Hypnotherapy is the application of hypnosis to therapy and is known to improve the results obtained from other therapies when it is applied to them. For example, a meta-analysis published in 1995 indicated that results from Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy improved in 70% of cases when hypnosis was employed as part of the therapy.
Not Just “Suggestion” or “Analysis”
Hypnotherapy is not just “suggestion” or “analysis” as stated by many inexperienced or badly trained hypnotherapists or just “suggestion” as pigeonholed by the NHS.
Stephen Rigby is trained in many forms of therapy including behavioural, cognitive and cognitive-behavioural approaches not to mention counselling, psychotherapy and approaches like NLP.
How Many Sessions are Required?
The issues on this website appear to respond to the combination of approaches in which I am trained, often within four sessions (see here) and you can check out the prices here. It is, however, important to remember that everyone is different and responds differently to therapy. This means that results from therapy may vary.
Finally, hypnotherapy is not a replacement for proper medical care. With medical issues you should always seek advice from the appropriate medical practitioner before consulting a hypnotherapist.
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