Julie Morley (Hyp.dip, Ad.dip.CP, Dip.Psysextherapy, MNCS Accred)
31 Welland Way, Deeping St James, Peterborough PE6 8QE
Tel: 07761 065 726 Email: [email protected]
As a Psychotherapist and Hypnotherapist I am able to use Hypnotherapy during Psychotherapy sessions if it is appropriate. Hypnotherapy is an effective method of promoting positive change and is well accepted across the science medical professions.
Hypnosis itself, is a relaxed trance-like state which is a perfectly natural state for people to slip into and we often do this within taking much notice in our daily lives.
Hypnotherapy harnesses this by inducting you into the trance-like hypnotic state and while very relaxed you accept suggestions for positve change. This helps bypass the part of you which would normally consciously block such changes. During hypnosis you are not asleep, but the word sleep is sometimes used to describe the trance like state. It is surprising to some that it is thought that we are more alert than you normally are when you are fully awake. Hypnotherapy is not to be compared to stage hypnosis and you will not do anything you do not wsh to do whilst under hypnosis.
Some of the reasons people use Hypnotherapy for include: