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  • Can anyone be hypnotized?
    Most people can, providing they are able to understand the things they have to do in order to achieve this state.
  • Can I be made to say or do anything against my will whilst I am in hypnosis?
    No. Clinical hypnosis is not the same as stage hypnosis, you are free to accept or reject any suggestions made.
  • Will I be aware of what is happening or being said whilst I am in the hypnosis state?
    Yes. You will feel deeply relaxed but will never lose contact with the Hypnotherapist’s voice.
  • What happens if I don’t come out of trance or something happens to the Hypnotherapist before I am brought out?
    You would simply come out of the trance naturally as the rapport would be lost with the Hypnotherapist. No-one has ever remained in trance indefinitely.
  • Will I be able to drive afterwards?
    Yes. You will still be feeling relaxed, however your actions and reactions will be functioning super efficiently.
  • When I am in hypnosis am I unconscious?
    No, you are in a state half-way between sleep and awake.
  • Can hypnotherapy cause abreaction?
    Yes, if an abreaction occurs during hypnotherapy, it generally subsides as the intense emotional release is processed. The therapist guides the client through the experience, helping them to understand and integrate the emotions. it can happen during and after session.
  • If the therapists is working with client and client is not willing to do the work, would hypnotherapy work?
    If the client is not willing to engage or do the work, hypnotherapy is unlikely to be effective. The success of hypnotherapy largely depends on the client's openness, cooperation, and active participation. A lack of willingness can hinder the therapeutic process, making it difficult for the therapist to facilitate meaningful progress.
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