Losing someone we love is one of the most difficult, and painful, experiences we will ever endure. The void it leaves behind can seem impossible to fill. Everyone processes and deals with grief differently. Some people can experience crippling guilt; others an almost uncontrollable anger. Others may enter a state of denial. Whatever the emotions grief provokes, moving forward can be very, very difficult.
Clinical hypnotherapy can help a person process their grief; working through matters left undone, and even have those conversations with departed loved ones which they didn’t get to have.
Bottled-up grief can be extremely damaging to a person’s mental health. It is essential that a person who is in the depths of grief have the opportunity to understand their reaction, and appreciate the life they still have to live.
Clinical hypnotherapy is a gentle, positive therapy which harnesses the power of the mind to change thought patterns from grief-stricken sadness and anger, to love and acceptance of the cycle of life, which can go a long way towards helping with bereavement.
Clinical hypnotherapy can also provide positive suggestions to help a grieving person cope with anxiety, insomnia and depression, and other symptoms of grieving.
If you have lost someone and are finding it difficult to contemplate a future without them, contact me to see how clinical hypnotherapy might be able to help you.