Therapy is aimed at getting to the root cause of the persons symptoms. With the use of regression it is possible to get to the negative experiences which have been repressed.
The more of the past that is dealt with, the more free the person becomes of their negative symptoms. Working under the principle of cause and effect there is always a cause for the effect (symptoms). In most cases the person is totally unaware what the cause is at the beginning of the therapy. As the therapy progresses, the work of regression and reliving past, traumatic or negative experiences will enable them to reach a liberating, enlightenment of the cause of their problems.
Therapy is also a useful tool to develop personal growth. It creates more space in the mind, leaving the individual more capacity to process more information. The more baggage (Unresolved issues) we carry in our minds, the less we function efficiently. During childhood, we are more prone to repressing negative experiences in our subconscious. These experiences however model our adult behaviour and how we react to certain situations. Therapy gives the person the opportunity to resolve childhood conflicts, leaving the person feeling happier and more ‘together’ within themselves.
There are TWO entirely different treatments using Conscious Hypnosis:
SUGGESTION THERAPY – which is used for simpler problems such as smoking, nail biting, pre-test nerves, slimming, relaxation, confidence boosting, etc. and which require only one or two sessions with perhaps a booster later on.
ANALYTICAL THERAPY – which is used to discover CAUSES of psychological problems (the two therapies can be used together).
Hypno-Analysis can be summarised briefly as the doctrine of ‘cause and effect’; every effect (the symptom) must have a cause. Hypno-Analysis reveals and thus removes the cause, and consequently relieves the symptoms.
Emotional problems respond particularly well to Conscious ‘Hypno-Analysis’. The object of Analysis is to bring you to a moment of surprising and liberating enlightenment’. From an early stage in therapy the person should begin to feel better, and their mind clearer. This release should eventually be complete and lasting by finding and removing the remaining originating causes - as opposed to the mere control of symtoms by suggestion.
There is no reason why anyone should put up with something ‘inside themselves but outside their control’. Provided they are prepared to devote time, money, effort and self-discipline to be free of their problem. The use of Conscious Hypnosis dramatically ‘speeds up’ Analysis, and similar results can be achieved in a shorter time than as would be expected from more conventional analysis.
As this text makes clear we deal with many, many problems. You can be sure, however that whether you are a modest smoker merely needing a little help to stop, or a suicidal melancholic feeling you have little to live for, you will in either case receive the best attention at all times. Your Therapist will respect totally your confidentiality and right to privacy and anonymity.