Which therapy for you ?

Hypnotherapy Hypnosis Treatment Northampton Northants

1. Suggestion therapy – uses hypnosis

2. Insight analytical therapy – uses hypnosis

3. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy – uses some hypnosis

4. Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT – tapping)

5. EMDR Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprogramming


June specialises in the above five therapies. The choice of therapy depends on the client, the client’s age (young person), and the depth of the problem. Following an initial consultation, June would make her recommendation as to the best therapy for you.

There are three completely different methods of therapy using hypnosis

1) Suggestion Therapy – uses hypnosis

… is used for simpler problems: these include smoking cessation, nail biting, test/exam nerves, finding lost valuables, childbirth and relaxation, (possibly weight reduction). The client relaxes in the chair and June puts into their minds, the unconscious mind, thoughts as to how the client will feel when they open their eyes. Can only get the client to feel how they want to feel, cannot make anyone feel how they don’t want to feel. Usually only one, two or three sessions are needed, with perhaps a booster at a later date.

Hence: hypnotherapy

2) Analytical Therapy (sometime called “Insight Analytical Therapy”) – uses hypnosis

is used for more deep-rooted problems. Children cannot rationalise or intellectualise, and are influenced by their interpretation of events. If these events are of a nature which fear or frighten the child, the subconscious mind often represses (buries) the memory and certainly the emotion attached to the memory, this allows them to carry on with their life. However, this repression can cause an ‘inner anxiety’, which might show external signs (symptoms) such as compulsive eating, migraines, phobias, sexual problems, anxiety, depression, panic attacks or many other conditions. This therapy – hypno-analysis – is founded on the doctrine of ’cause and effect’. When the ‘cause’ of the problem is found, the emotion released, thus the ‘cause’ is removed, then the ‘effect’ – the symptoms – will disappear. Our approach here is to deal with the ‘cause’ of the problem, rather than merely controlling the symptoms that it produces.
The use of hypnosis in this therapy speeds up the analysis dramatically, and in just a few weeks can achieve results similar to those expected from a two or three year course of traditional analysis.
There is no reason why anyone should put up with something “inside themselves but outside their control”, provided they are prepared to devote time, money, and effort to be free of their problem.
Hence: hypno-analysis

3) Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) – Includes relaxation hypnosis

CBT breaks up old patterns of negativity. We have thoughts which lead to feelings which lead to behaviour. Where a client wants to change their behaviour, through therapy they are helped and guided to think a different way – this produces different feelings which lead to different behaviour. Part of the session does include relaxation/hypnosis. This is a therapy for today, tomorrow and future tomorrows. (For more information see Link to CBT).

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4) Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) (As seen on TV)

EFT (sometimes called tapping) is a meridian therapy, it is based on this theory or foundation statement. “All negative emotions are caused by a disruption in the body’s energy system”.

Clients enjoy this therapy (no hypnosis is used). Also great with children. It’s fun, and at the end of your therapy, leaves you, the client, with a skill that you can use to your advantage for the rest of your life.

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