Hypnotherapy in E18 and Liverpool Street area, a cognitive behavioural therapy hypnotherapist specialising in anxiety, fears, phobias, panic attacks, social phobia (social anxiety) and stopping smoking hypnosis
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
In South Woodford & Liverpool Street
D.Hyp, PDCBHyp, MBSCH
Clinical & Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist
The British Society of Clinical Hypnosis
Hypnosis is a natural state we all experience every day. In this state of being, where you are both very alert and very relaxed, a variety of therapeutic techniques can be used to help you overcome many different obstacles and improve aspects of your life.Hypnosis allows us to work with the unconscious mind in a positive and beneficial way. You will always be fully aware and in control when in trance, which is usually experienced as pleasant and relaxing. Almost everyone can be hypnotised if they wish but cannot be made to do anything they do not want to do. A treatment plan will be devised after a thorough discussion of your individual history and issues. Hypnotherapy is not a miracle cure but requires effort on both sides to effect positive and long lasting changes.
When can hypnotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy help?
Both approaches can be used for many symptoms and are often most effective together depending on the symptoms and personal circumstances and preferences. Please contact me if you wish to discuss whether or not it can help you.Hypnotherapy can be used for:
Confidence & Motivation
…and many more symptoms
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can be used in conjunction with hypnotherapy for very effective treatment for both physical and emotional issues or by itself for issues such as Panic attacks and Depression or with any problems where you don’t wish hypnosis to be used.
Kirsty Grant was trained at the London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH) and obtained a Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis and a Practitioner Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy. She is a full member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis and fully insured.
British Society of Clinical Hypnosis
www.bsch.org.uk 01262 403103
About Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a method of changing and improving our thoughts and actions that hold us back from achieving our full potential and living the lives we want to live. By changing how we view things, we can change how we feel. CBT can be useful to everybody but particularly those who are troubled by thoughts, doubts and negative feelings. You will be taught how to challenge negative thought patterns and deal with setbacks.Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is quick and effective. Studies have shown that it is even more rapid and effective used in conjunction with hypnosis.
What to expect
Anything you say during a session is strictly confidential.Everyone is treated individually. A full case history will be taken and the presenting problem discussed before embarking on an agreed tailored treatment plan.Hypnosis will be fully explained and you will have the opportunity to ask any questions before trance work is undertaken. You must be ready to work with the therapist to effect change. If you expect change without effort then you won’t get lasting results. Hypnotherapy can help with motivation issues if that proves to be a stumbling block.You will always awaken from hypnosis just as you always awaken from natural sleep
Hypnotherapists who are registered by the BSCH have undergone extensive training and are bound by a rigorous code of ethics.
How long does it take?
The number of sessions required depends upon the individual, the problem and the agreed method of treatment.A simple issue may be resolved in two or three sessions but most take around four to six sessions. This will be discussed in the first session.