What is hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis to promote positive change and development in a person’s thoughts and behavior. It’s most beneficial to people who are actively seeking to improve their quality of life. The role of the modern-day hypnotist for therapeutic purposes (versus a stage performer) is very similar to the role of a coach who is coaching you through customized, mind processes that facilitate behavioral change. In just one session you learn techniques that can benefit you for a lifetime.

While it’s considered complimentary to psychotherapy and psychiatric treatment and is sometimes used by medical and mental health professionals, it should be noted that hypnotherapy alone is not a substitute for the treatment of mental health conditions.


<–Return to FAQs About Hypnosis





Category: FAQs about Hypnosis

← FAQs

Comments are closed.

Powered by: Wordpress