Hypnotherapy is the practice of hypnosis that can be used to help heal a number of different issues. Essentially, hypnosis is a tool that can be used to achieve a heightened state of awareness, allowing access to your subconscious mind to target specific issues. There is no one-size-fits-all with hypnotherapy, as each type of hypnosis needs to be melded to suit each individual. Let’s take a look at five different uses of hypnotherapy so you can decide with methodology is best for your situation.

  1. What is Solution Focused Hypnotherapy (SFH)?

As you have probably guessed from its name, SFH or Solution Focused Hypnotherapy is aimed at finding solutions rather than problems. In other words, your hypnotherapist doesn’t help you to delve into the cause of your issues; instead, they help you to make positive changes in your life, very quickly. 

SFH combines hypnosis with psychotherapy and focuses on the present and the future, not on the past. This type of hypnotherapy acknowledges where you are currently in your life, where you want to be and helps you to make the necessary changes. It’s ideal for reducing depression, anxiety, panic attacks and minor phobias, whilst increasing self-esteem and confidence. SFH is also useful for overcoming roadblocks in your life that are preventing you from achieving your career goals or for personal development. 

In short, SFH can help you to set and achieve goals, boost your motivation, identify your strengths and weaknesses, overcome obstacles, learn new skills and achieve greater levels of success in both your personal and professional lives. 

  1. What is Hypno-Psychotherapy?

At the other end of the spectrum, we find Hypno-Psychotherapy , which helps you to gain deeper insight into emotional, social or mental issues. It can be combined with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) or Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) to address deep-set issues, such as trauma or abuse. Hypno-Psychotherapy is based around creating a comfortable, supportive and safe environment where you can explore these deep issues without feeling threatened in any way.

Ultimately, this deeper understanding, brought about by a combination of hypnosis and either CBT or NLP, helps you to gain a greater understanding of your distress. This understanding can lead to discovering alternative ways of dealing with these issues, or it can result in changes to your behaviour or the way you think about these problems. 

  1. What is Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT)?

Just as Hypno-Psychotherapy is a hybrid of hypnosis and either CBT or NLP, Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a mix of hypnosis, CBT, Psychotherapy, NLP and Regression. This therapy is based on the belief that your past experiences, beliefs and habits build patterns in your subconscious mind and influence how you live your life today. Once you understand these influences, you can change how you live your life from then onwards.

RTT can be used to access deep-seated traumas or past experiences that have caused obstacles in your life and prevented you from moving forward. Once identified, these blocks can be released, leading to rapid and transformative changes very quickly. That’s why it’s called Rapid Transformational Therapy!

  1. What is Past Life Regression? 

This is a type of hypnotherapy that uses hypnosis to recover memories from previous lives. This might not be for everyone, but if you suffer from recurring nightmares, unexplained phobias or continual relationship problems, it’s a therapy that might give you some answers and solutions. Over the years, Past Life Regression has become a valuable tool for people who want to have a better understanding of themselves and can be transformative in some individuals. It can help you to understand why you respond in certain ways and identify the root cause of these responses.

  1. What is Time Line Therapy (TLP)?

TimeLine Therapy was developed from a mix of hypnosis and NLP and is based on a linear ordering of our memories. It’s a therapy that is very useful for removing painful feelings or emotions that are attached to prior memories, showing you how to deal with similar situations if they occur in the future. TLP can lead to significant personal growth and long-lasting transformations, particularly when dealing with strong emotions such as anger, rage, fear, guilt, PTSD, depression, stress, grief and so on. Essentially, TLP can help you to release specific emotions and beliefs that keep you stuck in the past, allowing you to live in the present and create a better future for yourself.

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