- Clinical Hypnotherapy
This technique does not involve being put into a deep sleep! You cannot be made to do anything that you would not ordinarily do!
Hypnosis itself is simply a state of deep relaxation. You remain fully aware of your surroundings and situation and of the therapist’s voice. During this relaxed state, the subconscious part of your brain, that is
the part that is the most instinctive force, becomes alert and awake and open to new suggestions. The therapist then uses this opportunity to help you make changes in your thinking so that you can address and
deal with any issues that you wish to work on.
CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
Cognitive: this refers to the way we think about things
Behavioural: refers to the ways these thoughts can affect the way we react to situations
Therapy : working on practical change by teaching you how to change how you think and therefore carry out new ways of behaving
CBT aims to treat problems by using a ‘here and now’ approach. This means focusing on the problems you have now and how you can change them.