Myths About Hypnotherapy
It's important to note that the client is always in control during the hypnotherapy session. This includes having control over the areas that they want to improved, and how much information they want to share. For some new client, they may fear they’ll get “stuck” in a state of deep hypnosis, but this is only a myth. Most clients will find the entire hypnotherapy process not only highly enjoyable, but also very relaxing and invigorating since it leaves stress behind.
The Goal of Hypnotherapy
The primary goal of hypnotherapy is to help the patient become aware of and gain control over their thoughts and behavior. This can help them to better manage their emotions and make healthier choices in their lives. It can also help them to identify and modify negative or self defeating habits, such as smoking or overeating. Hypnotherapy can also be used to improve self-esteem and confidence, and help people develop better coping skills.