Sydney’s Most Effective Hypnotherapy

Safe, effective and efficient.

Have you ever been totally absorbed while reading a book, sitting at the traffic light or watching a movie? Did you zone out to the point you didn’t notice what else was going on around you? If so, you’ve experienced a trance-like state that’s similar to what happens to you during hypnosis.

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind that allows you to use your subconscious mind to learn new behaviours and achieve goals, rapidly and effectively. It is a safe, effective modality that enables you to access the part of your mind that stores the key to unlocking the causes of your problem, as opposed to many of the talking therapies that simply address the symptoms of the of the problem.

Hypnosis allows you to bypass your conscious mind, and work through your out dated, limiting and often self-defeating beliefs that lead to problematic thoughts and behaviours. Once you address, understand, heal and reprogramme these old beliefs you are able to adopt new, healthy beliefs that will translate into more adaptive thoughts, behaviours and relationships. This is liberating and life changing.

Hypnosis is not about mind control, so your cooperation is necessary. While everyone can be hypnotized, because hypnosis is a normal subconscious state, you can resist if you wish. However, if you have a genuine desire to change a behaviour or habit, overcome a fear, or learn a new skill, then resisting hypnosis ruins your capacity to follow the suggestions and so motivate your mind for change.

When you’re under hypnosis:

  • Your attention is more focused

  • You’re deeply relaxed and calm

  • You’re more open to suggestions, and less critical or disbelieving

Hypnosis has many uses including but not limited to:

  • Fears or phobias e.g. fear of flying, fear of heights

  • Losing weight

  • Quitting smoking

  • Improving confidence, self-esteem, assertiveness

  • Increasing motivation e.g. to study for exams, to train/exercise regularly or harder

  • Harnessing performance anxiety

  • Breaking habits