Neuro Linguistic Programming and Clinical Hypnosis.
At Mind Mechanics we use a combination of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Clinical Hypnosis and over 19 years of experience with thousands of clients. All of these are a powerful forms of Psychotherapy,life experience and with your mental health being our focus, combining cognitive therapeutic techniques with subconscious healing techniques will give changes you want in a most calm and comforting safe way.
What does it feel like to get Hypnotised?
Being hypnotised feels just like being very relaxed. This feeling simply assists you in becoming so deeply comfortable and calm that, with a little guidance, you feel totally relaxed.
It is at this stage the work can really begin. Your Hypnotherapist will guide you through the changes you want to make to your automatic behaviors and/or emotional reactions, so they become positive and help you to move forward towards a more happy fulfilled life.
NLP, cognitive techniques and Hypnotherapy have been used widely and successfully for many years in Australia and overseas for the relief of a number of problems and conditions.
NLP and Hypnosis is well known in the community as being effective for helping people past depression, stress, and smoking and for weight management, also powerful in many areas of life in which people experience symptoms of pain, anxiety, tension and re-living their past negative issues. – Some examples are also listed below:
- Stop smoking
- Fears and phobias
- Stress management
- Improved memory
- Gambling addiction
- Sporting performance
- Academic performance
- Exam nerves
- Sexual problems
- Performance anxiety
- Gaining self-confidence
- Improving motivation
- Overcoming grief
- Overcoming insomnia
- Pre-menstrual tension
- Nail biting
- Bed wetting
Gaining permanent, positive outcomes from Neuro Linguistic Programming and Hypnotherapy can take anywhere from two sessions to 10 sessions of therapy depending upon the complexity of the problem and the nature of the underlying subconscious beliefs that are causing or contributing to the problem.
Many people move on quickly and notice changes in a few days.