What happens during a Hypnosis appointment?
The first part of the initial session normally involves talking about the reason for wanting hypnosis and what you are hoping to achieve.
In any following sessions (if agreed neccessary) then the first part of these sessions usually involve reviewing how things have been since the last session, talking about progress made and assessing if there is a need to change anything about the therapy.
It is the second half of the session which normally focuses on the hypnosis part of the treatment.
Do you play music during Hypnosis?
That is entirely up to you. If you feel you would like music on in the background then I have a selection of calming and relaxing CD's to chose from.
Although, sometimes music can be a distraction for some clients. It depends on you.
(If you would like music, please ask during the initial consultation.)
Can you make me cluck like a chicken?
Only if you want to. Hypnosis can not make you do anything you do not want to do, or anything that does not fit within what you consider normal for you. You are in control throughout.
Will I be able to remember what happens?
You may remember everything or just the bits which are important for you to remember.
Can I get 'stuck' in Hypnosis?
No. You can come out of hypnosis, and back to being fully alert, whenever you want to as you are in control of your relaxation. Although most people chose to allow themselves the full experience of the session.