Sara K. Gurton D.Hyp., PDCBHyp
Sara qualified with the London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH) in 2006, is registered with the BSCH (British Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists), and is qualified in Clinical Hypnosis (Practitioner Diploma) and Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (Practitioner Diploma).
She is fully insured to practice.
What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnosis (from the Greek hypnos, "sleep") is often thought to be a trance-like state that resembles sleep but is induced by a person whose suggestions are readily accepted by the subject.
The technique is sometimes used for medical purposes to relieve anxiety, or otherwise improve or alter behaviour. Its effectiveness has been clinically demonstrated in many areas, most notably in the area of holistic pain relief - mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual.
Hypnotherapy is a term to describe the use of hypnosis in a therapeutic context. It can be used in the treatment of various conditions, for example:
- The cessation of smoking
- Eating disorders: obesity and anorexia.
- The treatment of dissociative disorders, phobias, habit change, depression and post-traumatic syndromes.
- Healing therapy
- Relationship difficulties
- Self image
- Self esteem
- Life crisis
- Spiritual healing