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Hypnotherapy for Trauma and Abuse.

The human psyche is complex. It has the remarkable ability to bury memories deep within, creating barriers as a protective mechanism. When someone experiences trauma or abuse, these barriers can sometimes prevent healing, leaving to disorders such as PTSD, anxiety, depression, mental illness, chronic diseases and more.

This is where hypnotherapy can work wonders.

At a Healthier you wellness center, we offer virtual or in office Alchemical hypnotherapy.

Alchemical Hypnotherapy is based on the practices of the ancient Alchemists, and uses hypnosis to access powerful internal resources and guides within the subconscious mind to affect lasting change.

Alchemical Hypnotherapy uses 'interactive trance', a state of deep relaxation where the client is always conscious and, most importantly, in control of what happens. Clients are free to accept or reject any suggestion I make; I am simply the travel guide on this journey, and although I may get a sense of what is happening at certain points, I rely on their feedback so that we can work together to resolve whatever situations arise.

To induce trance I simply use my voice. The client is usually lying down with their eyes closed, while I guide them through a body relaxation, then maybe a guided visualization, such as a walk through the woods or along a beach, and from that point we journey back to the root cause of the issue.

The wonderful advantage of hypnotherapy is that for the client there is nothing to do to get to the root of their problem, other than to sink into relaxation in order to allow the subconscious to take them to the most relevant place. As well as being easy and extremely pleasant, this can bypass all the speculation, talking, analyzing and working things out that the conscious mind is so fond of.

Alchemical Hypnotherapy helps clients find their inner healing resources within the subconscious mind and teaches them to work with these powerful resources every day.

Through Alchemical Hypnotherapy we are not dependent on the therapist, instead are empowered to access our own latent healing and transformative power within.

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