Common Anxiety-Related Issues We Encounter
- Persistent, excessive worrying about everyday events and activities.
- Feeling agitated or restless, with an inability to relax.
- Experiencing panic attacks, characterised by sudden, intense fear or discomfort.
- Avoidance of social situations due to fear of judgement or embarrassment.
- Difficulty concentrating or mind going blank due to anxiety.
- Irrational fears or phobias impact daily life.
- Disturbed sleep patterns, including trouble falling or staying asleep.
- Physical symptoms like rapid heartbeat, sweating, trembling, or fatigue.
- Gastrointestinal issues are often exacerbated by nervousness.
- Overwhelming feelings of dread or apprehension about the future.
How Hypnosis Eliminates These Issues
Easing Persistent Worrying
Reducing Agitation and Restlessness
Preventing Panic Attacks
Overcoming Social Anxiety
Regulating Sleep Patterns
Alleviating Physical Symptoms
Easing Gastrointestinal Issues
Dispelling Dread and Apprehension
Integrated Therapeutic Approach for Fear-Based Responses
We use hypnotherapy to access and positively influence the subconscious mind, addressing the deep-rooted causes of anxiety and reshaping anxious thought patterns.
This involves exploring the underlying emotional and psychological factors contributing to anxiety providing insights and strategies for managing and overcoming these issues.
Through counselling, we offer a supportive space for clients to discuss their anxiety openly, facilitating personal understanding and development of coping mechanisms.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
NLP techniques are employed to alter negative thought processes and behaviours associated with anxiety, reinforcing positive and empowering mental states.
Grounded in psychological principles, our approach involves applying evidence-based strategies to improve cognitive functioning and emotional regulation related to anxiety.