What does hypnosis feel like?
Can anyone be hypnotised?
What if I don't wake up?
Will I remember anything from the session?
How long do sessions last?
What happens in a session?
Is it safe? Will I lose control?
I adhere to the Code of Ethics of the CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council), the NCH (National Council for Hypnotherapists) and the Quest Institute.
During a hypnotherapy session, the client has total control.
Hypnosis is a natural state which we all enter on a regular basis throughout the day. Have you even driven somewhere familiar, only to realise at the end of the journey that you can’t remember part of this journey? That happens when we are in a trance. Some say that about 90% of our behaviour is under the control of our unconscious mind, in other words, in hypnosis.
How many sessions will I need?
What about confidentiality?
What is I decide that hypnotherapy is not for me?
How do I choose a hypnotherapist?
Here are a few pointers to help you choose
- Does the therapist welcome your questions and answers them satisfactorily?
- Is the therapist qualified and insured?
- Is the therapist registered with the CNHC?
- Do you think you’ll get on with the therapist and trust him/her?
- Are they open about their fee?
- Do they adhere to a Code of Ethics? You can check the Code of Ethics of the CNHC here.
- The CNHC also has a page on their website to help clients choose the right therapist for them. You can access it here.