Your Guide To Hypnosis

Your Guide To Hypnosis

There are many stories about hypnosis and hypnotherapy being dangerous, turning people into chickens, people not being able to wake up, and unscrupulous hypnotists exploiting their ‘vulnerable’ patients. However there are many people who are adamant that it has helped change their lives, some from Dudley, Tipton, Wolverhampton and much further afield – I know of for sure. I have helped them succeed in their goals. Millions of people swear that it has helped them with many issues such as weight loss, quitting smoking, other addictions, confidence, phobias, stress, success, IBS, and many more issues.

Many people are missing out on this powerful, yet very safe therapeutic tool because they are too afraid to use it. I hope to dispel these fears by answering these common questions about hypnotherapy right here and now!.

Can I be hypnotised? Most people can go into a hypnotic trance. The only types of people that cannot be hypnotised are … 1. Those suffering from psychosis or a thought disorder 2. A person with a low IQ 3. A person who does not want to be hypnotised. It is very easy to resist hypnosis if you want to.
What is a hypnotic trance? It is a normal and natural state that most of us experience several times a day without even knowing it. It commonly happens when people are driving. Have you ever driven somewhere and not really remembered the journey?, I have just missed my junction. It also often occurs when reading a book or watching TV. Sometimes you can be so absorbed in the book or TV programme that you are not consciously aware that someone is talking to you, or even where you are sat. Hypnosis […]

Get the edge, Be a great performer

Get the edge, Be a great performer

Sports Hypnosis Get the edge, Be a great performer

Whether you simply want to feel more motivated to go to the gym, or whether you need a competitive edge to win. I use hypnosis to eliminate many obstacles that can be removed from your mind leading you effortlessly towards your goals and desires.

Sports hypnosis is now in the mainstream of sports development. The mind is part of the art of great performance – no mental direction – no performance. The points raised below will allow you to appreciate the importance of non interrupted and controlled visualisation that can achieve the desired results. The history of hypnosis in sport goes back to the 1956 Olympics where the Russians are testament to that winning for what is now the  Soviet Union 37 (Gold)     29 (Silver)     32 (bronze)     98 (total)

They took 11 hypnotherapists to the games.

The biggest percentage of sports people coming to visit Sports hypnotherapists tends to be those wishing to improve their golf. However, hypnosis can be equally useful with all kinds of individual and competitive sports. The greatest of champions and athletes also tend to be the ones who have learned to think successfully, they have mastered the psychology of their individual sport. You can do this too…

Hypnosis in sports performance is focussed on enhancing the mental state of that sports-person or team. Achieving the edge in competition, one contestant over another is what its all about. Could be described as YOUR secret weapon, no one need know if you don’t wish them too. Consultations are done usually away from the ‘Club’ Track or Field. Hypnosis is the edge that many top sports-people […]

By |March 16th, 2013|Hypnotherapy for Improved Sports Performance, Sports Hypnotherapy|Comments Off on Get the edge, Be a great performer

What can I achieve?

What can I achieve?

What can I achieve with Clinical Hypnosis?

The list below is not in anyway complete but goes to demonstrate what hypnosis can help with. Clinical Hypnosis can improve the situation of many issues. Is what your looking for there? if not email us via the contact page and ask what we can do to help YOU!

A
Academic Excellence,
Addictions,
ADHD, AADHD,
Agoraphobia,
Alcoholism,
Allergies,
Amnesia,
Anger Management,
Anorexia,
Anxiety attacks,
Arthritis,
Assertiveness,
Asthma,
Aversion to Public Speaking,

B
Back Pain,
Bed Wetting (Enuresis),
Bereavement,
Binge Eating,
Binge Drinking,
Blood Pressure,
Blushing,
Boosting Confidence,
Boosting self-confidence,
Bruxism (Grinding Teeth),
Bulimia,

C
Caffeine Addiction,
Caring for the Terminally Ill,
CFS Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,
Chocolate Addiction,
Chronic Pain,
Claustrophobia,
Co-Dependance
Compulsions,
Compulsive/Obsessive OCD,
Confidence,
Constipation,

D
Dealing with Difficult People,
Dental Problems,
Dependance,
Depression,
Diarrhea, Diarrhoea
Disorders,
Drink More Water,
Stop Drinking Fizzy Drinks (Pop/Soda),
Drinking,
Driving Test Nerves,
Drug Abuse,

E
Ease Eczema,
Eat Healthy,
Eat Slowly,
Eating Disorders,
Eczema,
Emotional Problems,
Exam Nerves,
Exercise Motivation,

F
Failure Syndrome,
Fears (Flying, etc.),
Feelings of guilt,

G
Gagging,
Gain Weight,
General Health,
Get Rid of Migraines,
Goal Setting,
Grief,
Guilt Feelings,
Gym Motivation,

H
Habits,
Hay Fever,
Headaches and Migraine,
Healing Power Hypnosis,
Healthy Lifestyle,
Helping with exams nerves,
High Blood Pressure,
Hot Flashes,
Hydrophobia,
Hypnosis & Cancer Treatment,
Hypochondria,
Hysterical Symptoms,
Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS*,

I
Improve Posture,
Improving concentration and memory,
Improving sports performance,
Increased Sales Effectiveness,
Indecisiveness,
Inferiority,
Infertility Hypnosis,
Inflammatorybowel disease,
Inhibitions,
Insecurity,
Insomnia,

J
Jealousy,
Jetlag Reliever

K
Kleptomania,

L
Learning Difficulties,
Lip Biting,
Living and dealing with IBS,
Low or High Blood Pressure,

M
M.E.,
Marital Problems,
Memory Improvement,
Menopause,
Menstrual Tension,
Morning Sickness,
Motivation Problems,
MRI Scan Anxiety,

N
Nail-Biting,
Negative Thinking,
Nervousness,
Neurasthenia,
Neurosis,
Nightmares,

O
OCD,

P
Pain Management,
Pain relief,
Panic Attacks,
Performance Anxiety,
Personal Development
Personal perspectives,
Phobias & Fears,
PMS,
Poor Circulation,
Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD),
Prepare for Surgery,
Presentation Nerves,
Public Speaking,

Q
Quit Smoking , Quit4Life,

R
Rejection,
Relationships,
Relaxation,
Relaxation and Sleep,

S
Sales Performance,
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD),
Self Belief,
Self Consciousness,
Self Development,
Self Esteem,
Self help,
Self-Confidence/Image,
Self-Consciousness,
Self-esteem,
Shame,
Shyness,
Slimming,
Smoking Cessation,
Snoring,
Social Phobia/Social Anxiety,
Sports Abilities,
Sports Improvement,
Sports Motivation,
Sports Performance
Sports Psychology,
Stage Fright,
Stammering & Stuttering,
Stop Facial Tics,
Stop Nose Picking,
Stop Thumb Sucking,
Stress Management,
Study,
Stuttering,

T
Teeth Grinding,
Tension Headaches,
Test / Exam Anxiety,
Thumb Sucking,
Tinnitus,
Trauma,
Travel Fright,
Travel Sickness,
Twitching,

V
Vertigo,

W
Weight control

Manchester United’s Darren Fletcher

Manchester United’s Darren Fletcher

Darren Fletcher has offered no guarantees that he will be back in the Manchester United side next season, having turned to hypnotherapy among other treatments in an attempt to beat a career-threatening bowel condition. The 28-year-old said IBSSlogohis aim was to return in August, following the diagnosis of his debilitating ulcerative colitis, though that seems to be an aspiration rather than a certainty.

“I’m OK,” Fletcher said. “I’m taking all my medication and listening to the doctor. It’s a week-by-week situation so I’ve not got any timescale on recovery, but the target for me is next season now. If I can come back then that would be great for me.

“It’s something that will never leave me, but you have to find somehow a way to manage it. I’m trying everything under the sun – diet, hypnotherapy.”

Fletcher, who has been working with United reserves during his time on the sidelines, was speaking at a Manchester United Foundation lunch.

Professor Chris Probert, a consultant gastroenterologist at the Royal Liverpool Hospital, has said he would be “very surprised” if Fletcher could perform again at his former level. “He must have been extremely fit to have been able to play for as long as he has,” Probert said. “It seems inconceivable that he would not have had his performance impaired somehow by the condition and it’s no surprise that he’s been forced to take short breaks from time to time.”

Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/premiership/berbatov-agrees-new-manchester-united-deal-16124722.html#ixzz1nxi9modX

By |April 2nd, 2012|Celebrity & Hypnotherapy, Digestive Disorders, Hypnotherapy for Improved Sports Performance, Ulcerative Colitis|Comments Off on Manchester United’s Darren Fletcher

Frances Bondad scores maiden win

Frances Bondad scores maiden win

Frances Bondad scores maiden win, credits hypnotherapy for turnaround

Frances Bondad with her trophy after winning the Sanya Ladies Open in Hainan, China.

AUSTRALIAN Frances Bondad came from two strokes behind overnight leader Pan Yan Hong to lift her maiden trophy as a professional at the Sanya Ladies Open in Hainan, China.

The 23-year-old birdied the final hole at Yalong Bay Golf Club to edge one stroke clear of Scotland’s Vikki Laing, who closed with a bogey after getting caught in the bunker. Bondad fired rounds of 68, 70 and a bogey-free final round of 67 to earn a one-stroke victory at 205, 11 under par for the tournament, securing a first prize cheque for 30,000 euros ($A40,500) and a three-year exemption to the Ladies European Tour. “It feels unreal … it hasn’t hit me yet,” Bondad said.

Bondad picked up momentum when she holed a 35-foot putt for an eagle three on the ninth green before holing a 15 footer for birdie at the par-four 12th. She then struck an arrow-straight three wood to the front of the 13th green from 180 metres and two putted for birdie to tie for the lead with Laing on 10-under par. Laing moved a stroke ahead when she sank a long birdie putt at the 14th and held a one-stroke lead standing on the 18th tee, before dropping a stroke after finding the bunker.

Bondad sealed the victory with an eight-foot putt. “I was hitting it close and I just wasn’t making any putts and when that eagle putt went in at the ninth, that kept me going, and made me think, […]

By |November 18th, 2011|Hypnotherapy, Hypnotherapy for Improved Sports Performance, Sports Hypnotherapy|Comments Off on Frances Bondad scores maiden win

Sports Enhancement

Sports Enhancement

Sports Enhancement with Hypnotherapy

Sports Enhancement with Hypnotherapy – No matter whether you are involved in school sports, football tennis junior golf: a weekend footballer, or an adult who enjoys staying fit. You may even be a professional sportsperson or athlete you want to, not only enjoy your sport, but excel in it. Many people find this may prove to be a difficult task.  Migrating to the next level of performance isn’t always as easy as, changing up a gear in the car, its not as easy as one may like think. You may find that evenwith lessons from your pro, coach trainer or instruction you are still not able to improve your time, score, record, speed.

How we think about our performance plays a huge role in the physical performance and outcome. Hypnotherapy provides a great resource to “get in the zone” and focus your mind on the outcome you want. It’s a matter of getting your mind from blocking your physical performance by allowing your skills to perform. Ask yourself what goes thru your mind right before you hit that ball…right before you step on the field…before you are up? If your mind is filled with memories of bad performances or doubt or that little internal voice telling you that you can’t do it what do you think your odds are of a positive result?

Why not get back to a level of enjoyment with your sport. Hypnotherapy can teach you the skills to reduce your stress level and focus on a positive outcome. Wouldn’t it be nice to recall those positive performances rather than the negative ones. Perhaps you are not spending as much time in […]

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Using Mental Training to Address and Alleviate Pressure

Using Mental Training to Address and Alleviate Pressure

Sports hypnosis can help to synchronise the efforts and desires of your mind and body. Leveraging the power of your mind and learning how to control your thought processes and direct them into achieving productive goals will enable you to conquer a variety of tasks in a positive and powerful manner. Mental training reflects an aspect of sports hypnosis that can help you to eradicate distractions while teaching you how to think positively and to more effectively and clearly visualize your goals.

Understanding how your mind influences the outcomes and results of your actions is a key component to comprehending how proper mental training can address and alleviate pressure that you may subconsciously inflict upon yourself. Athletes, in particular, are often guilty of placing unnecessary pressures upon themselves. While many athletes dream of holding the ball with three seconds left in the game only to make the winning shot, or walking up to the plate with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning only to make the game winning hit and become a hero, these visions often include nerves and pressures. Visualising these situations with just the end goal in mind and without the distractions will likely result in more successful accomplishments. Improving your mental toughness can help to ameliorate your performance and reactivity in pressure situations.

Many star athletes strive to achieve perfection. Dreams of perfection are often distressed with anxieties and pressures. Envisioning different scenarios instead of focusing on one clear goal can create irrelevant distractions on your path to achieving greatness. These mental blocks can lead to cold feet and poor performance issues. Once you’ve experienced one pitfall, then the pressure of poor performance […]

By |September 21st, 2011|Hypnotherapy for Improved Sports Performance, Sports Hypnotherapy|Comments Off on Using Mental Training to Address and Alleviate Pressure

Sports Enhancement

Sports Enhancement

Why is Sports Enhancement Training Important?

It is often stated that all sports are over 90% mental application, yet most sports people or athletes spend about 99% of their training time working on the physical aspect of their sport.

Sports achievement can be established by adopting a process that will allow you to discover the resources within you to excel at your specific sport and overcome any challenges or blocks you may be experiencing right now or that have affected YOU even in the past that still subconsciously affect your sport or game.

All Athletes train hard you expect to do that when you are dedicated. But only a small percentage apply techniques that YOU can learn through sports enhancement by the use of sports hypnotherapy. This will be giving YOU the cutting edge over your competitors or simply helping you reach your best level of performance relative to your physical aspect

What Will I Learn Through using Sports Hypnotherapy?

You will learn to:

  • Understand and Increase Your Motivation
  • Identify and Eliminate Negative Self- Talk
  • Overcome Performance Anxiety
  • Address Fears and Anxieties
  • Strengthen YOUR mental core (Concentration, Confidence, Control, Commitment)
  • Get into the ‘Zone’ quicker
  • Bring the fun back into your sport
  • Some of the techniques that are used include:
  • Identifying the problem that lay behind your performances
  • Exploring intrinsic versus extrinsic motivation
  • Understanding , challenging and changing perceptions and belief systems
  • Developing positive rituals and practices
  • Imagery and Visualisation
  • Using Sports Hypnosis on the day

By |September 21st, 2011|Hypnotherapy for Improved Sports Performance, Sports Hypnotherapy|Comments Off on Sports Enhancement

Sports Hypnosis

Sports Hypnosis

Sports Hypnosis – Get the edge and find out how it can make you a great performer

Whether you simply want to feel more motivated to go to the gym, or whether you need a competitive edge to win. I use hypnosis to eliminate many obstacles that can be removed from your mind leading you effortlessly towards your goals and desires.

Sports hypnosis is now in the mainstream of sports development. The mind is part of the art of great performance – no mental direction – no performance. The points raised below will allow you to appreciate the importance of non interrupted and controlled visualisation that can achieve the desired results. The history of hypnosis in sport goes back to the 1956 Olympics where the Russians are testament to that winning for what is now the  Soviet Union 37 (Gold)     29 (Silver)     32 (bronze)     98 (total)

They took 11 hypnotherapists to the games.

The biggest percentage of sports people coming to visit Sports hypnotherapists tends to be those wishing to improve their golf. However, hypnosis can be equally useful with all kinds of individual and competitive sports. The greatest of champions and athletes also tend to be the ones who have learned to think successfully, they have mastered the psychology of their individual sport. You can do this too…

Hypnosis in sports performance is focussed on enhancing the mental state of that sportsperson or team. Achieving the edge in competition, one contestant over another is what its all about. Could be described as YOUR secret weapon, no one need know if you don’t wish them too. Consultations are done usually away from […]

Hypnosis in Sport

Hypnosis in Sport

In recent times, the sporting press have reported on an increasing number of positive applications of hypnosis in sports settings, with the usual sceptism now being replaced with interest and a new respect for this valuable mental tool. These examples are also not limited to relatively unknown athletes – the Beijing Olympics, for example, saw at least two gold medallists attributing some of their success to hypnotherapy (The Age, 2008; SFGate, 2008), and more recently in the UK, Ipswich Town (The Daily Telegraph, 2009) and Swindon Town (Wales Online, 2008) football clubs have employed hypnotherapists to improve their performance. These instances are only a sample of the actual reports from the last 12 months, with karate, MotoGP, rugby, American football, basketball and cycling also making the news (CSH, 2009).

What is perhaps most startling about these examples is that they are public knowledge at all. Sports psychology, while rapidly gaining credibility, is still too often either dismissed as unnecessary, or used as a last resort, and if this established psychological discipline suffers from image problems, then hypnosis has an even tougher battle ahead. Many sportspeople will not admit to having used sports psychology or hypnotherapy for fear of being ridiculed or viewed unfavourably by team mates or coaches, but there is no doubt that the demand for these services is now increasing, as it becomes more acceptable to talk about the mental aspects of sport, and the efficacy of psychological interventions becomes more widely known.

As with clinical hypnotherapy, hypnosis in sport is not an intervention on its own, but rather an additional tool, which can be used to enhance existing sports psychology interventions. A good example would be imagery – in sports psychology, […]

By |October 11th, 2010|Celebrity & Hypnotherapy, Hypnotherapy for Improved Sports Performance, The Mind|Comments Off on Hypnosis in Sport