What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses trance – a state of deep relaxation – to treat emotional, psychological and physical complaints. Hypnotherapy can also help you break through unwanted patterns.

Hypnotherapy has been proven to be powerful and effective: it empowers you to make positive, lasting changes in your life.

Complete human image

Hypnotherapy is based on a complete view of man: thinking, feeling, body and sense of purpose function as one whole, and therefore influence each other. For example, negative thoughts can evoke certain feelings or emotions in you, which then lead to physical reactions such as headache abdominal pain, which – ultimately – can mean that you have less confidence in life.

Usually this is an unconscious process, and often there is another, underlying problem: an experience in the past that you – for whatever reason – have not been able to process properly.

For whom?

You can contact me with various problems and questions for help. Examples are:

  • Insecurity, inferiority or negative self-image
  • Fears, phobias, startle reactions and reliving experiences
  • Emotional outbursts: intense anger or sadness
  • Concentration, memory and motivation problems
  • Unprocessed grief, loneliness and depression
  • Tension, stress, overload or burnout
  • Physical complaints such as hyperventilation, migraine, back pain, muscle tension, etc.
  • Getting stuck in (intimate) relationships, at school or at work
  • Unwanted behavior patterns, narcissism and addictions
  • Unresolved traumatic experiences and PTSD

My method

I tailor the therapy, frequency and duration to the needs and complaints you experience as a client. The treatment process starts with an intake interview. As soon as the request for help is clear and there is agreement on the therapy goals, the treatment begins. You can find out more about this by clicking on the images below.

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Scientifically based

How does it work?

The trance

At work

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The therapist

The practice