What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a natural state that most people can enter easily and naturally. This therapy is drug free and there is no scientific evidence for contraindication making it perfectly safe. Clinical hypnosis is also the most profound relaxant known to science. Read on to learn what experts say…
- Hypnosis - is a state of inner absorption, concentration, and focused attention. It is characterized by relaxation, some degree of suggestibility and when we are focused and concentrating, we are all more able to use our minds effectively (American Society of Clinical Hypnosis 2012)
- Hypnosis is an agreement between a person designated as the hypnotist and a person designated as the client or patient to participate in a psychotherapeutic technique based on the hypnotist providing suggestions for changes in sensation, perception, cognition, affect, mood, or behavior (MONTGOMERY 2010).
- Hypnosis is a natural state of relaxation which 90% of people experience everyday
- Hypnotherapy - is the therapy used by a therapist trained in hypnosis.
Clinical Hypnotherapy or clinical hypnosis - is also known as therapeutic or medical hypnosis. This is the use of hypnotherapy within a clinical or medical model and is generally used in the treatment of clinical conditions.