Psychologie et Hypnothérapie - Psychology and Hypnotherapy

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"Our life is shaped by our mind; we become what we think. Joy follows a pure thought like a shadow that never leaves."


Ericksonian hypnosis, named from its creator Milton Erickson, is a non-directive approach that creates bonds between our conscious and non-conscious processes. Ericksonian hypnosis does not focuses on your disabilities or difficulties. The main task is to enlighten the resources already present in you. You will be able to work not only on your conscious thoughts but also on our unconscious behaviour, thoughts. The thoughts you cannot grasp and are the result of many repeated experiences and are deeply embeed in us.

The goal is to recreate a bond between this part and the one central to our mind: our expectations and life targets which are sometimes blocked by unconscious processes. By initiating a free speech between these two parts, you can access quickly a better well-being and implement lasting changes.

Adults have limited time due to their obligations. Hypnosis management responds to this by making it possible to work easily and quickly on well-defined problems. One of the obstacles to seeking support is the fear that it will become long-lasting. However, hypnosis can prevent this with an average duration of five sessions and maximum of 10 sessions, or more in very exceptional cases.

Hypnosis also makes it possible to work with the younger ones, giving that it does not required long talks. If the child or the teenager struggles to put words on what they feel, hypnosis can help them start to initiate a change more easily. Moreover, for the younger as for the elder it does not require any work between sessions and it can be used anywhere without any equipment.

For example, hypnosis can help you in different cases such as: pain management, weight problems, self-confidence, stress and emotion management, phobia, etc.

Hypnosis sessions can be used as a complement to psychological guidance or alone.