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Would you like to feel more confident and happy, reduce levels of stress and anxiety, quit smoking, lose weight or simply just get rid of those unwanted fears and phobias?  Well, you can with hypnotherapy.  Let me explain a little more about this wonderfully relaxing treatment therapy.

Hypnotherapy is a complimentary therapy that utilizes the power of positive suggestion to bring about subconscious changes to our thoughts, feelings and behaviour.

 
What is hypnotherapy?
Clinical hypnotherapy is a solution-based therapy which focuses on the client and the changes that they would like to make.  This is much more effective than just concentrating on 'what is wrong' with the person.  Hypnotherapy deals with the client's individual needs which can, therefore, have a longer lasting effect for the client.
 
So, how can hypnosis help?
Hypnosis is a way of relaxing the mind and body so that the subconscious mind can easily be accessed and positive actions and changes made.  First of all - let's take a look at our 'subconscious' mind.  This is where our beliefs, habits and behaviours are stored as information.  Unfortunately, it is also the source of many of our major problems and concerns too.  So, just how can hypnotherapy help?  Clinical hypnosis is a natural and effective technique which is used to access the subconscious mind.  This has the potential  to change our unwanted habits and behaviours, thus offering solutions to our problems and concerns.  It really is as simple as that!
At Complete Hypnotherapy
Carol offers FREE initial consultations with no obligation to book any further sessions, you really have nothing to lose.

 
Use the power of the mind to help you improve the quality of your life, both physically and mentally.
 
Life is too short to feel unhappy or unfulfilled, so, why not take that 'first step' in getting better today
 
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