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for Human Development & Behavioural Therapy

NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) - Hypnosis - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy; Personalized Hypno-Coaching & Hypno-Therapy
 
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      HYPNOSIS & HYPNOTHERAPY

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Hypnosis

and

Hypnotherapy

Information
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We can help you heal

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What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a state of focused consciousness.  Your hypnotherapist will assist you in learning how to achieve this state by
guiding you into it. Once this has been achieved, you will then receive what are called hypnotic suggestions.  These suggestions
will enable you to use the power of hypnosis in your life and make the changes you desire. Hypnosis is a tool that can help you
just, like it has helped millions of other people to take back control of their lives.  Hypnosis can help you change old habits
and to provide you with motivation to do the things that you may have been putting off. Hypnosis has been sanctioned and
used by the medical community since 1958 to help patients overcome chronic pain, create anesthesia, and heal
psychogenic illnesses. Hypnosis and self-hypnosis have been shown to be effective in reducing stress and stress-related
illnesses. Hypnosis has also been shown to help mothers give birth to their children with little or no pain.
 

Is hypnosis safe?

Hypnosis is safe.  It is very similar to experiencing a daydream.  Usually you will feel relaxed when doing hypnosis.

Hypnosis in and of itself is a very pleasant experience.  It is a time to let go of the other thoughts of the day and focus
on the issues you came in to work on.

 

What is hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is the applied use of hypnosis.  Therapy can be defined as anything that is done to move someone
toward health and wholeness. Thus, hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis to help you move toward health and wholeness.

Hypnotherapy is also used to help you reach goals when nothing else has helped.  See the back panel of this brochure
to see a list of uses for hypnotherapy. Self-hypnosis may also be part of a good hypnotherapy program.  Ask your
hypnotherapist if using self-hypnosis is recommended to help you reach your goals.

 

Can I be hypnotized?

Of course you can!  You already have been.  It’s easy to go into hypnosis and it is a normal state of mind that
everyone has already experienced.  In fact, hypnosis is such a normal state of mind, most people usually don’t even
realize that they are hypnotized. Normal, everyday hypnosis occurs when you are driving down the road and lose
track of time, or, when you are focusing on a book or television program and you don’t even notice something that is
going on around you. When you come in for hypnosis, all you need to do is to be able to follow the instructions of
the hypnotherapist and you can put the power of hypnosis to work for you. Anyone of at least normal intelligence
and the willingness to follow instructions can experience hypnosis and use it to improve his or her life. 
This includes children and teenagers.

 

Who will hypnotize me?

Your hypnotist or hypnotherapist is a highly qualified professional.  He or she is certified and registered with the
National Guild of Hypnotists.  Your hypnotherapist is bound by professional ethics and the laws of the state in which it is
practiced. In addition, your hypnotherapist has achieved extra certification in either the advanced hypnotherapy system
called 5-PATH™ (BHC, Minnesota, U.S.A.) or the Advanced Neurolinguistic Hypnotherapy (NFNLP, Florida, U.S.A.  
Rest assured that he or she will treat you with respect, and that your visits are completely confidential.  We suggest that you
call and speak to us directly so that you can learn more about hypnosis and hypnotherapy.  This will allow you to become
more familiar with the programs offered and allow us to answer your questions.

 

Hypnosis can help you succeed when nothing else has worked!

Hypnosis is one of the fastest growing fields of human achievement.  As hypnotherapists we are working with people
who are frustrated because nothing else has helped them achieve their goals. They have tried every other avenue that
they can think of without success.  We use hypnosis, hypnotherapy and teach self-hypnosis so that people like you can
succeed in making important changes. Did you know that many of the most successful professional and Olympic teams
use hypnosis to help their athletes win?  That’s true. Now you can use this advantage for yourself, whether you are trying
to overcome an old problem or if you want to grow to a new level of personal achievement. Hypnotherapy can also
be used as a complementary treatment for some medical and psychological issues.  We can contact your doctor to make
sure that using hypnosis is appropriate for your situation. Appropriate issues may include pain management, stress related
llness and any issue that has been labeled psychogenic in origin.
 

Hypnosis can be your tool for success!

We encourage you to call or come into our office and ask us questions about hypnosis and our services.  We enjoy
answering questions.  It is part of our job.

 

Hypnosis can help you with the following and more:
 

Stop Smoking                Weight Loss

Anxiety                         Stress

Remove Fears               Relationships

Remove Habits             Alcohol Abuse

Drug Abuse                  Childbirth

Motivation                     Stage Fright
Public Speaking             Pain Management

Anger Issues                 Sexual Issues

Abuse Issues                Self-Esteem

Concentration                Self-Confidence

Test Anxiety                 Shyness

Procrastination              Improve Mood

Improve Sports              Children’s Issues

And, more…

 

                                                                       We also offer ....

 

Hypno-Life Coaching

Hypno-Public Speaking

Hypno-Memory Management

Hypno-Stress Management

Hypno-Goal Setting& Time Management

 

HYPNOSIS & HYPNOTHERAPY

 

Dental Phobia 

I am a 24-year old pharmacist, and I have a terrible dental phobia, which started from a bad childhood experience with a dentist. The dentist had been rough and started working before the anaesthetic had a chance to properly de-sensitize my gums. Over the years, my fear of dentists built up until it has now become exaggerated out of all proportion. I have not been to see a dentist for over five years and now I have found out that I need two extractions and three fillings. But the mere thought of even telephoning the dentist to make an appointment is enough to produce a panic attack. Please let me know how hypnotherapy can help me overcome my phobia of dentists - Ahmed, Dubai
Our goal as hypnotherapists is to produce a more realistic, positive attitude to dentistry. Ahmed, you will be given suggestions that you would feel calm and relaxed at the dentist’s, and that you would not suffer discomfort (notice that we do not use the word “pain”), and would know that you would be in good hands. After about the second session of hypnosis, you would feel ready to make your next dental appointment. After a further two sessions designed to give you confidence you would be able to go for your appointment. You will then find that you have overcome the negative thoughts and can tolerate the work being done. At the end of our therapy, you will find that going to the dentist no longer frightens you. Hypnosis and hypnotherapy will remove your association of the dentist with an unpleasant experience
in your childhood.
 

Beating Pain

I am an Indian, a 34-year old housewife, and I have been living in Dubai for the past 12 years. I have been diagnosed with the late stages of ovarian cancer which has also spread to my liver. I have been told that my condition is terminal and that I have only a few months to live. I have read a lot about the hidden potential and how people have been able to tap into the immense power of the human subconscious mind. I want to help myself with hypnosis and hypnotherapy. I want to know how you can help me to make sense of why I had to suffer with this cancer and to get over my feelings of shock and depression. I also want help with the pain which is becoming uncomfortable due to a build-up of fluid in my abdomen - Seema, Abu Dhabi
Seema, under hypnosis you will be given suggestions that you would accept your condition and find your own direction. Relaxation will take the edge off your discomfort and this will be helped by suggestions that there is a control panel in your head on which you could turn down the discomfort. Hypnosis will further enhance the quality of life for as long as you live. Relaxation will help you to feel calmer and more in touch with your intuitive self, boosting your feelings of spirituality. It will enable you to be in a fit state, mentally, to interact with your friends and family, and also say your goodbyes. You will also be able to prove the doctors wrong by living longer than they had predicted. Hypnotherapy and self-hypnosis will help you control your emotions as you endure treatment for your cancer.
 

Pregnancy pangs

I am 26 years old and work as a secretary in an MNC. I have become pregnant very recently with my first child. I had always been a worrier, and I feel anxious that the pain of birth would detract from my enjoyment of the process. I am convinced that my threshold for pain is low, but I do not like the adverse effect that pain relief medicine or injections might have on my baby. I thought hypnosis sounded much more effective than deep breathing, and I would like to know if this is something I can learn, in order to help myself. I am also keen in breast-feeding my baby, but I have heard reports from friends that the experience could be remarkably painful in the first few days, during which the baby is perfecting its technique. I am also concerned that I will find sleep deprivation particularly hard, and I thought that learning hypnosis would help me through the tricky first few weeks of motherhood - Monica, Sharjah
 
Monica, please visit the US website   www.hypnobabies.com. There you will learn more about delivering babies without any discomfort at all using hypnosis and hypnotherapy. When you visit your hypnotherapist around the sixth month of your pregnancy, you will be helped to relax and given post-hypnotic suggestions to replace any fears with positive, confident thoughts, and to encourage you to relax with each contraction, to flow with them and not to resist them. You will also be taught to use “glove anaesthesia” as a method of pain control. The therapist, who is not going to be present at the birth, will prepare self-hypnosis audio cassette tapes for you to use in both the first and second stages of your labour. Through the first stage of labour, the tape will give you suggestions for strength and stamina. In the second stage another tape will give you suggestions that your baby knew what it was doing and that you should just go with it. You will then find that your first stage will probably only last about six hours from start to finish, which is quick for a first labour. You will also be delighted when you find that you managed to avoid an epidural and get by with just having the occasional whiff of gas and air. Self-hypnosis can really help you to cope with the stress and sleep deprivation of the early days of parenthood.
No purpose in life

 

I am 65-years old and have recently retired from a job in journalism at an organization publishing a very popular
newspaper having a very large circulation. Having been used to a stimulating and demanding career, I am now finding
it difficult to find my new direction in life and manage my free time. I also feel that I have failed to fulfill some of my
potential, having never made it to the top of my profession. I think I am experiencing a crisis about the lack meaning
in my life. My children have moved away from home, leaving me with few responsibilities. I am beginning to feel that
there is not much to look forward to. One night I had a panic attack during which I experienced an intense fear of death.
I began suffering from early morning insomnia and profoundly negative thoughts and feelings. Can Hypnotherapy
help me? - Srinivasan, Dubai
 

Srinivasan, you derived most of your feelings of self-worth from your status as a journalist. Your treatment will involve a
combination of hypno-psychotherapy and straightforward hypnotism. The hypno-psychotherapy will involve counseling about
your belief system and your view of yourself in life. In hypnosis you will be given suggestions that you would feel more
positive and confident about your future, and that you have many more productive years left, in which you could be creative
with your skill as a writer. You will also be given suggestions to help you feel good about yourself. After six or seven sessions
you will begin to show a big improvement in your outlook. The cloud of depression will lift and you will feel more positive and
assertive about your future. The intense feelings of anxiety will have eased. Ego-strengthening inductions will remind you of your
abilities. Once again you will begin to feel in control and confident enough to take on some freelance journalistic assignments.
Finally, your negative feelings will dissolve when hypnotherapy re-programs your thought structure and recovers your enthusiasm
for life.
 

Panic Attacks
 
I work in a beauty parlour and I am a 32 years old.  I was involved in a major traffic accident 2 years  ago. I was
injured very badly and I began to see many distressing scenes. At first I experienced intense  shock, but after a few
days I began to feel a little better. Suddenly, two weeks later, I started having graphic flashbacks in which I re-lived
the event in intense detail. These happened both when I was asleep and when I was awake during the day. They came
to dominate my life to such an extent that I felt that I could not concentrate on anything else and I stopped going
to work. I became withdrawn from my husband and friends, who I felt had no idea what I was going through.
My husband feelsthat my character has changed overnight, and has no idea how to help me. Can you help me with
hypnosis and hypnotherapy? - Wafa, Al Ain
 

Wafa, typically those who suffer from PSTD (post-traumatic stress disorder) may find themselves unable to cope with work
and family. In your case, your therapy will start with counseling sessions in which you will be asked to describe exactly
what happened during the traumatic incident. In the third or fourth session you will be regressed to the event (i.e. age-regression
in the subconscious mind) using hypnosis to help you see how your mind had become stuck in the experience, how you could
begin the process of letting go and start to move on in your life. Hypnosis will also be used to help achieve relaxation and to
give you ego-strengthening messages to improve your self-confidence. After a few months of regular therapy, your nightmares
become less intrusive and you will start to feel more relaxed during the day. You will get to the point where you could last whole
mornings without thinking about the event, and eventually whole days. Your concentration will return and you will feel able to
think about other things and even commute to work by road. You will also be able to socialize with friends and talk more
openly about yourfeelings with your husband. The feelings of isolation will lessen and your relationships will heal.
 
IBS - Irritable Bowel Syndrome 

I am an European expatriate living and working in U.A.E. for the past 8 years. I am 44 years old and I suffer from
IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). The fact that I could experience diarrhoea at a moment’s notice has led me to start
mapping out my life according to where the nearest toilet is. I have become so obsessed with fears that I might have an
attack anytime, that on occasion it would make my gut start to churn. I have got to the point where I have become
afraid to leave the house or take the car to work. My social life is starting to make me feel depressed and I
am becoming increasingly dependant on my family. My GP, who first established that there was nothing
physically wrong, recommended hypnosis. Kindly advise me how hypnosis and hypnotherapy can help me.
- Stewart, Ras Al Khaimah
 

Stewart, it is widely believed that IBS is the result of hormonal activity on the bowel wall and when that has been ruled out
as a cause, it suggests that the central nervous system is involved. As therapists our first task, when you come in for hypnosis
sessions, is to help you to feel relaxed, to stop you from dwelling on your fears and to break your obsession with toilets. The second
is to give you positive suggestions that your digestion will feel comfortable and relaxed so that your body will do its natural work.
Your subconscious mind will be told that you would just go to the toilet only when you really needed to. As part of the treatment
you will agree to confront your problems and begin to go out again confidently to work and to socialize. You will also be
given a self-hypnosis audio tape which contains suggestions and exercises for relaxation. By the third or fourth session the
suggestions will begin to bite into your subconscious mind and have a drastic positive effect. You will start to go out with
your family and friends  again and happily drive your car to work. You no longer need to be in any danger of losing your job
due to your absences. At the end of your sessions your bowels will have adopted a more normal pattern and will have
little disruptive effect on your life. Your sense of mental and physical well-being will improve as well as your moods.
Hypnosis will break the cycle of discomfort for you and enable you to get the routines of your life back to normal.
 
Social Phobia

 

I am a 30-year old journalist, and 1 find that my feelings of self-doubt are making my job difficult  and
making it hard to communicate with women. Whenever I am with people, either at work or in a social situation,
I find that I have negative thoughts running through my head that I “am not good enough” and that people
“don’t like” me. Inevitably, I think this is becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy. A new relationship with a woman
whom I really like is not developing as I  had hoped. I feel that my negative attitudes are crippling my life. Once
I visited a stage hypnotist show and that made me think that hypnotic suggestions might help me. Please
advise me how your counseling sessions with hypnosis and hypnotherapy can help me. - Manish, Dubai
 

Manish, lack of self-confidence can lead some people to shut themselves away from society altogether. Your lack of
confidence probably stems from your childhood, when your parents did not help you to build a strong enough belief in
yourself as a child. Hypnosis can help you to lose your negative self-image and communicate with others with increased
confidence. You will not blush when introduced to people and your hands will no longer tremble in confrontational situations.
In hypnosis, you will be given direct suggestions that you feel confident with people, like socializing, feel confident in your
work and altogether feel good about yourself. You will visualize yourself at a social function where you are chatting with
people you have met for the first time with confidence and charm. Your treatment will be emphasized with an audio
tape containing suggestions for confidence that you can play to yourself at home while practicing self-hypnosis. After
five sessions of hypnosis you will notice a major change in your attitude to life. You will start to feel more confident about
your work and more assertive in dealing with colleagues. You will feel you are being more creative in writing your
scripts. Your relationship with your girlfriend will flourish. She will find you easier to be with and you both can look forward
to a more enjoyable relationship together.

 

Frustration & Depression 
 
I am a 28-year old secretary, and have recently become engaged. This brought to the surface memories of
childhood sexual abuse by a male adult family member which I had managed to suppress. I had always found it
difficult to trust any man and now I have even begun to feel hostility towards my fiancé. I have put a block on the
physical side of the relationship and have got over the problem by saying that I want to wait until we are married.
I think, my feelings of frustrated anger are turning into feelings of depression. Since that male family member died
when I was a teenager I was unable to confront him with these issues or to discuss them with my mother. I sought
refuge in food and started putting on weight. Can you help me with hypnosis and hypnotherapy? - Paula, Ajman
 

Paula, all too often when children are abused by a trusted male adult family member they feel that they are somehow responsible
for the abusive actions. Hypnotherapy will ease the mental turmoil and make your thoughts clearer. Another effect of your
hypnotherapy sessions will be that you will stop eating junk food and you will return to a healthy weight in time for your wedding.
A healthy diet will also lead to better digestion of your food. Your hypnotherapist will use “age regression” to return you to the
traumatic events of your childhood, at a subconscious level, even though at a conscious level you may have only vague memories.
It will show you that the concerned male family member no longer has any power over you. It will allow you to see him as
the weak, warped person that he was. It will be impressed upon you that the abuse was not your fault. Through hypnosis your
therapist will make you understand at a subconscious level that the past is over, that you are in control of your own destiny,
and that you can now get on with leading your own life. By the fourth session you will feel as though a tremendous burden has
been lifted. You will feel as though healing is going on in your body and that you are beginning the process of forgiving that
male family member. You will no longer experience feelings of anger towards your fiancé, feel much more relaxed when you
are alone with him and you will not have any uncomfortable feelings about touching or cuddling him. At work your productivity
will go up and you will feel happy and confident enough to start making plans for your wedding.
 
Fear of Flying
 

I am a 25-year old man from Egypt.. I work as a Restaurant  Manger in a 5-star beach hotel here. I need to fly home
to visit my family in Cairo. I want to see my sister’s new baby and attend my grandmother’s eightieth birthday
celebrations. My problem is that I have developed a severe phobia about flying which has made this trip seem impossible
for me. My last flight had been unusually turbulent and the woman sitting next to me had become extremely anxious.
It was as if her fears had transmitted themselves to me. Now, whenever I think about flying, I start to sweat and tremble.
Kindly advise me how hypnosis and hypnotherapy can help me. - Soufian, Khor Fakkan
 

Soufian, for people with a plane phobia the very thought of flying can be enough to trigger a panic attack. Hypnosis can
reprogram your feelings about flying, associating the experience with calm and relaxation. Fearful thought patterns
will be dispelled. Calming of fears will ease symptoms of panic attack such as fast heart rate. At the first session, you
will be put into a trance and your hypnotherapist will tell you to imagine that you are traveling in a car to the airport. In the next
session you will be told to visualize yourself getting onto the plane. In the following sessions, gradually, you will visualize
yourself first taking a short flight around the airport and later on taking longer and longer flights. During all the sessions,
your therapist will implant positive suggestions that you will feel relaxed during the flights and happy with any feelings of turbulence.
A few weeks after you complete your hypnotherapy sessions of treatment, you will be able to successfully make the trip to Cairo,
and any other flights in future. In fact, you will find the trip so pleasurable, that you may even apply for a job as an air steward!

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