What Is Clinical Hypnotherapy

Clinical hypnotherapy is the inducing of a deep state of relaxation, in which the body becomes so deeply relaxed it is even possible to carry out surgery on a person without them feeling any sensation of pain. It is increasingly being employed in mainstream medicine.

Clinical hypnotherapy slows the vibration of the conscious mind to the same level as the subconscious mind. In this state it is possible for a person to discover the subconscious root of physical and psychological problems; reframe unwanted habits and effect behavioural change. It is a state of heightened, focused attention that everybody can facilitate naturally and easily.

Clinical hypnotherapy also promotes self-healing within the body.  Even physiology textbooks state that the human body is self-healing, but only when it is in a deeply relaxed state. It can kill cancer cells, fight off bacterial agents, eliminate viruses and slow down, or some would claim, even reverse the aging process. Clinical hypnotherapy facilitates the deeply-relaxed state required for the body to heal itself.

Clinical hypnotherapy is known as the ‘original brief therapy’ because it works far more quickly than many other methods. A comparative study cited by both the ‘American Hypnosis Clinic’ and the ‘American Health Magazine’ found the following:

Clinical Hypnotherapy: 93% recovery after 6 sessions

Behaviour Therapy: 72% recovery after 22 sessions

Psychoanalysis: 38% recovery after 600 sessions

There are numerous misconceptions about hypnosis but even among many in the medical community, it is acknowledged as an amazingly powerful tool for change, buried within each and every one of us. Every single person is hypnotisable if they choose to be. It is an innate human skill.

While in hypnosis, by harnessing the power of the subconscious mind, it is possible for a person to:

Clinical hypnotherapy is a confidential procedure, in which the client does not even need to share the enlightenment he or she receives from their subconscious mind during sessions, with the hypnotherapist. The hypnotherapist is simply the guide to help the client get the most out of each deep relaxation session.

At The Beat Retreat we know people lead very busy lives, and often don’t have the time to schedule therapy visits, or the means to pay expensive hourly fees. We also know that a sense of community is key to being able to alter entrenched habits and behaviours. So The Beat Retreat  offers cost-effective, online, weekly group hypnotherapy courses which people can join from anywhere in the world, via video conferencing, at a time to suit them. Please click here for details.


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