Hypnotherapy for Anxiety

Hypnosis has long been proved successful in overcoming stress and anxiety as well as fears & phobias. Hypnotherapy employs powerful hypnotic techniques, including dissociation, which reduces fear by making troubling memories feel ‘safer.’ These techniques are often referred to as ‘creating emotional distance.’ Overcoming fears and anxieties becomes an entirely natural and comfortable process. 


Emotional problems stem not just from what people think, but also from how they use their imagination. In part, hypnotherapy harnesses your imagination to encourage a more healthy and optimistic sense of who you are, and what you can achieve. 

Hypnotherapy can be a solution, even a cure, for a variety of emotional problems. 


Andrew Newton is a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist with over 40 years’ experience. He is incredibly skilled at what he does and his clients come from all over the world to see him. In the last 12 months, Andrew has treated clients from as far away as Australia, New Zealand, U.S.A., Canada, Brazil, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Singapore, Vietnam, Cayman Islands, and of course the U.K. 


Trauma  –  PTSD  –  Past trauma  –  Assault  –  Childhood trauma 

Stress & Anxiety  –   General Anxiety  –  Social Anxiety 

Grief and Loss  –  Loss of a Loved One 

Failed Relationship  –   Letting go of the past  –  Rejection

Thinking the Worst  –   Self-Sabotage, Insecurity.

What to Expect:

Hypnosis is a wonderful and relaxing experience. You don’t lose consciousness… you don’t go to sleep… instead you learn how to change the way you think and feel about the things that bother you. If you can do that, you can change the way you think and feel about yourself… you can forget about the things that bothered you because this change can be natural, easy and automatic. 

Anxiety

  • Generalised Anxiety Disorder is common in people who suffer from chronic anxiety and exaggerated worry and tension, even in normal situations. 
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is when someone consistently has unwanted thoughts and repetitive behaviours or compulsions.
  • Panic Disorder is where a person has unexpected and repeated episodes of intense fear accompanied by  physical symptoms such as stress headaches or other recurring pains, tiredness or unexplained rapid heartbeat etc.
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) occurs when someone is exposed to or experiences a terrifying event.
  • Social Anxiety Disorder or Social occurs when someone feels overwhelming anxiety or excessive self-consciousness in social settings, such as in the workplace or at social functions or even in crowds. 
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