Modern science has come a long way in treating many addictions, but many people are now turning to complementary therapies such as hypnotherapy to help them quit their addiction habit with minimal side effects and withdrawal symptoms.
Hypnotherapy can be very effective in helping to treat a wide range of addictions. It can be used to reinforce the behavioural changes that are sought by those seeking to break their addictions.
Hypnotherapy can help people with a range of issues from high stress and low self esteem to motivation and self improvement. It is not a cure in and of itself, and should be used as part of a broader treatment programme.
Hypnotherapy aims to retrain the subconscious mind in order to affect and modify any sort of behaviours, including addictive ones.
Quite often an addict carries a strong physical dependence with the addiction as well as a psychological one, which are both addressed with hypnotherapy. Before treatment can take place, the individual must want to, or already have given up their habit.
Most addictions may be treated in three to four sessions. However if the addiction is more long-standing, additional treatment may be required.
Louise Nonweiler (Dip Hyp DNLP GQHP GHRreg Dip Psych Dip. Mindfulness IAHT)
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