The number of sessions required is contingent on the complexity of the presenting symptom as well as the individual’s circumstances and commitment to therapy. Certain symptom can be successfully treated in a single session while others require 5 or more sessions.
The majority of people who undergo hypnotherapy will emerge from the state of physical and mental relaxation when guided by the therapist. There may be rare occasions where the client chooses to remain in the hypnotic state because they either entered a particularly deep trance or it feels so good […]
The depth of trance depends entirely upon the individual’s willingness to let go and simply follow the therapist’s instructions. Some people are naturally able to enter a deeper hypnotic state (somnambulists), while others are capable of entering into deeper states because they have experienced trance in the past, practice yoga […]
Most people remember everything that went on while they were in hypnosis, but sometimes, if they went into a particularly deep state, they may forget what happened. Sometimes the therapist will suggest that the client forget what happened (with the client’s consent obtained prior to hypnosis), and they do. Other […]
Yes, Clinical Hypnotherapy is certainly safe. In fact, through the years, there has been absolutely no evidence to even suggest that Clinical Hypnotherapy or hypnosis causes any physical, emotional, or psychological damage of any kind. Instead, since relaxation is the primary focus, they actually help to relieve stress, tension and […]