Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy where hypnosis is used to put a person in a state of heightened concentration and suggestibility.
During this process, a hypnotherapist guides the subject with positive suggestions and imagery to help deal with a variety of phobias, addictions or other issues.
What’s the difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy?
If you want to learn how to become a hypnotherapist, the first thing you need to understand is the basics of hypnosis and hypnotherapy.
While these terms are often used interchangeably, it’s important to note that they have their own distinct meanings.
Hypnosis ‘is a trance-like state in which you have heightened focus and concentration.’ (Mayo clinic)
At the same time, hypnotherapy is the therapeutical process that uses hypnosis for healing purposes.
What Does A Hypnotherapist Do?
A hypnotherapist is a trained professional who guides people in trance-like states and helps them tap into their subconscious mind. This is where most behavioural patterns and beliefs can be reprogrammed and changed.
Hypnotherapists help people who are suffering from:
Only to name a few.
Duration : 6 days
Facilitator: Ms. Aasha Warriar and Dr. Deepali Panchal