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How do I tell my partner that I’m having hypnotherapy?

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This is a very good question, and the answer is quite short... Just tell them, and if they are worried about the sessions, ask them to read this blog and watch the video below.

Hypnotherapy will always help you get better control over your life. So, really it’s nothing to feel worried, ashamed or embarrassed about.

It’s a very safe form of therapy and it’s important that you establish a good rapport with your hypnotherapist first of all and you feel comfortable with your therapist.

Contrary to popular belief – You will never reveal anything that you don’t want to and you will always be in control over what you say and you will never be asked to speak in the trance part of the session.

What will happen to me in a Hypnotherapy Session?

The session is conducted in two parts.

  1. The Coach Part
  2. The Couch Part

In the coach part of the session, which is conducted while you are seated, I will ask you solution focused questions and I will be listening very carefully to your answers, which I will be making a note of to be able to turn into your fully customised language pattern for the second part of the session.

The second part of the session is the trance or couch session. In this part, I will ask you to lie down and close your eyes and all you do is listen to the sound of my voice. The trance part of the session will help you relax very deeply so your conscious mind can rest and your subconscious mind can work for you.

Can my partner come along to my session?

If your partner is worried about what will happen in your sessions and you want to reassure them, they are most welcome to attend the Initial Consultation with you so I can explain exactly what we will be doing and how I work.
 
The Initial Consultation and all of your sessions can be conducted online. I run my online practice very safely and successfully on Zoom.

Is my Online Hypnotherapy Session secure on Zoom?

Yes, it is totally secure.
 
Once our session is scheduled in, I will send you a UNIQUE zoom link. This link is safe and secure from my end – (unless you send it to someone else).
 
At your session time, all you do is find a quiet and comfortable place to sit for the Initial Consultation (there is no lying down in the first session).
 
In further sessions, the first part of the session will be seated, and then you lie down for the second part of the session.

How many sessions will I need?

This is a “how long is a piece of string” question. Once I have seen you at the Initial Consultation, I will be able to give you a much better idea about that.
 
Generally as a rule of thumb – I see people for a few weeks regularly and then we go onto monthly maintenance sessions if that is something you feel you would like to do.
 
This is not the case for everyone, as all of you are unique, and so is your therapy!

How do I choose a Hypnotherapist?

It's VERY important to like your hypnotherapist, and also like their voice!

Watch this video I made for you!

Watch the video I have made for you below and it will help you get to see me and hear my voice and work out whether I would be someone you would like as your hypnotherapist!
There are no secrets to Hypnotherapy – it’s simply a very powerful and effective therapy and you as the client is ALWAYS in control.

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If you have any questions, just send me an email and I will be more than happy to answer them.
 
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