Therapeutic Hypnosis

Under hypnosis, we find ourselves in a state of concentration and responsiveness very suitable for therapeutic work. The hypnotized person is found in state of high concentration not asleep but awake and retain their will intact, preserving their consciousness at all times.

The hypnotized person will never accept any suggestion that goes against their will, because if this were attempted, the person would automatically come out of the trance.

Hypnosis is not dangerous as long as it is done by a qualified professional. The hypnotist simply applies techniques that lead to the induced hypnotic state. This happens gradually, first going through a state of light trance, or lethargic state (in which the body muscles relax); then reaching the state of rigidity or medium trance (where the person relaxes more and the body is abandoned) and finally the deepest trance that would correspond to somnambulistic state where the individual is able to open the eyes without leaving the hypnotic sleep.

Hypnosis is a valuable therapeutic intervention in the treatment of a wide variety of medical and psychological problems, which stem from the programming of the mind.

Hypnosis is a safe and healthy technique that allows achieving deliberately altered states of consciousness and to focus the attention on specific and beneficial goals.

Hypnosis allows the access to the unconscious through the inhibition of consciousness. Hypnosis is a natural state that is induced artificially, in a nutshell, a technique with which psycho-physiological state is achieved, different to a normal waking state.
The effectiveness of hypnosis is well established in various clinical and medical applications. Through hypnosis great help can be provided, searching for the reasons behind different ailments, and planning new ways for more positive behaviour and solving many of the psychosomatic traumas.

Diseases called psychogenic or psychosomatic are treatable with hypnosis, these are: diseases with an origin in an emotional or psychic conflict: self-esteem depression, emotional blocks, posttraumatic stress, obsessions, fears and phobias, pathological bereavement, sexual problems, etc.

Hypnosis also serves as a support and complementary treatment to numerous problems: dermatological, digestive, post-operative, allergies, asthma, a range of pains, hypertension, etc.

In the field of addictions, hypnosis is a renowned tool to quit smoking successfully, and to treat, compulsive gambling, drug or alcohol abuse.
Hypnosis is also a great alternative to work with eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia or overweight.
One of the most interesting applications of this technique is called regressive hypnosis, which is "to take" a person “back” in time to relive or remember events from their past. We can even get to a pre-natal or intra-uterine stage.