In hypnosis, communication takes place at the subconscious level. This works with the individual entirely, using their own creativity and diversity to solve the problems at a deeper level. World wide, people are becoming aware of the clinical and other appropriate professional uses of clinical hypnosis.
Smoking weight loss
insomnia, pain management
depression anxiety, panic attacks,
phobias alcohol and other drugs
nail biting and many more
Hypnotherapy is not a quick fix, it is a journey like any other, and it has to begin with the first step. Have patience, things don't happen over night, but they do happen. You may have smoked cigarettes for 30 years and are expecting one session to stop the habit. In a small percentage of cases, this does happen. I have found that two or three sessions is usually a better solution. Make the commitment to leave it behind you permanently.
For weight loss, I am finding that my clients are losing approximately 1kg per week. This is very good considering there is no diet or quick fix, this is just you, the client, doing the 'heathy choices' journey and doing it for your self.
Each person is different, so there is no hard and fast rule as to how many sessions are needed. Anxiety, insomnia, pain management and phobias may take more sessions. This will be discussed with you on your first appointment.
For drug and alcohol issues, I will carry out a comprehensive assessment to ensure you will receive the best advice and service.
I am a specialist in this area and hypnotherapy may not be the best option initially.
In general, clinical hypnosis can be a useful adjunct to more traditional medical treatments for several reasons:
• The power of the human mind
• Encouraging healthier habits
• Creating a positive attitude
Clinical hypnotherapy works with the goals and objectives of the client in a very client-centred way. That way, nothing is happening that the client is not aware of or in control of. Clinical hypnotherapy is a treatment to assist the client to become confident, self reliant and independent.
I am a trained and experienced alcohol and other drug counsellor. I have many years experience in the field as a counsellor and manager of an agency that dealt exclusively with alcohol and other drug issues, along with their mental and physical health consequences.
In December 2009, my creditials were accepted by the Psychotherapist and Counsellors Association of Western Australia. I am now practicing as a counsellor and clinical hypnotherapist and will combine all my skills in my practice to provide the best service to you.
I am available by appointment only.
Bachelor of Health Science (Edith Cowan University)
Certificate in General Counselling and Alcohol & Other Drugs (Curtin University)
Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy (Australian College of Hypnotherapy)
(Nationally and Internationally Accredited)
Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment
Nursing, Counselling and Management background
Member of the Psychotherapist and Counsellors Association of WA
Registered Member of the Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists (ASCH)
Clinical member of the Australian Hypnotherapy Association. (AHA)