Integrative Hypnotherapy

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis is a state of mind, enhanced by mental and physical relaxation, which enables the subconscious mind to communicate with the conscious mind. Being in this relaxed state is very similar to when you are daydreaming or meditating. In relation to hypnotherapy, this is commonly referred to as being in trance. This is usually a very relaxing and calming experience, during which you remain in complete control and are still aware of what is going on around you. During Integrative Hypnotherapy the therapist uses an integrated approach, comprising hypnotherapy, counselling, relaxation techniques and coaching.

Who can benefit from Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis by a trained therapist for encouraging beneficial change. Using hypnotherapy with a range of other effective techniques enables you to explore new ways of thinking and develop more positive and beneficial thought patterns and behaviour. hypnotherapy is effective for both psychological and physical issues, including:

  •  Addictions
  •  Anger Management
  •  Anxiety and panic attacks
  •  Becoming a Non Smoker
  •  Confidence/Motivation/Self Esteem
  •  Eating Disorders
  •  Grief and Loss
  •  Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  •  Pain Control
  •  Phobias
  •  Public speaking
  •  Sports / Work Performance
  •  Stress Management
  •  Insomnia
  •  Weight Loss

Louise Price, Hypnotherapist offers a free 30 minute consultation   or a reduced price one hour first session of £25 to find out if hypnotherapy is right for you

Louise Price

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I have been a practising hypnotherapist for nearly 5 years. For 10 years, I practiced as a nurse and for 17 years I worked in management roles for a national patient safety charity, managing, developing, and delivering advisory and support services for people affected by patient safety incidents. I am  an experienced facilitator, having developed and delivered workshops, training programmes and national mutual support networks. Following personal experience of cancer, for two years I practiced hypnotherapy on a voluntary basis at a cancer support centre in West Sussex, helping people who were undergoing cancer treatment, in remission and their loved ones.

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