Hypnotherapy

No swinging pendulums or stage tricks just brilliant results because Hypnosis is a scientifically verified and effective technique that can promote accelerated human change. The sessions use the latest techniques to program your unconscious how to stimulate desired changes in behaviour and encourage mental and physical well-being.

Hypnotherapy is an exceptionally gentle and effective way of attaining personal goals and making lasting changes with ease. It can also facilitate healing in the body and help to dissolve illness and dis-ease. These amazing transformations are achieved through the use of hypnosis, or direct communication with the subconscious mind. The subconscious is that part of the mind in which habits and behaviors are formed and maintained. It controls our emotions, beliefs, self-esteem, immune systems, and bodies. It influences what we think, how we feel, the choices we make, and the actions we take.

This means that you're in a deep trance like state - a bit like those times when you wake in the night and know you're not fully sleeping but not awake either.  Accessing this state means you're aware and in control because it's your unconscious mind we are working with.​

In addition, the subconscious is the authentic treasure chest, filled with the riches of who we truly are. Our personality, perceptions, intuition, inner wisdom and creativity all reside within the subconscious. Hypnosis creates the bridge to attain access to all of these inner riches so that you may shape and form your life as you’d like to experience it.

A study cited by American Health Magazine reported the extraordinary effectiveness of hypnotherapy compared to other transformative modalities:

• Psychoanalysis 38% recovery after 600 sessions
• Behavior Therapy 72% recovery after 22 sessions
• Hypnotherapy 93% recovery after 6 sessions

i-life Hypnotherapy can help put YOU in control of your thoughts, feelings and choices to create the life you want to live.

“Therapeutic Hypnosis is proven to be the most effective and fastest route to solve emotional issues!”

“The Average Success Rate for…

Psychoanalysis was 38% after 600 sessions.
Behavior Therapy was 72% after 22 sessions.
Hypnotherapy was 93% after only 6 sessions! “

Source: Psychotherapy Magazine
(Vol. 7, No.1, Alfred A. Barrios, PhD)

Disclaimer: Results may vary

“New Studies Show that Hypnotherapy can Conquer just about Any Bad-For-You Obsession”

“Half of People who used Hypnotherapy to Stop Smoking were still cigarette-free in 6 months, versus just 16% of nicotine-replacement users and 25% of people who went cold turkey”

“People who did hypno- and talk therapy were able to lose more than twice the weight of their counterparts who did talk therapy alone” – Glamour

“A growing body of research supports the ancient practice as an effective tool in the treatment of a variety of problems, from anxiety to chronic pain.” – Newsweek

“There’s entrancing news about hypnosis; it’s gaining credibility as a treatment for a multitude of troubles, from nicotine addiction to post-traumatic stress disorder.” – Business Week Feb

“Hypnotherapy for Smoking Cessation Sees Strong Results” – Science Daily

Hypnotherapy has been used to stop self-destructive and addictive habits like smoking. It has also been used to curb the urge to eat for overeaters, to stem the disruptive actions of tics, cure insomnia stop bed-wetting, and minimize anxiety.

Excessive stress can be generated from any number of sources and can be the springboard for anxiety. Some of the more prominent sources of anxiety and stress for which people seek hypnotherapy are: public speaking, test taking, and job stress. Hypnotherapy also works well for other anxiety disorders such as phobias and has proven to be an effective treatment for mild to moderate depression. In one study, hypnotherapy was used in conjunction with traditional cognitive therapy, to assist persons who had severe aversion to needles. The treatment was necessary, because it was essential that each participant receive periodic medical injections. However, the participants would have become non-compliant without the adjunct intervention of hypnotherapy. In another case, involving care for terminally ill cancer patients, it was concluded that hypnotherapy was more effective at enhancing quality of life and relieving anxiety and depressive symptoms, when compared to others who received traditional care.