I’ve helped my clients break through the obstacles that seem to be holding them back in life by tapping into the subconscious mind, 88%-90% of our daily thinking.


Hypnotherapy is a way of solving personal problems by reaching a deeply relaxed state of mind called a trance.


  1. You’re given feel-good suggestions.

  2. You emerge from hypnosis.

  3. You’re given homework, (playwork) to help reinforce the therapy in between sessions.

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But what actually is Hypnosis?

  • A deep state of relaxation.

  • Hyperfocus and concentration.

  • Increased suggestibility.

Most of us go in and out of the trance state regularly. If you’ve ever zoned out on your daily commute, fell into a reverie while listening to music, or found yourself immersed in the world of a book or movie, you’ve been in the trance state.

The only difference between hypnosis and these everyday trance states is that, in hypnosis, someone induces the trance state to achieve something: healing, discovery, or stress relief, for example.


Briefly, here are the steps involved in a typical hypnotherapy session. However, bear in mind that a ‘typical’ session varies widely depending on both the hypnotherapist and the client.

  1. You get acquainted with your hypnotherapist.

  2. Your hypnotherapist gathers information about you (mainly completed in the initial session).

  3. Trance is induced.

  4. Trance is deepened.

  5. The actual therapy takes place.

  6. You’re given post-hypnotic suggestions.

  7. You’re given feel-good suggestions.

  8. You emerge from hypnosis.

  9. You’re given homework, (playwork) to help reinforce the therapy in between sessions.