Hypnotherapy at Christmas
I know from personal experience how stressful Christmas can be for many people particularly busy and or working mums who have to cram everything into a few short days.
Hypnotherapy is not limited to the well known treatments such as stop smoking, phobias and weight to name but a few.
So how can hypnosis and hypnotherapy help?
A good question?
One of the many techniques that are useful to learn is self-hypnosis to help you relax. At the same time teach you some guided visualisation techniques to help you see what “jobs” you need to do.
This could involve some delegation rather than doing everything on your own.
Learning some coping strategies will make a great difference and a hypnotherapist can guide you on this.
- Role sharing
- Time management
- Talk to others
- Don't strive for perfection
- Don't be an island
- Ask for help
- Sleep is important
- When all else fails remember "Beam me up, Scotty"
Some hypnotherapists can provide a hypnotic massage of your mind and body without any actual touching.
This helps alleviate the stresses and strains and can take you to a deep level of relaxation. In itself very beneficial as people have forgotten how to relax. You might be amazed at how you resolve underlying issues whilst in a deeply relaxed state.
We are caught up in a busy fast pace of life now especially in a work environment with employers wanting more and more for less and less.
Don’t let Christmas be a stressful time, invest in some deep relaxation.
We can all benefit from some help now and again so contact a hypnotherapist and have an initial no obligation chat. Most hypnotherapists will offer this either in person or on the telephone.
Make Christmas fun again.
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About Hayley Whitehouse
Hayley Whitehouse D.Hyp CPNLP. D.M.H. Dip SMC
My background in health care and corporate life I understand the stresses and strains that Christmas and social occasions can bring.
As well as working to help people with Hypnotherapy I am an associate trainer with the John Dewar School of Hypnotherapy Training.
I am only a phone call away.