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Welcome to Hills Hypnotherapy Centre

Jean Chaney 

       Clinical Hypnotherapist    

         

Modern hypnosis is rapidly acquiring solid research into its effectiveness in helping people to improve both physical and emotional health.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                          

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​Do you often find yourself struggling with problems such as; low motivation, unwanted weight gain, unhealthy eating habits, anxious thoughts, insomnia, low self esteem, habits such as smoking, nail biting, excessive alcohol consumption, or even inability to relax and cope with everyday stress?

 

Hypnotherapy can help you to deal with these and many more issues safely and naturally.

 

What is Hypnotherapy?

Modern hypnosis methods simply utilize a natural state existing in our everyday lives.

 

We all enter natural hypnotic states many times during the day. 

A state of focused attention and creative awareness when the conscious part of the mind is temporarily distracted. Just like when we are deeply engrossed in a movie or a good book. The creative part of the mind is engaged as we 'lose track' of our surroundings momentarily.

 

Science has established that in this creative state it becomes easier to learn, and easier to change negative thought patterns. Clinical hypnosis is a therapeutic tool that can help to bring about positive changes quite rapidly.

The therapist does not have control over your mind and can't make you do anything against your will. 

 

Most people enjoy the experience of hypnosis and find it to be a very relaxing and calming process. Many people are able to achieve long term positive changes after engaging in the process of hypnotherapy.

Hypnotherapy can help individuals to achieve personal goals, establish new patterns of behavior, and make significant and positive changes in their lives

 

AHA hypnotherapists are members of a professional association which require them to complete approved training programs, to adhere to strict ethical standards, and to complete ongoing professional development to maintain skills and knowledge.      

                                                                         

 What is Neuroplasticity? 

Neuroscience has shown that our brains continue to develop and change throughout the lifespan. The brain is actually 'plastic like', and can be reshaped over time.  Neuroscientists call this neuroplasticity.

 

Neural pathways are developed by frequent behavior and thoughts which become hard-wired into our brains much like a computer program.

 

These programs or ‘pathways  can be helpful or unhelpful. For instance, helpful pathways enable us to drive our cars automatically without thinking much about each step of the process.. However many people suffer from unhelpful or negative ‘programs'  resulting in phobias, anxiety, automatic depressive thoughts, unhelpful eating behaviors and many more.

 

Quite simply we  become what we think and do. Click on this short video to learn more. 

 

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=what+is+neuroplasticity&&view=detail&mid=643ED4CB47C237A8B6C1643ED4CB47C237A8B6C1&rvsmid=9472198945E55FC25CB89472198945E55FC25CB8&FORM=VDRVRV

Video -Courtesy of , The Digital Learning Consultant "Neuroplasticity and learning explained" 

                                                       

Neuroplasticity & Hypnosis

 

The brain has different levels of consciousness, or awareness, ranging from fully alert to fully asleep, with variations in between. Hypnotic states happen on a daily basis, naturally and spontaneously.

 

 Hypnotherapy can help re- program the mind for anyone trying to break negative or unhelpful patterns of thought and behavior.  Click on this short video to learn more. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2BNcTKJZws

Video-Courtesy of hypnosistoronto,  "Neuroplasticity and Hypnosis - How Hypnosis Can Increase Neuroplasticity." 

                 

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   Jean Chaney   0414 293 234

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0414 293 234