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Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy

The combination of these two therapies produces one of the most powerful and dynamic techniques. When used together, they deliver the fastest, safest and most effective results.

Take a look at this list, below. It shows just a few of the many ways you can make life-improving changes with hypnotherapy and psychotherapy. Now imagine what these therapies can do for you.



Looking at the world in a negative way can make it seem more dangerous than it really is. Eventually, you automatically assume things will turn out badly. Worrying can be helpful when it spurs you to take action and solve a problem.

But chronic worrying is a mental habit. It destroys your ability to focus and concentrate. In short, it restricts your ability to deliver your best work. Expecting the worst-case scenario to happen doesn’t mean it will. But it can become a habit that you gradually come to accept as a normal state of mind.


Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy

In order to stop worry and anxiety for good, you must give up your belief that worrying serves a positive purpose. Once you realize that worrying is the problem, not the issue itself, you can begin to regain control of your worried mind. Focusing on all the ‘what if’s’ won’t keep bad things from happening. It will only keep you from enjoying the good things in your life in the present.


Dismissing your abilities and denying any belief in yourself, dilutes your self esteem. It also goes against your natural instincts. This is because it conflicts with what you know to be a true assessment of yourself. It also annoys you because deep down you know you are intelligent and when you are at work, your work is excellent.

Your temporary lack of confidence comes from an atmosphere which is generated by perceptions. The way you see the world is the way your world once was when you were a child – but only occasionally. When old thoughts creep into your mind, you revert to being that same child and you take on the same attitudes and perceptions.

A lack of confidence reduces your ability to handle life’s problems. All-or-nothing thinking limits your vision: we live in a world of compromises. Seeing the world in black-or-white prevents you seeing the many acceptable shades of grey in between. Equally, if you don’t worry about a problem it doesn’t mean you are neglecting it. Allowing yourself to think about a better outcome is not tempting fate.


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