Frequently asked questions

Is the service completely confidential?

Yes. I will not disclose any information without the express permission of the client unless required by law if an offence has been committed.

Can anyone be hypnotised?

Yes. And most people will enter at least a light trance which is sufficient for most purposes.

Will I lose control?

No. You will be in control at all times and cannot be made to do anything you don’t want to do.

Is it possible that you may not be able to wake me up?

You cannot get stuck in the hypnotic state. The hypnotic state can be likened to daydreaming and you can return to full alertness at any time you wish, without my help.

How do I know a hypnotherapist is properly qualified?

Make sure they belong to a recognised professional body such as the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH), The Association for Solution Focused Hypnotherapy (AfSFH) or the Department of Health approved CNHC. All of these organisations have strict codes of conduct which their members must abide by.

Will I be aware of what’s going on?

You will be fully aware of what’s going on. You may not remember everything said to you, just as you may not remember everything said to you in everyday life.

Can you guarantee hypnotherapy will work for me?

No hypnotherapist can guarantee that hypnotherapy will work for a specific client.

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