What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy is the therapeutic use of hypnosis. It is completely natural and safe, with no harmful side effects and is used to address the clients subconscious mind.
Our mind works on two levels: the conscious mind where we make decisions, think and act and our subconscious which is the automatic facility of the mind; controlling our habits, behaviour patterns and containing all our memories. Good quality hypnosis produces a deep state of relaxation enabling the subconscious mind to focus easily on the things needing change, free from the analytical or anxious thoughts of the conscious mind. Using the power of your imagination, direct suggestion and analytical techniques we work with you to make that beneficial change. It’s nothing like stage hypnosis, we are respectful to you and you do remain aware and are in control!

Hypnotherapy is likened to keyhole surgery, it is short, sharp and to the point, which allows the therapist to access the root cause of the problems in the shortest possible time and help you fix the cause not just manage the symptoms.


Advanced Hypnotherapy
Advanced Hypnotherapy allows you to make positive changes in your life. Working as a partnership, the therapist works with you and your sub-conscious to get rid of unwanted habits or problems.
It can allow you to return to a memory that, although long forgotten, may be causing you to behave in a certain way. Allowing you to review the issues concerned, release negative emotions, heal any hurt and make rapid permanent changes for your relief and benefit.

Whether you have a specific problem or want to enhance your life by learning a new language, excel at your favourite sport or even delve into your past with Regression Therapy, Hypnosis can be used to further any human endeavour!

Finding The Answer has a tool kit full of therapeutic techniques which can be used to help clients improve their lives. All therapies are explained to the clients satisfaction, be they: regression, Gestalt, parts therapy or positive thinking to name a few. Oh, and we do have a sense of humour!

What Can Advanced Hypnotherapy Be Used To Treat.
Advanced Hypnotherapy can be used to help with:


Weight Control

Panic Attacks

Sleep Problems

Unwanted Stress






Low Motivation


Bad Moods

Inability to Relax.

Poor Public Speaking

Self Confidence


Performance in Examinations

Sporting Success

Performance Enhancement


Unwanted Habits

Public Performance

Fitness and Health


Poor Memory and Recall


Panic Attacks




Birth Pain

And many, many more………..


In simple terms, hypnosis describes a state in which someone’s body becomes completely relaxed, with their mind calm, concentrated and aware, rather like being totally absorbed in an exciting movie. It’s a natural phenomena. We all experience these natural trance states every day, daydreaming, forgetting chunks of a car journey or getting wrapped up in a book. A hypnotherapist’s voice and visualisations can gently guide you into this wonderful relaxation, which often produces a tremendous sense of well-being.

Advanced Hypnotherapy

The benefits of daily relaxation are enormous for your mental and physical well-being. All clients are taught self-hypnosis so that they can quickly get themselves into a calm, relaxed and resting state whenever they need to. Clients often benefit from taking a few minutes to rest and recharge using self-hypnosis. It really does work.

The History Of Hypnosis.
Hypnosis has been used as a healing technique since ancient times. References to it can be found in the Bible, although the name was not introduced until much later. “Sleep temples” were important in Ancient Greece as places of pilgrimage and healing. In the Middle Ages belief in healing brought about by touch and prayer were widespread.
In the 18th Century Franz Anton Mesmer developed the theory of “Magnetism”. He believed the planets magnetically affected a “fluid” which occupied all space influencing people and since he could induce people into a trance like state himself, he thought of himself as a magnet, hence the term “Animal Magnetism”.
This idea was soon discredited, but in the 19th Century James Braid reaching similar conclusions and coined the term “Hypnosis” for the induction of a trance like state through simple suggestion.
Many misconceptions about hypnosis  have arisen due to un-ethical demonstrations as a form of entertainment, but conventional medicine has recognised the benefits. In 1955 the British Medical Association (BMA) endorsed the practice of hypnosis in Medical School education and since then it’s become a valuable addition to conventional medical treatment.

Who Can Be Hypnotised?
Almost anyone with no severe mental problems can be hypnotised to some extent provided that they are willing and comfortable with the idea of being in hypnosis. You cannot be hypnotised against your will or made to do anything that you would feel uncomfortable with.

What Does Hypnosis Feel Like?
There are no special “feelings” as such, you are not asleep, you just experience a wonderful feeling of relaxation where the body feels heavy and restful.

Will I Loose Control?
You do not lose control, you gain control. You remain in control and your awareness is often heightened during hypnosis, particularly your senses of smell and hearing. Unlike portrayals in some movies or TV programmes you cannot be forced to do anything you wouldn't want to do normally. If a fire alarm went off, for instance, you would come out of hypnosis mmediately. Your heightened awareness enabling you to respond quickly for your protection and safety.

How Many Sessions Will It Take?
Advanced hypnotherapy is a brief form of therapy which gives powerful results. It’s important to stress that most issues need a course of therapy often over 3-5 sessions. If you’ve been troubled with an issue for years, you cannot expect a therapist to work a one-hour miracle cure! Sessions are normally about a week apart, with the sessions lasting approx 1½ hours. Clients are given tailor-made CDs to listen to daily between sessions. This forms an important part of the treatment, so commitment is key. We are 100% committed to your success and you are an active part of the process and need to follow simple instructions when given to obtain the results you want.
If a client is committed to stopping smoking, they can choose a 1 hour intensive session, or attend three weekly sessions. The latter may be preferable if the client has emotional issues or certain physical conditions.

How Does It Work?
In hypnosis, the mind is more receptive to positive suggestions and it is possible to access the area of the mind beyond the normal level of conscious awareness, the subconscious mind. Our mind works on two levels. We make decisions, think and act with our conscious mind, while our subconscious is the automatic facility of the mind; controlling our habits, behaviour patterns and containing all our memories. In hypnosis, we can communicate directly with the subconscious.

The effects of therapy may differ for different patients, and no therapy offers a 100% guarantee of a cure. All clients are required to complete a questionnaire form before hypnotherapy, in which you are asked to disclose certain medical information. Whilst advanced hypnotherapy is very safe, if you are epileptic, or undergoing psychiatric treatment, you should obtain a letter from a medical practitioner to confirm that you may have this treatment.

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