Before we say what it is, lets say what it is not. Hypnotherapy is not magic and it doesn't take control of you in a manner that you are not conscious of what you say or do. It is not a magic fix but it is powerful, proven and a great tool in therapy.
Cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy is the main evidence-based approach to hypnotherapy. It offers powerful techniques to help with a wide range of both emotional issues and physical ailments. Devised to handle your challenges by changing the way you behave and think, cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy will train you to handle your problems in a constructive and more helpful way by incorporating hypnosis with cognitive behavioural therapy.
Cognitive behavioural Hypnotherapy (CBH) is a highly effective talking therapy technique and looks at the current situation and how the client is presenting their symptoms or how they are doing their problem.The therapy counts on providing healthier coping systems to address the issue. Mentally rehearsing allows the client to practice coping in the problem situation so that they may be prepared and feel calmer and confident in the future. It works on replacing old unhelpful thoughts with more positive helpful thoughts. . Although hypnosis is not a necessity of the therapy it can affect the effectiveness of the treatment.
What can Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy be used for?
CBH has conventionally been used to treat depression and anxiety disorders, but can be used for physical health conditions from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and skin conditions to pain management and Insomnia. With the aim of changing thinking patterns; CBH helps to promote better cognitive and behaviour patterns. A wide range of conditions can be helped using CBH, these include:
Lack of confidence
And many more
It can also help with habits such as smoking, teeth grinding and other unwanted habits.
Increasing performance in sports or business is a need for many and Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy is one of the trusted therapies for helping with that
Is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for you?
CBT focuses on an individual’s capacity to change themselves, altering how you think, feel and behave. Treatment doesn’t address outside problems or families which can impact on a person’s health and wellbeing. Therefore to benefit from cognitive behavioural therapy, it’s essential that you commit to the process, a therapist can advise and treat you but needs your full co-operation.
If you feel that CBT with hypnosis could help you, Mind-Verses offers Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy in Midlands and Nationwide online.