Hypnotherapy is a therapy where a you, as a client would be in a very relaxed state through the use of hypnosis techniques. This relaxed state is called ‘trance state’ and can be compared with being in the flow, when you’re completely engrossed in what you’re doing, for example, reading a good book, or playing a sport you love, or even daydreaming or meditating. You remain partly alert during a session and remember everything that has taken place. Because you have more insight into your needs and possibilities when in touch with the unconscious, the healing process can begin.
Hypnotherapy is effective for treating phobias, addictions, relationship problems, traumas, stress and burnout. In addition, it is highly effective in supporting clients increase their self-confidence and improving the work-life balance, achieving a healthier lifestyle.
The therapy is adapted per client depending on the intended treatment goal. My goal is to ensure that at the end of the therapy, you have better health, inner peace, balance and harmony.
Cognitive behavioural Therapy(CBT)
How can you change your way of thinking to respond more effectively?
CBT is goal-oriented and a practical approach that involves looking into how you can change your way of thinking or behavior to support you in changing how you feel.
Together, we would look closely into the relationship between your thoughts, behaviours and problems.
Together with hypnotherapy, psychosocial therapy is used to you in your interaction with the outside world. How do your thoughts affect your behavior and how can you change the way you look at your situation so that you have control over your life and leading to a happier, more fulfilling life. Your own self-healing and problem-solving capacity is activated with psychosocial therapy.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is highly effective in treating clients who suffer from trauma and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). During EMDR therapy, you would relive the traumatic experience as I simultaneously direct your eye movements. Because your attention is on the eye movement, the emotional response to the trauma reduces. In the end, you will still have the memory without the emotional response you had in the past to the traumatic event.