Welcome to New Dawn Hypnotherapy
Whenever you hear the word ‘hypnosis’, I wonder what comes into your mind because it is all too often linked with ‘stage hypnosis’ that can be seen in a theatrical performance.
Hypnosis used as a therapy (hypnotherapy), is a psychological phenomenon that is backed by clinical research and is proven effective in the treatment of many different illnesses.
In psychology, hypnosis is a state of highly focussed attention or concentration and is associated with relaxation and heightened suggestibility. In this state many people are more open and willing to acknowledge helpful and positive suggestion than they would in normal circumstances.
Some people think that under hypnosis that they will lose their free will…..but this is untrue as people are completely in control of their mind and body throughout the whole procedure and would never do anything they would find objectionable. During hypnosis a client is simply in a heightened state of concentration.
Hypnotherapy has in numerous studies shown to be effective in treating….. phobias, addictions, anxiety disorders, changing negative habits, reducing stress, controlling pain, sleeping disorders, helping in childbirth, reduction of IBS symptoms…… the list goes on.
The links provide more information on what hypnotherapy can offer you.
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Should you have any questions or concerns or would like to book an appointment please contact me by telephone: 023 8084 8929
If an answer machine is switched on, then it means I am engaged and if you leave a message I WILL return your call.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Latest food for thought……
Happiness is like a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp; but which, if you sit down quietly, may alight upon you.
Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1804-1864, American writer.
New Dawn Hypnotherapy is the name given by Chris Harrison to his hypnotherapy practice in Hythe, which is situated along what is known as the Waterside, between Southampton and the New Forest.