What's stopping you from resolving your habit?
Let me show you an effective way to break that cycle
- Regain control
- Choose a better option
- Tackle the triggers
- Break free
- Feel heathier
- Increase confidence
One thing is certain, there is a better way and I can help.
When we first learn to do something new, it takes a while for these new-found skills to become second nature. Taking driving, for example, most of us take many months of practice before we become competent, some can even take years before passing a driving test.
Simpler things, such as brushing our teeth become a habit far more easily, despite this, all behaviours follow the same neurological patterns.
Every habit will start with a trigger or cue, which tells the brain to go into ‘autopilot’ mode, which then allows the behaviour to take place, then follows the perceived reward.
Habits are in effect part of a neurological program, and the more the program runs, the more habitual our actions become.
It, of course then, makes sense that we need to break this cycle at a neurological level and hypnotherapy is a great way of helping facilitate this. (typo full stop)
How I can help you regain control of your habits.
There can be any number of reasons why we have adopted a bad habit, and some can be quite costly to continue.
Hypnotherapy will help you and empower you, and through positive suggestion we will help bring about positive change, sometimes this can occur in just a single session, although this will not always be the case.
We can look at what the triggers are and work to reverse the impact of these, whatever they maybe.
Some habits can be more complex than others, regardless of their complexity, together we can instil new more positive ways of thinking and acting.
Typically, 1-5 sessions will be required to successfully resolve an unwanted habit.
I can honestly say that I was very nervous, and I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. After 5 minutes of being hypnotised, I realised that all of my fears and reservations I had previously had went away and I began to feel really relaxed, I found that I was not only able to put all of the clutter and noise of day to day life to one side, but I was actually able to concentrate and focus on what I really wanted to achieve.
When you offered to help by giving some treatment to re-energise myself, I thought it was a good idea. I had no idea that your treatment would be so effective, and after just one session, I felt completely relaxed and empowered to take on a strenuous period in my business. I would have no hesitation in recommending you to those who wish to redress the balance of energy in their working lives.
I would like to thank you for the therapy session we had, where you taught me relaxation techniques. One of my main priorities with my clients is to put them at ease and explain the course of events and choices they have. You achieved that very quickly into the session, giving me a full explanation of how the session would progress and why. I was impressed by your knowledge and the extent of issues you can help.
Fifteen years in China living with spiders the size of dinner plates did not cure my arachnophobia. My youngest daughter, who idolises Spiderman and collects these little beasties did not help me either. Then I was introduced to you, one session was all it took. Now my daughter and I look for her little heroes together and I no longer squeal and run away…Thank you, Darren.
Although I am qualified in NLP and have a good understanding of Hypnotherapy, you used a technique that I was unfamiliar with, and you explained that this would have the power to resolve past experiences. I have to admit to being a little sceptical, and I was surprised and delighted to say that you were right! I have and will continue to recommend you with confidence.
I have for a number of months been in a difficult situation where I required some personal support and assistance. You were immediately able to provide me with both of these with reassurances and then follow-up with more support and assistance to help me deal the challenge. I could, without this advice and support, have been in a very different and difficult position.