Clinical Hypnosis

Clinical hypnosis, also known as hypnotherapy, is a therapeutic technique that uses guided relaxation, focused attention, and suggestion to induce states of heightened awareness and concentration in individuals. In this state, often called a hypnotic trance state, people become more open to suggestions and gain access to their subconscious. The purpose of hypnotherapy is to bypass conscious resistance and access the subconscious mind to facilitate positive changes in thoughts, actions and emotions. This is commonly used to address various issues such as Managing stress, overcoming phobias, relieving pain, breaking habits, and promoting personal development. The therapist guides the patient through relaxation techniques and makes suggestions that meet their desired goals.