Is hypnotherapy about to be regulated?

We get lots of callers every week inquiring about hypnotherapy training and interest in our courses. We get asked a variety of questions from...

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Hypnotherapy to change behaviour

Implementation is a huge issue even with the best of intentions and having some detailed plans to make it happen.

As a hypnotherapist, this is my...

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Hypnotherapy to manage the psychological impact of being visibly different.

Visible differences can manifest from a whole range of issues such as birthmarks, scarring, hair loss, skin conditions such as acne and eczema,...

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Does hypnotherapy work for weight loss?

Countless clients report anecdotally that they wouldn't have achieved success without hypnotherapy (and hadn't previously and sustainably done so)....

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What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

IBS is a common gut disorder that affects one in five people. It affects people of all ages but more commonly first develops in young adults....

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Hypnotherapy for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

IBS is a common gut disorder that affects one in five people. It affects people of all ages but more commonly first develops in young adults....

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How unhealthy habits and lifestyle choices can impact fertility.

One in every four to six couples in developing countries has been found to be affected by infertility [1,2]. And this figure remained relatively...

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Why false memory phenomenon is not unique to hypnotherapy

The process of experiencing and remembering is regulated by many factors including how salient the experience was, expectations, beliefs,...

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How is hypnotherapy different to meditation?

This is a common question asked by those who come into hypnotherapy having practised or know a little about, meditation. The early experiences they...

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'Hypnosis' and 'hypnotherapy'; it's all the same isn't it?

The terms hypnosis and hypnotherapy have been used interchangeably for decades, and to many an untrained ear, they seem to equate to the...

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Why is Hypnotherapy called a 'Complementary Therapy?

Hypnotherapy benefits clients most where the cause of the problem is psychologically based. If someone presents with a problem that could have an...

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Progressive relaxation technique to reduce tension & stress

Progressive relaxation techniques are very brief and take literally minutes out of our day to achieve such great and lasting results. 

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