Pain is a signal that something isn't right, however, if we know this, do we constantly need to be reminded?
We can change
the way we experience
pain and can often
reduce its severity
- Enhance mobility
- Improve independence
- Feel more comfortable
- Become happier
- Resolve trauma
- Develop pain control
Could hypnotherapy and the work I do with eye movement therapy be the answer?
There are ways where, it is possible to reduce the levels of pain one might experience. It is, of course, important to add that pain is a signal to let us know something isn’t quite right.
So, it is, of course, important then to consult your GP, should you experience any pain or discomfort, especially if the symptoms persist. You would need to consult your doctor or other medical professional prior to seeking my help.
It is, however, possible to help reduce levels of discomfort especially with longer-term pain issues such as arthritis and fibromyalgia, to name just a few.
Numerous clinical trials have also been undertaken with Clinical Hypnotherapy and conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, where hypnosis has been proven effective in reducing the impact of such conditions.
In my experience, there can be any number of other issues, which can play a part in the cause of pain, and unresolved trauma may sometimes be a contributory https://valtabs.com factor.
Stress and anxiety can also, often be linked to issues related to pain, and these react well to hypnotherapeutic treatment.
How I can help you regain control.
Hypnotherapy is a great way to reduce pain and there are number of positive side effects that can come about through hypnotherapeutic invention.
As with all my clients, I tailor my help to find the most effective route for each individual client and offer Clinical Hypnotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy, Neuro-linguistic programming and a whole host of other professional techniques. So, you can be assured that I’m always striving to deliver positive change as rapidly as possible.
Complementary therapy is often beneficial, for those looking to resolve pain and associated issues.
Past physical or emotional trauma may sometimes need resolving and this is an area I’ve helped with many times.
I will also teach you, how to use self-hypnosis techniques which will enable you to practice reducing your own levels of pain and discomfort.
Through my work as an Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapist, I’m able to play a positive role in helping those that seek my help.
Remember, I’m able to help either in person at York Clinic for Integrated Healthcare, or remotely via a webcam on Skype, Zoom or Microsoft Teams.
So, if your looking for a skilled hypnotherapist, with a wealth of experience, we can either meet in person, within a Covid secure environment or I can provide hypnotherapy online wherever in the world you might be.
Typically, 2-4 sessions will be sufficient to successfully help reduce pain and discomfort. One area in which I’ve had especially good results, is where the pain relates to a traumatic event.