What is Hypnotherapy? Hypnotherapy is a type of therapy that utilizes hypnosis as a tool to help individuals make positive changes in their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Hypnosis is a state of heightened focus and suggestibility, during which the individual is more receptive to positive suggestions and can access deeper parts of their mind. During a hypnotherapy session, the hypnotherapist will guide the individual into a hypnotic state through relaxation techniques, guided imagery, and other methods. Once the individual is in a hypnotic state, the hypnotherapist will provide suggestions for positive changes, such as reducing anxiety, improving self-esteem, or breaking a bad habit. Hypnotherapy can be used to address a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, phobias, insomnia, and addiction. It is typically considered a complementary therapy and is often used in conjunction with other forms of treatment, such as talk therapy or medication. It is important to note that hypnotherapy is not a form of mind control and the individual always remains in control of their thoughts and actions during a session. The hypnotherapist is simply a guide, helping the individual to access their inner resources and make positive changes in their life. Sheravan K Shahhian
What is Hypnotherapy?
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I have a Doctored in Clinical Psychology (ABD) All But Dissertation, a Masters (M.A.) in Clinical Psychology, a Bachelor's (B.A.) in Psychology, a Associate Degree in Liberal Arts with an in Psychology, Certified in Anger Management and Certified in MRT-Moral Reconation Therapy® View all posts by Shervan K Shahhian, LIBERTY PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION