Trauma is a psychological response to a deeply distressing or disturbing experience or event that overwhelms an individual & ability to cope.

Trauma can cause a range of symptoms such as anxiety, depression, flashbacks, nightmares, and intrusive thoughts that can significantly impact an individual & quality of life.

Clinical hypnosis is a therapeutic technique that helps clients access the subconscious mind, which is where memories, emotions, and beliefs are stored. Hypnosis can help clients identify and process the emotions and memories associated with their traumatic experiences in a safe and supportive environment.

During hypnosis as a clinical hypnotherapist with over a decade of clinical experience, my client is guided into a state of deep relaxation, which quiets the conscious mind and enhances the clients receptiveness to positive suggestions and affirmations. This relaxed state allows me to help my client access and work through repressed emotions and memories that may be contributing to their trauma symptoms.

Hypnotherapy can also help clients reframe their experiences and develop more positive coping strategies. By identifying negative beliefs and thought patterns and replacing them with more empowering ones, clients can improve their mental and emotional well-being and reduce their trauma symptoms.

Overall, clinical hypnosis can be an effective approach for treating trauma. By accessing the subconscious mind and promoting relaxation and healing, hypnotherapy can help clients process their emotions, reframe their experiences, and develop new coping strategies that support their recovery. As a clinical hypnotherapist, I have seen firsthand the positive impact that hypnotherapy can have on client’s struggling with trauma, and I remain committed to using this powerful tool to help my clients achieve lasting healing, recovery and peace of mind.