Another quick demonstration of classic hypnotic phenomenon such as hand stuck, number amnesia, name amnesia, even to the point where the trick didn’t take. You can’t win them all! :) Hypnosis works just as well online as it does face-to-face. It doesn’t matter if you are 4 feet or 400 miles away. This is a fun demonstration, hypnosis can also be used therapeutically to help with many things from anxiety disorders, phobias, bad habits (smoking, drinking, overeating, etc…) and more. Thank you Neil for being a good sport and volunteering Read more…
A quick demonstration of some of the techniques that can be used to help someone freeing themselves of limiting beliefs, mental blocks and negativity using hypnosis. This works just as well whether you are doing online from a different country or if you’re doing it face-to-face. Thank you Ginta for accepting to be recorded. And a big thank you to some of my trainers, as I used some of their techniques: The emotional detox from Karl Smith (https://ukhypnosisacademy.co.uk/) The Arrow technique from Freddy Jacquin (https://www.jacquinhypnosisacademy.com/)
A demonstration of how some phobias can be dealt with easily and rapidly with hypnosis, no matter how long you’ve suffered with the issue. In this case, we are dealing with a very common phobia which is spider phobia (arachnophobia).This works just as well whether you are doing online from a different country or if you’re doing it face-to-face. Thank you Emily for accepting to be recorded.
Phobias are a very common issue that many people suffer from. Here is a quick discussion about what phobias are and why hypnosis can help getting rid of them rapidly.
There are very simple yet effective techniques allowing you to manage the symptoms of stress and anxiety. Those are very useful as part of a mental aid first aid kit.
Folkestone Hypnotherapy is still open for face-to-face session, online sessions are also available. If you need help, just give me a shout! 🙂
This is a step in the right direction! Anti-depressants have their place in the toolbox, but you wouldn’t just give painkiller to someone with a broken leg and up the dosage when the pain gets too bad, would you? Unfortunately, that’s what happens too often with depression and anxiety. So it’s good to see a change in the recommendations. The next step would be for Nice to also offer hypnotherapy in the NHS as it is very effective. Yes, I’m biased but don’t take my word for it. The British Read more…