Research has shown that hypnotherapy can help relieve stress, fear, and anxiety. It can also be used to help in coping with the symptoms of panic disorder. While under hypnosis, a person with panic disorder may be guided to bring attention to coping with specific symptoms and overcoming limiting behaviors.
Hypnotherapy can help a person with:
- Panic disorder
- Improve self-esteem
- Overcome negative thinking
- Manage troublesome symptoms.
Additionally, hypnotherapy can assist in treating common co-occurring conditions, including depression, headaches and migraines, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Hypnotherapy can also be used in the treatment of agoraphobia, a common condition for people with panic disorder. Agoraphobia involves a fear of having panic attacks under restrictive circumstances, including crowds or while driving. Hypnotherapy can allow a person to learn how to remain relaxed while facing these fears. The hypnotist can help the person focus on getting past their phobias and suggest ways to remain relaxed when in feared environments.
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Are you concerned that by doing a session remotely, you could be missing out on something?
If you have wondered, this could be for you. The question comes up in practice. I work quite normally Zoom for client software, this allows me to reach you conveniently and comfortably, there will be no benefit lost by working Zoom, it is as if am in the room.
If you don’t know what Zoom is, it’s like Skype in the sense that it’s a video conferencing tool, but I’ve found it is much more stable, reliable and easy to use for me and clients.
For me, working online means I am more than able to expand and help more of clients all over the world achieve exactly what they want.
For clients, those that have tried both methods, will tell you there is absolutely zero difference in the session experience-- in fact, when given the choice, majority will choose Zoom over in-practice therapies.