

Thoughts form our belief system and also align our behaviour.
If you feel like you need to change your behavior or gain more courage—be sure to check out a qualified hypnotist or hypnotherapist in your area. The service can even be done over the phone.

I sought hypnosis to heal many of my negative childhood experiences. I was able to regress back to being a child and able to discuss my concerns with those who had harmed and bullied me.

My hypnosis sessions were powerful and healing.
Be patient and kind to yourself if you are checking out modalities to manage your stress levels or if you are looking for personal growth transformation. Your job can be very stressful and especially when incivility is the culture in your workplace.

Hypnosis is like a guided meditation according to an article on WebMD.com. It has many prevailing benefits that help you gain clarity, confidence, a sense of safety, overcome phobias, fears, anxiety, depression, stress, PTSD, and grief.

How does hypnosis work?
A hypnotist or hypnotherapist will help the client get into a restful state of relaxation known as a trance.
It’s important for the client to provide details of what they want to achieve before they are hypnotized. The session should always be centred on the client. The remarkable thing is that people are often in a “trance” without even knowing it.

For example, if you are driving on a long trip, you may slip into a peaceful, relaxed state, but if your vehicle begins to swerve, you become very hypervigilant for safety’s sake.

Full article on-line at The Good Men Project