Accreditation: Many hypnotherapists don’t hold a government accredited qualification I do. I graduated from the “The Academy of Hypnotic Science” in Melbourne A.H.S is the ONLY Registered Organisation in Victoria that is Accredited by the Australian National Training Authority, Victorian Registration & Qualifications Authority and The Commonwealth Department of Education, Science & Training, to provide Accredited Diploma Level qualifications in Clinical Hypnotherapy. I am a Member and Graduate of the Academy of Hypnotic Science with recognized and accredited qualifications.
Guarantee: If you complete any of my programs in full and are unsatisfied with the results I will continue to work with you FREE OF CHARGE until you ARE satisfied, so bascially you can say to yourself that I have have taken away all your risk.
Specialisation: When I discovered the profound results of hypnosis and NLP ( Neuro Linguistic Programming) with my clients, I immediately realized the potentials that the combination of these two disciplines offered, and since then I never ceased investigating them and bringing his personal contributions in the field. I am a certified clinical hypnotherapist and an NLP Master practioner. I specialise in Weight loss, Anxiety, Depression, Phobias and Self esteem and Psychosomatic illness. Having these as an area of expertise I can ensures you a pleasant and enjoyable experience and lasting results in a short period of time.
Structured programs: Years of refining and practising specialist techniques in various modalities of hypnosis in Australia, Europe, and Asia has enabled me to design powerful hypnotherapy programs that get results that last.
Service created for individual needs: Your needs always come first. Hypnotherapy should be tailored to you, the individual. No two problems, and certainly no two people, however similar, are the same. I provide individualy tailored therapy and Settle for nothing less than personalized service for your challenges . This individualized approach requires a complete history-taking. It is of course impossible in the short time available for the hypnotherapist to learn everything about you. But I will gather as much relevant details of your presenting problem, your family situation, important life events, health condition, fears, likes and dislikes, etc.How ever you only discuss an issue that you feel totally comforatble with and can refuse to answer any question at any time.
Proven track record of results: The best criterion is satisfied clients and most of my clients come from referrals .I am happy to share case studies and references that demonstrate a record of success in many different areas on your request whilst keeping the past successful clients privacy .
Many clients ask them selves the following questions before they make an appointment.
Will the therapist be genuinely interested in my problems? Would I feel welcome? Will I be attended on time? Will I feel accepted? Will he treat me with respect?Will he ask a lot about me? Will he be genuinely interested in helping me? Will I feel safe and secure in his office ? Will he really listen? Is he knowledgeable?
I have considered all of the above questions before I enterd the practice and you can feel assured that I will work with you to your total satisfaction.How ever some people might say that there is no 100% fool-proof method of selecting the right hypnotherapist for your challenges, any more than there is a guaranteed way to select the right lawyer, doctor, accountant, or plumber. A doctor may refer you to a well-reputed colleague or to his or her own hypnotherapist. However there can be no guarantee.Personality factors, their perception to your problems or differing ideologies may interfere with rapport. The same is true for referrals by family or friends. Above all, do not be misled by reputation alone. A great reputation in the therapy field is not always based on competence. Sometimes it is fed by publicity and by professional colleagues who have a personal liking for a particular therapist, especially if he or she devotes a lot of time to their organization’s interests. The colleagues may be impressed by that therapist’s speeches, self-confidence and self-promotion. But do they personally know any successfully treated clients?
I believe In a true therapeutic relationship you are heard, accepted unconditionally, understood and guided to strengthen your inner resources. The hypnotherapist is your ally. Not your friend. Not your business partner. Not your guru. And certainly not your lover, respectful hypnotherapists do not snap their fingers at you, nor speak in a condescending manner. They treat you with unconditional positive regard that you deserve. After all, their business depends on you, and others like you, who seek a better life.
NOTE: A person using hypnosis should practice within his or her professional competence. Thus a dentist who relaxes her dental patients with hypnosis has no business engaging in psychotherapy, unless she has also been trained in that field. Responsible therapists use hypnosis as a tool and are trained at accredited institutes. Thus, if you are consulting a physician who is using hypnosis to help you control pain, presumably she will have pharmaceutical alternatives with which to help you should the hypnotherapy not work well. But if the doctor is using hypnosis to help you deal better with a disastrous relationship, she is helpless if the hypnotherapy does not work well – unless she has taken special training in couples counselling.
Dr Alfred A. Barrios (PhD) conducted a study for the Psychotherapy Magazine (Volume 7, Issue #1) to investigate the effectiveness of Hypnotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Psychoanalysis (Psychology).
The results he uncovered astonished the clinical community…
After 600 sessions of Psychotherapy, there was a mere 38% success rate. After only 22 sessions of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, there was a 72% success rate. However, after just 6 sessions of Hypnotherapy, there was a whopping 93% success rate! You must be committed to wanting to change. The hypnotherapist cannot MAKE you do something you do not really want to do in the first place. But as long as you genuinely want to change, and are ready to change, but need some help to do so, then this type of hypnotherapy can help you to achieve those changes easily. (Sometimes where years of other therapy has failed.)
Ask yourself, how much longer do you want to hold yourself back?
Simply let me know about the area of your life that you wish to improve and I’ll personally work with you .Please call 0404301306 NOW, It’s completely confidential and 100% obligation-free.
FAMOUS USERS OF HYPNOSIS
Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-92) repeated names to himself like a hypnotic mantra in order to access different states of consciousness in which whole poems came to him.
Mozart (1756-91) apparently composed the famous opera Cosi fan tutte while hypnotised.
Rachmaninov (1873-1943) reputedly composed one of his concertos following a posthypnotic suggestion.
Goethe (1749-1832) writer and scientist and,
Chopin (1810-1849) pianist and composer both took classes in hypnosis at the University of Strasbourg.
Thomas Edison (1847-1931) inventor,
Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) inventor,
Henry Ford (1863-1947) car manufacturer,
Albert Einstein (1879-1955) physicist, and Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) novelist all used trance-like states to develop their ideas.
Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) politician counted backwards in 3s in order to stay awake all night and avoid tiredness during W.W.II.
Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud developed modern psychiatry as a result of learning about (and practising) hypnosis.
Louis XVI of France appointed a committee of investigate the healing powers of ‘mesmerism’. The committee included Benjamin Franklin
(1706-1790) US statesman, philosopher and physicist, Antoine Lavoisier
(1743-1794) father of modern chemistry, Dr. Joseph Guillotin (1738-1814) inventor and doctor.
Jackie Kennedy-Onassis used hypnotherapy to ‘relive and let go of’ some tragic events in her life.
Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits reportedly beat his smoking habit through hypnosis.
Kevin Costner flew his personal hypnotist to Hawaii to cure his sea sickness during the filming of Waterworld.
Andy Bryant, hair care consultant, hit the headlines when he underwent a vasectomy under hypnosis without anaesthetic and, immediately after the operation, went back to work.
Paul Daniels, magician, lost his fear of closed spaces after hypnotherapy in 1996 with Dr. Robert Russell PhD.
Paul McKenna, stage hypnotist, therapist and trainer, in his recent books, details the following who have benefited from private hypnosis sessions with him: Nigel Benn, WBC Super Middleweight champion; Robin Smith, England cricketer; Paula Yates, TV presenter; Kate Staples, pole vault champion and TV Gladiator; Bobby Davro, TV comic; Frank Bruno, WBC Heavyweight champion, Johnny Davis, British Olympic fencer and The Crystal Palace football team.
Back in the 1970s a professional boxer named Ken Norton would hypnotize himself before and while he was in the boxing ring. He became the heavyweight champion of the world by using hypnosis for concentration.
Dolly Parton, the country singer/song-writer used hypnosis to improve her song writing ability.
Lilly Tomlin used hypnosis to become more creative in her comedy writing and performing.
Sylvester Stallone used hypnosis to become more self-confident when he was selling the idea of the “Rocky” movies to Hollywood movie producers.