What about HYPNOSIS?

Hypnosis employs a naturally occurring state of mind and it may surprise many to learn that we experience trance states often during our lives, even several times during each day.  Just drifting into ordinary sleep involves a kind of trance state, typically one where our mind is becoming free of verbal thinking (left brain) and entering a more visual state (right brain), similar to that of dream sleep.

The experience of hypnosis is in many ways similar to the sleepy hypnogogic state: being neither asleep nor awake and prone to imagery and association, with a pleasant feeling of calmness and relaxation behind it all.

Clinical Hypnotherapy

Clinical Hypnotherapy means using hypnosis to treat a variety of medical and psychological problems.  It does not usually deal with problems that have an organic origin but those that are due to emotional and psychological sources.  It is estimated that 85% of people will readily respond to clinical hypnotherapy and it may even succeed where other, more conventional methods of treatment have been slow to produce the desired results.

When carried out by a professionally trained and skilled hypnotherapist, the benefits are usually long lasting and often permanent.  It is completely natural and safe, with no harmful side effects.

Amanda is our clinical hypnotherapist. She is a lecturer at the University of West London, training doctors and psychiatrists in clinical hypnosis.  Through hypnosis Amanda can help with:-

Stopping smoking, nail biting, weight control, healthy eating, anxiety, depression, childbirth, memory and concentration, self confidence, sleep disorders and much more.


Amanda is a full member of The British Society of Clinical Hypnisis (Bsch) and you can contact her directly on:-

07812 196798 or at amandaevans-hypnotherapy.co.uk 

If you would like more information about hypnosis and hypnotherapy please visit www.bsch.org.uk