Hypnotherapy

Jayne Shaw Hypnotherapy

Seek change...take control...

What is solution focused hypnotherapy?

Solution focused hypnotherapy is a practical modern model of excellence, that uses effective interventions. The focus is on the present and future and not on the past, allowing you to come up with solutions which can be worked towards. Solution focused therapy looks at what you want to achieve rather than on the problem that prompted you to seek change. The type of psychotherapy I practise does not involve you analysing painful memories, rather we acknowledge any painful events that have happened, then help you to move from where you are to where you want to be.
It is important to understand that you do have to apply some effort to bring about change, hypnotherapy is not something that is done to you.

How can hypnotherapy help me?

Through working together, Solution Focused Hypnotherapy can help with:
National Council for Hypnotherapy
Association for Solution Focused Hypnotherapy
  • Confidence & self esteem
  • Weight management
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Low mood
  • Stopping smoking
  • Sleep
  • Bereavement
  • Pain management
  • Sports performance
  • Motivation
  • Blood pressure
  • Bowel problems
  • Phobias
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder

What happens during a hypnotherapy session?

During your free initial consultation, we will identify what you want to achieve by coming to therapy. We will then discuss how the mind works, focusing on the intellectual and primitive mind and the role they play in the symptoms you are experiencing. You will then be given a free CD/download to listen to each night before you go to sleep which will help start the process off. Provided you are willing to make changes, hypnotherapy can help you get to where you want to be. In subsequent sessions we will talk about the progress you have made, looking at the positives and focusing on solutions rather than dwelling on problems. I will then guide you into a relaxed state of hypnosis, which is simply a state of focused attention and very ordinary in many ways. We go into hypnosis naturally many times in a day, whilst we are driving, watching television, exercising etc.
Contrary to what is portrayed in the media, hypnosis does not involve the therapist taking control of your mind! You cannot be hypnotised unless you want to be or be made to do anything you do not want to.