What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy and Pure Hypnoanalysis The most successful form of therapy available – Fast, Effective, Empowering.

The are two main types of hypnotherapy practised by IAPH therapists:

1. Suggestion Therapy (sometimes called ‘Clinical Hypnosis’),

2. ‘Pure Hypnoanalysis’ (a unique therapy only practised by the IAPH)

Defined as

In the Oxford English Dictionary, hypnosis is defined as “the induction of a state of consciousness in which a person loses the power of voluntary action and is highly responsive to suggestion or direction”. It is closer to daydreaming than sleep, because the subject remains alert all the time and it can be compared to the feeling of immersion in an absorbing book or film.

Pure Hypnoanalysis is a process which aims to get to the root of issues and release them. It does not rely on putting a suggestion into the mind but getting into what is holding an individual back.

Pure Hypnoanalysis is taught and practised by the IAPH has been in a constant state of development since 1974.

Pure Hypnoanalysis can only takes a few (weekly) sessions -typically between 6-10. In fact, you will only ever be charged for a maximum of 12 sessions if applicable.

Suggestion Therapy is ‘normal’ hypnotherapy. When you hear the term ‘hypnotherapy’ used in the media, they are (most often) referring to this type of therapy. Basically, you will be relaxed into a lovely, calm, light hypnotic state – you will be wide awake and fully in control and the therapist will talk to you in a soothing voice putting auto suggestions into the sub-concious.

Suggestion therapy can be very effective, but the results are only temporary – hence it is particularly useful when short-term benefits are needed. Suggestion therapy is often one, or maybe two sessions in length.

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