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What is Hypnotherapy?


Hypnotherapy is a recognised form of therapy that utilises the state of hypnosis to help individuals access their subconscious state, and with the use of hypnotic suggestions, helps improve the psychological and mental health of clients.

So what exactly is a Hypnotic State?


Have you ever been so deeply focused and immersed in your thoughts that you completely forgot to get off the bus?

Or have you ever been so engaged in your work at hand that you entered a stream of consciousness where time seems to get distorted? These are actually examples of self-hypnosis!

Hypnosis is a natural psychological state that one goes in and out of multiple times a day. Some hypnotic states feel similar to daydreaming, while others may feel different. Hypnosis is not only a natural psychological state, but it can also be utilised as a highly effective therapeutic tool.

Hypnosis can induce a state where people are more receptive to hypnotic suggestions.  In this state, the subconscious mind is more open to accepting new ideas.  When these new ideas are accepted, cognitive and behavioral patterns will likely change at the conscious level with long-lasting effects. Hypnotherapy is effective because it can bring about changes at the subconscious level, where more than 90% of human behavior is governed. As such, hypnosis can be more efficient and effective than other therapies where changes take place at the conscious level.

Is Hypnotherapy really valid? 

In fact, hypnotherapy has been recognised as formal psychotherapy since the 1950s by the American Psychological Association. The Royal Society of Medicine in the UK also recognises hypnotherapy as a formal treatment method and has established a section dedicated to promoting and researching hypnosis and psychosomatic medicine.

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Can hypnotherapy help you?

Since the 2000s, numerous higher education institutes including the medical schools of Harvard University and Stanford University in the United States have conducted multiple studies on hypnotherapy and have found significant therapeutic effects on phobias, depression symptoms, obsessive-compulsive disorder, low self-esteem, insomnia, sexual dysfunction, stress, smoking, colitis, headaches, and hypertension.

If you want to effectively manage stress or emotional distress, improve sleep quality, or simply boost your confidence and work efficiency, hypnotherapy can help you make these positive changes in life. By changing your thought patterns at both the subconscious and conscious levels, you can experience improvements in various aspects of your physical and mental health, as well as in your interpersonal relationships.


Depression, Anxiety, Emotional distress


Stress, Insomnia, Phobias


 Loss of loved ones or pets


Quitting Bad Habits


Weight Management


Discovering Life Purpose, Unleasing the Power Within

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