Brisbane Hypnotherapy & Counselling

Brisbane Hypnotherapy & Counselling
Brisbane Hypnotherapy & Counselling
Health & Welfare Services-BRIGHTON, QLD
Health & Welfare Services-Brighton, QLD
Hypnotherapy gives not only excellent outcomes for our clients but also provides a comfortable and safe environment where you can feel secure to fully explore and awaken inner resources that..
40 Seaview St, Brighton, Qld, 4017.
40 Seaview St, Brighton, Qld, 4017.
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Hypnotherapy gives not only excellent outcomes for our clients but also provides a comfortable and safe environment where you can feel secure to fully explore and awaken inner resources that allow positive changes to happen.
What Is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a natural, normal and pleasant state of mind that we have all experienced at various times. It involves focused attention, concentration on an object, an idea or activity with full involvement, while attention to anything else is temporarily suspended.

At night when we fall asleep we pass through a point when entering sleep called the Hypnoidal Point: an altered state of awareness, when one is half awake and half asleep, relaxed and comfortable, safe and secure, aware yet not bothered, unconcerned with your surroundings.

We can experience this "trance like" state in our everyday lives when, for example; we become totally involved watching a movie or a sports game, driving on a familiar route where you do not quite remember part of the journey, daydreaming or reading an absorbing book.

Hypnosis is a relaxed state of mind where one can indeed focus on an idea, an aspect of one's life, a dilemma or a challenge. It is used by sports people and corporate management for performance and motivation, in advertising to attract you to certain ideas and often by public speakers and politicians to captivate their audiences.

What Does It Feel Like?

Sensations of Hypnosis vary from person to person. It is usual to experience mild drowsiness together with pleasant feelings of comfort and well being. People in hypnosis are conscious and able to hear the Hypnotherapist's voice, remaining at all times in control of themselves.

They will not say or do anything that they would not elect to do of their own choice.

Despite some popular belief, Hypnotherapy is not mind control.

What Is Hypnotherapy and How Does It Work?

Simply put, it is therapy under hypnosis. During hypnosis, the body and conscious mind are in a relaxed, natural state, while the subconscious mind remains alert and receptive to suggestions. Hypnotic suggestions bypass the intellectual or conscious mind and zeros in on the subconscious.

When given a new suggestion that is within the bounds of a person's belief system and moral orientation, the subconscious mind accepts it literally as a new reality.

The ability to reprogram emotional attitudes and reactions is a latent ability within every human being. Hypnotherapy is the most functional and reasonable way to build new behaviours, create new patterns and find alternate ways of dealing with situations, thereby enforcing positive change and restoring well-being of mind and body.

How Safe Is Hypnosis?

In the hands of a trained professional, it is a natural and beneficial experience that is free from drugs and totally safe. People can end the experience at any time they choose if they feel the need. The hypnotic state can only be maintained by mutual co-operation between the client and the therapist.

Can Anyone Be Hypnotised?

Virtually anyone can be hypnotised – some more easily than others. Improvement comes with practice and someone who starts slowly can often become a better subject than a fast starter.   However you cannot be hypnotised against your will.

Will I remember everything during hypnosis?

You may remember some things or most things.  Most clients report they don't remember everything from the sessions but that they started to behave and think differently after the sessions in line with their desired outcome.

Sometimes it will be necessary for you to remember certain pieces of the process in order to ensure your total success.  Occasionally clients believe they remember everything, because they are totally unaware of the information they have forgotten. Sometimes clients believe they may have fallen asleep and remember almost nothing about the process, although report feeling very relaxed.

Are there any side effects? 

At our clinic you are in safe hands.  Clients are treated with utmost care and your psychological health is our number one priority.  The worst possible side effect is that you may fall asleep during the hypnosis; however your subconscious is always listening.

On the other hand, the best possible side effect that you will notice is an improvement of your presenting problem and the knowledge that you were able to create your own success.

What is EFT?

 Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a therapeutic technique which uses manual ‘Tapping' by our fingers on various spots on the face, hands and upper body to help bring about positive emotional change.

EFT has amazing results by rapidly and safely freeing negative emotions which maybe attached to past and present events.

Your emotional health, your success in the world and your level of joy can all be dramatically enhanced by shifting the energies that regulate them.  Phobias and anxieties can be shifted in minutes; the grip of anger can be managed more reliably.

Help overcome unwanted emotions such as fear, guilt, shame, jealousy or anger.  Help change unwanted habits and behaviours.  Enhance your abilities to love, succeed and enjoy life.  Sometimes we can all do with a little help to deal with some of our life challenges.

What is the theory behind EFT?

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) brings together both Ancient Eastern wisdom and modern Western philosophies by utilising the Chinese meridian energy system. EFT is often described as ‘emotional acupuncture' without the needles. EFT is based on the assumption that we are all configurations of energy, therefore, when we experience negative emotions they are caused by a disruption in our energy systems. EFT uses tapping on key points on the body's energy meridians while thinking and/or vocalising a specific issue or emotion to rebalance the energy.

How does it work?

By shifting energy, we can change the way our brains process information about a particular issue, therefore, by tapping while tuned in to the issue is similar to rewiring or re-routing the brain's conditioned negative response. It can change both feelings and thinking.

Why does EFT work so well?

Our behaviour and thoughts are determined by our emotions. Often, no matter how hard we try to rationalise past and present events, we are still caught in the emotion. EFT allows us to reduce and even eliminate the trapped emotion, thereby allowing us to move forward and become free of the negative emotion.  By changing and transforming those old emotions, EFT provides clarity and perspective, which, in turn transforms both future thoughts and behaviours into something much more empowering than experienced before.

What can EFT be used for?

EFT can be used alongside Hypnotherapy or can be a treatment itself. EFT can be used for weight loss and smoking to help shift any cravings or negative beliefs.  EFT can be used to reduce fear, anxiety or compulsions connected to habits and addictions, it can also be used to heal past trauma, along with a host of other conditions, the list is endless.


What is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy, or ‘talk therapy' is a way to help clients with problems by teaching them strategies and gives them tools to deal with stress and unhealthy thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy helps patients manage their symptoms better and function at their best in everyday life.   Sometimes psychotherapy alone can be the best treatment for a person but is usually combined with hypnotherapy for full effect.


 What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?     

Cognitive behavioural therapy focuses on a person's thoughts and beliefs, and how they influence a person's mood and actions, and aims to change a person's thinking to be more adaptive and healthy. CBT focuses on a person's actions and aims to change unhealthy behavior patterns.

CBT helps a person focus on his or her current problems and how to solve them. Both patient and therapist need to be actively involved in this process. The therapist helps the patient learn how to identify distorted or unhelpful thinking patterns, recognize and change inaccurate beliefs, relate to others in more positive ways, and change behaviors accordingly.


What is NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming)?

NLP is quite simply the language of hypnosis and it's also about how we think, how we communicate and how we put together patterns or behaviour and emotions.
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