Hypnotherapy and Regression Therapy

  • Hypnosis

Hypnosis is not a therapy in itself, but is a great tool to help make the part of the mind often referred to as unconscious more attentive and to touch on the internal therapeutic resources of each one.

Hypnosis is thus a modified state of consciousness that enables direct with intensity the attention and concentration of a person, for one or another subject. In this perspective, it is a form of communication that takes the individual to think about himself and by himself. The lack of everything that’s out of the limelight decreases considerably and even the notion of time can change.

We all go through hypnotic states during the 24 hours of the day, when we alienate from everything around us – when we’re reading a book, watching a movie or involved intensively in our thoughts. These modified states of consciousness occur in a random fashion, and can also be programmed and played at a given time by his own (self hypnosis), or with the help of a Hypnotherapist.

 

  • Areas of intervention:
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Chronic, labor and acute pain;

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Stress, anxiety, fears, phobias and panic attacks;

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Insomnia;

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Stutter, biting nails, suck on fingers and ticks;

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Sports and intellectual efficiency;

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Ability to concentrate and learning;

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Alcoholism, smoking and drug addiction;

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Feeding behavior disorders;

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Sexual dysfunction;

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Depressive States;

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Difficulties of grief and loss;

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People with suicidal ideas, with strong feelings of loneliness, marital relationship problems, family or professional.