How hypnotherapy works

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More and more people are realising their full potential by using hypnotherapy.”


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More and more people are realising their full potential by using hypnotherapy. Check out this short movie clip from Trevor Silvester, the founder of The Quest Institute:

Cognitive Hypnotherapy is a solution focused therapy that uses techniques from the most recent research on how the mind works to uncover, remove or change the unconscious ‘triggers’ that can cause negative behaviours or patterns of thought.

It includes ideas from Evolutionary Psychology, Cognitive Behavioural therapy and positive psychology and combined with Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) forms a powerful framework for discovering the underlying connection between emotion and behaviour so that it can be positively restructured in the shortest possible time.

Cognitive Hypnotherapy makes use of a relaxed, light trance state, just as you might experience when daydreaming. In this state the unconscious part of the mind is more receptive to positive suggestion and creative thought. You can only enter into a hypnotic trance voluntarily; the hypnotherapist is simply a guide and does not have any ‘power’ over you. You retain control at all times.

Each session is tailored specifically for you enabling effective change to take place in the shortest time possible.

If you would like to discover how Cognitive Hypnotherapy can help you, do contact us we are always happy to discuss it further.


What is Cognitive Hypnotherapy?

Cognitive Hypnotherapy is an approach that uses the most recent research on how the mind works to uncover, remove or change the unconscious ‘triggers’ that can cause negative behaviours or patterns. Hypnosis can assist in discovering the underlying connection between emotion and behaviour and transform it so that the problem disappears.

The most common concern people have when considering hypnosis is the fear of losing control. This cannot happen. You can only enter into a hypnotic trance voluntarily; the hypnotherapist is simply a guide and does not have any ‘power’ over you. You retain control at all times.

How does it work?

We believe that everyone is different, and everyone experiences life in different and unique ways. In light of this, we will design and plan bespoke sessions for you. We may use a variety of techniques and modern methods in order to achieve the desired results. Cognitive Hypnotherapy uses a unique combination of light trance and effective techniques from a range of disciplines including positive psychology, cognitive behavioural therapy and neuro linguistic programming.

During your initial appointment, which usually lasts at between 60 -90 minutes, your therapist will ask detailed questions about your reasons for visiting, including relevant details from your medical history, diet, lifestyle habits, likes and dislikes. Before visiting a therapist, you should make sure that they are properly trained, qualified, insured and registered with a professional body. We are fully insured and licensed to practice hypnotherapy. Having trained at the Quest Institute, all work is undertaken to the standards and ethics required by the National Council for Hypnotherapy.

Who uses it?

Cognitive Hypnotherapy has been increasingly popular in recent years and there is a growing evidence base to support it.

At Sunray Cognitive Hypnotherapy, we strongly advocate an integrated approach to healthcare, with conventional and complementary medicine working alongside each other to provide the best result for our clients. Many people find that complementary healthcare helps support their emotional well-being when used in parallel with conventional medicine.

How can it help you?

Probably everybody could benefit from Cognitive Hypnotherapy – but most people don’t need much. Our approach is geared to helping people get the results they want, usually in less time than they might expect. Cognitive Hypnotherapy can help with a wide range of issues, from things that are not usually associated with hypnotherapy, to those which are. Essentially, if you think your mind is a factor in your problem, then it can probably help you.