HYPNOSIS FOR CHILDREN …Adventure Hypnosis
My advice when choosing a hypnotherapist for children is to choose a Master of Hypnotherapy who also has experience in working with this age group. Check out their web site, testimonials and do ask to see their actual qualifications.
Everyone deserves to reach their full potential and live a fulfilling and happy life. As a former primary school teacher and drama lecturer I have a wealth of experience working with children and young people.
I have found the powerful fusion of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), positive suggestion, metaphor and hypnosis to be highly effective in the treatment of many children’s issues including anxiety, OCD, bullying, jealousy, lack of confidence, insomnia, bed wetting, stammers, bereavement, phobias, ill health, exam nerves, anger, sadness, fear and more…
I find that children are naturally suggestible with their amazing imaginations they quickly soak up the suggestions like little sponges. As a master hypnotherapist I have to hand many different techniques and children love them, playing, drawing, story telling, getting into character and more…
Children are in the habit of learning and so are receptive to new ideas and new ways of looking at things. Their inquisitive minds and sense of humor make it a delight for me to be a part of the changes, it’s so rewarding.
Hypnosis is a normal, natural, relaxed and pleasant state of consciousness that we all drift in and out of. In my experience the desired changes are quick, requiring only two or three sessions and also listening to my “Craft Your Mind HAPPY” adventure hypnosis, which each child receives as a part of their treatment.
I have witnessed children grow in confidence and self esteem, become focused, enthusiastic, optimistic and HAPPY again. Making positive changes can be a fun, rapid and life enhancing.
I am passionate about the power of hypnosis and positive suggestion, which I believe can turn your life around, helping you to reprogram your mind and connect with deep relaxation, even when the going gets tough.
…And I was wondering, if you turn a perceived problem into a learning and become a naturally happy and positive person, was it ever a problem in the first place? Or maybe it was simply a learning opportunity…