Hypnotherapy For Relationship Issues

Most of the therapeutic work I do with relationships tend to be around separation/divorce, jealousy and repetitive negative patterns within a relationship.
Hypnotherapy is an effective way of helping with all of these issues. It helps deal with the underlying issues that have developed since childhood and also gives you ways of dealing with current day stresses so you see things in a more positive light.

How hypnotherapy helps with separation and divorce

When a relationship comes to an end there is a whole of cluster of emotions that can come up very intensely. For example fear, anger, guilt, depression, and stress to name just a few. Hypnotherapy helps you process all of these emotions so you feel free of the past and are able to look forward to your new life more positively.

Jealousy issues

Jealousy is generally caused by feelings of insecurity in a relationship. When this is a habitual pattern it is usually because of earlier life events that remain unresolved. Hypnotherapy helps you resolve those past events so you feel more secure within yourself. This, in turn, allows you to feel more relaxed in a relationship.
In a similar way when there are recurring negative patterns in a relationship hypnotherapy helps you change the underlying negative beliefs that are creating those patterns. Once you change the thoughts and beliefs of more positive ones then you begin to create more positive patterns in a relationship.

How many sessions are usually needed?

Most relationship issues respond very positively in 2 to 6 sessions.
If you would like to discuss your circumstances in more detail call or email me and we’ll arrange a time for your free 20-minute telephone consultation.

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Hypnotherapy Disclaimer

Results with hypnotherapy vary from individual to individual and cannot be guaranteed. Outcomes will be influenced by an individuals motivation, past experiences and their willingness to practice agreed action plans between sessions. The amount of sessions needed to achieve certain outcomes will also vary from individual to individual.