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Frequently Asked Questions

The modern father of hypnotherapy was a physician called Franz Mesmer, who used hypnosis to treat patients in Vienna and Paris. Throughout the years hypnotherapy has interested the likes of Emile Coue, who developed the affirmation technique to Sigmund Freud, Clark Hull, and of course, the great Milton Erickson, who was a remarkable man and a highly effective psychotherapist. Over the years, hypnosis has gained ground and respectability within the medical profession. It has been shown to help many people relieve pain and anxiety and aid smoking cessation, weight loss, sleep, and many more.


What is Hypnotherapy, and how does it work?

What does hypnosis feel like?

Can I get stuck or lose control in hypnosis?

How many hypnotherapy sessions will I need?

What is the role of the conscious and subconscious mind?

Can I be hypnotised to do or say things against my will?

Will I know what is happening, and will I remember the session?

Can anyone be hypnotised?

"Day by day in every way I am getting better and better."
-  Emile Coue  -

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