CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPY (HYPNOSIS) Dr. Priyanka Gupta -Natural Bliss Healer

Clinical Hypnotherapy (Hypnosis)

Hypnosis is a different state of consciousness which you can naturally enter so that, for therapeutic purposes, beneficial corrections may be given directly to your unconscious mind. In this way, hypnosis is an effective way of making contact with our inner (unconscious) self, which is both a reservoir of unrecognized potential and knowledge as well as being the unwitting source of many of our problems. It is a fact that no-one can be hypnotized against their will and even when hypnotized, a person can still reject any suggestion. Thus therapeutic hypnosis is a state of purposeful (confidential) co-operation.
Clinical Hypnotherapy means using advanced methods of hypnosis and other techniques to treat a variety of medical and psychological problems. It is estimated that 85%++ of people will readily respond to clinical hypnotherapy (the remaining % can still be treated using other techniques that Changing States provide as a matter of routine). It may even succeed where other, more conventional methods of treatment have not produced the desired results.
Modern Clinical Hypnotherapy is an 'integrative' field of study. This means that the best elements of many other forms of therapy have been integrated into Clinical Hypnotherapy. This includes behavioural psychology, cognitive psychology, EMT, NLP, Self hypnosis, IC work as well as the most effective elements from the classical theories and the latest physiological research in terms of how the mind functions.
There are two broad styles of hypnotherapy - traditional and modern. Modern styles are more conversational and tend to use special effects to generate trance states. The approach adopted by Changing States is somewhere in between these two extremes e.g. special effects applied to a traditional countdown. When appropriate we use also techniques that only use modern 'hitec' approaches.

Some of the many issues that can benefit from clinical hypnotherapy include: