College of Hypno-psychotherapists
Hypnotherapy, or 'neuro-hypnotism' - meaning sleep of the nervous system - uses hypnosis to induce a deep state of heightened relaxation and altered awareness, during which the unconscious mind is highly receptive to new or alternative perspectives and ideas.
In hypno-psychotherapy the unconscious mind is looked upon as a resource for wellness and creativity.
Hypno-psychotherapy can be applied to modify a client's behaviour, attitudes and emotions, as well as manage pain, anxiety, stress-related illnesses, and dysfunctional habits, promoting personal development.
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