«The unconscious mind doesn't know the difference between the experience that's creating the emotion and the emotion that is created by our thoughts alone.» (Dr. Joe Dispenza)
Through hypnosis we can get down to the root causes of a problem and activate our innermost resources. Hypnosis is solution-oriented and leads to sustainable success. But more importantly, it allows us to let go of the past and to stand in the present. The future is then ours to shape.
I work with methods of modern hypnosis, and integrate the principles of Somatic Experiencing® according to Dr. Peter A. Levine. In addition to emotions and images, the body memory which is the deepest level of the unconscious mind, is included in the process.
Subconscious blocks can make life difficult, particularly if you are suffering from
- Subconscious blocks can make life difficult, particularly if you are suffering from
- Stress, burnout
- Anxiety such as flight fear, exam nerves, fear to present in public,
- Social Anxiety
- Fear of loss
- Lack of self-confidence
- Mobbing experiences
- Chronic pain
- Chronic fatigue
- Whiplash injury
- Experience of violance and abuse
- Teeth grinding
- or other undesirable behaviours.
When you have the feeling that you are your own worst enemy, hypnosis can help you find a solution.
Maybe you just give yourself the gift of a deep relaxing «feel good» hypnosis to release pressure, blockages and stress and to reload your batteries to better cope with your daily challenges.
Somatic Ego State Therapy®
Ego states therapy is also known as parts therapy. If one assumes that the human personality consists of different parts or aspects, then ego states are inner personality states or energies of the human inner life that are inherent to us all and shape our personality. Originally Ego States therapy was developed by John and Helen Watkins. Dr. Maggie Phillips is the founder of Somatic Ego States Therapy®.
These parts influence our behaviour. At the same time, they are important resources that we can access. We can support them to change and develop further and constructively integrate them into our inner team.
For example, we can reformulate disturbing or negative beliefs, and «I can’t» can become «I can», or a lack of self-esteem can develop into appreciation towards ourselves.
The exposure of a hypnotherapeutic treatment does not exclude the consultation of medical or other psychotherapeutic treatments. Hypnotherapy is considered as complimentary to other forms of therapies.