Case Study: Hypnotherapy for Anxiety

Case Study: Hypnotherapy for Anxiety

Fred used to experience continuous anxiety. Even when speaking with him, one got a sense that he was always on edge, suspicious and tense. This made it difficult for him to focus on his studies and made transitions into new environments very difficult.

During his sessions, Fred practiced relaxation techniques and visualized himself calming down in stressful situations. He professed that the exercises were helping him become more relaxed; and after several sessions he moved to a new location and got a job, the thought of which he had previously found “terrifying”.

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Case Study: Hypnotherapy for Guilt

Case Study: Hypnotherapy for Guilt

Guilt is a recurring theme amongst many clients, two specific instances come to mind because of their similarity: Carl and Danny both discovered during a session that they were being held back in life by an inner voice that told them they were not good enough because...

Case Study: Hypnotherapy for Career Guidance

Case Study: Hypnotherapy for Career Guidance

Brett was a medical school student who had burnt out after several years of study. He no longer connected emotionally to his initial motivation to become a doctor, and as a result was finding his studies tedious and uninspiring. He was finding that other people’s...

The Most Offensive Word in the English Language

The Most Offensive Word in the English Language

The most offensive word in the English language starts with an S. But it’s not a four letter word. In fact, it’s quite unassuming at first. It’s the word “should”. Should implies expectation, from either yourself or other people. And expectations are always caustic,...