Clinical Hypnotherapy

Despite the skepticism that surrounds it, Hypnosis has become an evidence-based, widely appreciated complementary therapy, with over 70,000 research references worldwide and an excellent track record. As any other modality, it is not a magic wand but it requires that the client be committed to change and prepared to make the effort to make that change a reality.

Hypnosis, also referred to as hypnotherapy or hypnotic suggestion, is a trance-like state in which we get heightened focus and deep relaxation. This “focused state” is actually a natural state occurring many times during the day, like when you are being wrapped in a book, movie or music. This deep state  can be also skilfully induced and then utilised for therapeutic purposes, making hypnosis an effective way for getting in touch with our inner (unconscious) self, which is a reservoir of unrecognised potential and infinite knowledge. By accessing our unconscious resources (power, wisdom) with a particular intent (selective thinking) we have the ability to INTEGRATE ​and create new beliefs, habits and behaviours that are more satisfying of our identified needs  and above all, more aligned to who we really want to be and to what we want to experience. 

Hypnosis is an education and communication process by which 

the conscious mind and the subconscious mind agree because

” what the mind agrees with, the body will respond to”

How does it work?

After an initial consultation, you will be gently guided into a state of deep relaxation, which will facilitate a sense of security and well-being, allowing you to more easily let go of your critical thinking. 

This receptive state is the best environment for directing your unconscious mind to support your conscious desires, needs and goals. 

What is it for?

Clinical hypnotherapy uses hypnosis to treat 

a variety of medical and psychological problems such as:



Chronic pain 

Fears and phobias

High blood pressure




Panic attacks



Sleep problems

Sexual problems