Clinical Hypnotherapy uses hypnotic techniques to bring about beneficial behavioral, emotional, or attitudinal changes.
Utilizing states of deep relaxation, the therapist assists in uncovering and exploring memories, emotions, past events, and maladaptive thought or behavioral patterns which may in certain ways negatively affect a person’s current state of mind, behavior, or emotion. The therapist consequently helps activate the client’s inner resources in order to achieve the desired goals.
Clinical Hypnotherapy is used to treat numerous medical and psychological problems. Hypnotic techniques are useful to stop smoking, overcome alcohol and substance abuse, treating stress, sleep disorders and mental health problems such as anxiety, fear, phobias and depression.