Hypnotherapy can help in many ways and with a variety of issues, the key is that
a good practitioner should help you find the inner resources you need to deal with
the problem you come with. In other words to help you become ‘self-efficacious’ which
means to self-help. This guidance leads you
to rely on your own resources and skills that you have been taught and which you
naturally possess instead of becoming reliant upon the therapist.
I have helped people like you to realise that they have inside them what it takes
to be able to make a difference to their own lives. This realisation gives you the
freedom to live as you want to and as you deserve. This enables you to become reliant
upon yourself not others, thus empowering you.
From lack of self esteem to more complex issues like anorexia and bulimia and from
smoking cessation to sports and exam performance, hypnotherapy addresses things at
a deeper level. The mind is a complex arrangement of cognitive functions such as
ideas, emotions, thoughts, consciousness, thinking, memory and so on. It is these
areas of the mind that are worked with during hypnotherapy in order to help modify
the cognitive processes.