Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis for Children

Children will probably experience trance much more often than adults. Children can easily enter a world of imagination and create vivid images.

This wonderful and natural ability that all of us have as children can be harnessed and utilised when a child needs some help. Sometimes an issue such as bedwetting, a phobia about attending school or other baffling behaviour can be resolved by using hypnotherapy.

Amreeta Chapman a Berkshire hypnotherapist describes more about children and how hypnotherapy can help them get over some unwanted pattern of behaviour.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Self Hypnosis - 21st Century Coping Skill?

Life seems to be getting faster and more pressurised. The internet has brough about an attitude of wanting immediate gratification. People have shorter patience. What happened to the idea of technology bringing benefits of more leisure time? It seems to be a distant dream still.

New times call for new ways of coping. Yet maybe we can learn something from the past and apply it to today's fast-paced lifestyle. Self hypnosis is such an easy practice and yet can provide many benefits such as an ability to handle whatever comes your way. A greater feeling of calmness and control. Steve Harold, a Hypnotherapist in London describes self hypnosis and the benefits of using this of this amazing art.

Friday, July 11, 2008

Change Career - Take A Hypnosis Course and Become a Hypnotherapist

Many people reach a stage in the life and career when they realise they are longer excited by their occupation. Maybe you are one of them. Like you many people get to earn the mega bucks and everything that goes with a good salary such as the house and car. However, after a while it dawns on people that is more to life than material possession.

Of course some people find themselves between jobs and use this time to consider changing their career.

New Career As A Hypnotherapist?
If your old career no longer inspires you, what career would have you hopping out of bed in the morning full of energy and enthusiasm? Many enlightened individuals like you realise that there is more to life than money and position. A more heart-felt and deeper reward is being able to help others enjoy a happier life. If you learn hypnosis and attend a hypnotherapist training school in the UK or USA you may just discover what life is really all about and just how powerful and positive influence you can have.

Hypnotherapists - The Most Rewarding Role
You will be choosing an amazing and highly rewarding career in seeking hypnosis training. It won’t make you rich but you can earn a full time income from being a hypnotherapist. Yet, the rewards are beyond monetary compensation. Just imagine helping a person reduce or eliminate the pain of arthritis. How about stopping someone smoking and putting years on the their life.

As a professionally trained hypnotist you literally change people’s lives. That is quite some skill and ability and it is well within the reach of anyone including you.

Hypnotherapy Schools and Hypnosis Training
Choosing your hypnotherapy school or hypnosis college is probably part of your dilemma when considering this change in career. There are so many hypnosis schools that the choice may seem overwhelming. Here are some ideas to help you decide which hypnotherapy training school would be best for you.

Choosing Your Hypnosis Training School

Cost – although this shouldn’t be the top priority, it is a factor in deciding. Know that the school that charges the highest fee does not mean you will get the best training. On the other hand paying $99 for a correspondence hypnosis course will not give you the practical confidence to be a competent hypnotherapist.

Location – make sure the hypnosis school is conveniently located for you. Remember most hypnosis courses will run over a period of time and will require your regular attendance as part of their qualification rules.

Duration – some schools offer intensive training that may be everyday. Others will offer a course that runs one weekend of every month. Both approaches have their advantages and disadvantages. Weigh these up to decide what duration of hypnotherapy training suits you.

Recognition – who recognises the hypnosis qualification or hypnotherapy certification of the school. You will want to know that your qualification is recognised by external bodies such as national hypnotherapy associations

Support – what extra support is available for you should you need it from the hypnotherapy school. What support is available when your qualify?

Recommended – if possible get a recommendation for a hypnotherapy school. If you can’t contact a hypnotist who has experienced the school’s training, support and ethos and make a more informed decision.

As a qualified hypnotherapist, you never stop learning, so you can always add to your skills and knowledge beyond the school you first trained with. The vast majority of schools in the UK, USA and elsewhere do provide an excellent grounding for becoming a competent and confident hypnotherapist.

Welcome to the wonderful world of hypnotherapy.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

5 Path Hypnotherapy Can Transform your Life

There are many ways of using hypnosis in the form of hypnotherapy to help anyone overcome problems and issues.

Hypnotherapists tend to develop a style and a structure to the hypnosis sessions they provide to clients.

Niki Cassar a Surrey and Harley Street Hypnotherapist describes 5 Path Hypnosis and why this approach to structuring hypnotherapy sessions is so effective.

Friday, July 04, 2008

Public Speaking Fears - Hypnotherapy Confidence

The most popular phobia or fear is the fear of having to speak to an audience. Over the years many people will find ways of avoiding having to speak in front of others. In some cases they will feign illness or even go to the extreme measure of changing jobs.

As long as you can converse with one person you can also speak with confidence to groups of any size. Amreeta Chapman a Hypnotherapist in Berkshire discusses how she helps many people to overcome their public speaking phobia.