Psychotherapy and Psycho-analysis (using Hypnosis)

 

Emotional issues such as anxiety/stress and psychological issues have great response with this type of treatment.

The main object of psychoanalytical therapy is to search for the original issue by using the method of free association. It allows the client to experience the underline issue that is causing them undue stress or anxiety, such as an panic attacks, phobias, low self esteem, or in fact any issue that is bothering them emotionally.

After this intense bottled up emotion is confronted and the client will have achieved resolve and a permanent relief of the symptom(s). This can also be known as realisation.
‘There is no reason at all why anyone should have to put up with something that is inside of themselves but outside their control’.

Either of these types of therapy can be used in conjunction with hypnosis which aids the process of free association, the random recall of past experiences.

Certain emotional experiences from our childhood can be hidden from the clients consciousness but directly linked with behaviors such as a phobias, anxiety, depression, stress/tension or more physical symptoms such as a stuttering, and stammering.

By examining these past events and allowing the associated emotions to be released, those patterns of behavior, the symptoms, become unnecessary and therefore cease to be.

Symptoms that can be helped with Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis:

Please remember that the list below is not exhaustive of the symptoms that can be helped. We can help all issues/ symptoms however obscure you may feel they are.

Alcoholism

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Anger

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Anorexia

A person with anorexia nervosa, often called anorexia, has an intense fear of gaining weight. Someone with anorexia thinks about food a lot and limits the food she or he eats, even though she or he is too thin. Anorexia is more than just a problem with food. It’s a way of using food or starving oneself to feel more in control of life and to ease tension, anger, and anxiety. Most people with anorexia are female.

 

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Anxieties

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Anxiety Attacks
Assault
Binge Eating

People with binge eating disorder often eat an unusually large amount of food and feel out of control during the binges. Unlike bulimia or anorexia, binge eaters do not throw up their food, exercise a lot, or eat only small amounts of only certain foods. Because of this, binge eaters are often overweight or obese.

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Blushing
Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)
Bulimia and Binging

Bulimia nervosa, often called bulimia, is a type of eating disorder. A person with bulimia eats a lot of food in a short amount of time (binging) and then tries to prevent weight gain by getting rid of the food (purging).

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Childhood Trauma
Chronic Fatigue
Compulsions
Depression

Depression is more than just feeling “blue” or “down in the dumps” for a few days. It’s a serious illness that involves the brain. With depression, sad, anxious, or “empty” feelings don’t go away and interfere with day-to-day life and routines. These feelings can be mild to severe. The good news is that most people with depression get better with treatment.

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Domestic Violence
Drinking Heavily
Emetophobia

This is a fear of being sick, aka: phagophobia, vomitophobia, vomit phobia, sickness phobia.

Associated fears: gagging, seeing others being sick, choking on food, pregnancy (due to possibility of morning sickness), drowning, and social phobia.

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Enuresis
Fear of being sick
Fetishes
Frigidity
Guilt
IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
Impotence
Inhibitions
Insomnia or Sleep Problems
Lack of Confidence
Low Self Esteem
ME / CFS
Migraines
Nail biting
Obsessions
Anxiety related problems include obsessions and compulsions or obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Obsessions are not the same as compulsions and the two are often confused. Read More….
OCD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a type of anxiety disorder that involves repetitive, unwanted thoughts, called obsessions, and repetitive behaviors called compulsions.

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Panic Attacks
Paranoia
Paruresis / Shy Bladder
Phobias
The word phobia was first documented about two thousand years ago by the Roman medical writer Celsus, to describe morbid fears. Phobias are an external symbol of an internal anxiety…so strong overwhelming emotions that we feel inside…are set off by something outside. Read more at our Phobias page.
Poor Self Image / Poor Self Esteem
Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation (PE) means ‘coming too quickly’.

It’s one of the predominant of all sexual problems amongst men. Recently, there has been a survey of several thousand English males, and approximately 10 percent of men said that they ‘often’ or ‘sometimes’ have premature ejaculation during and before sex.

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PTSD
Self Harm
Self Hatred
Sexual Abuse
Sexual Problems
Shyness
Shy Bladder or Shy Pee
Slimming or Weight Loss
Smoking Cessation

Why not experience the wonderful enhancement that hypnotherapy can give you to help you to stop smoking, with ease and without any of those cravings, leaving you feeling completely great and wonderful as a non-smoker. Stop smoking the easy way with Hypnotherapy.

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Social Phobia

Social anxiety is the fear of social situations and the interaction with other people that can automatically bring on feelings of self-consciousness, judgment, evaluation, and inferiority.

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Stuttering and Stammering
Tension
Vaginismus
Violence in Relationships