Loss & Bereavement
How your loss, death, divorce and other life trauma might be affecting you
Depressing, lost, bereft, disbelieving, in shock, suffering from denial and anger, lack of trust, isolation, feelings of uselessness and guilt are all common reactions after such a trauma.
Although most commonly discussed in reference to the death of a loved one including miscarriage, any major loss, for example death of a pet, breakup of a relationship, job loss, change of living situation, and loss of safety at home can result in a grief reaction. When it last over a year it is considered prolonged grief and if the cause of loss was violent victims are at a higher risk of PTSD and depression.
How I can help you
During our initial consultation we shall together discuss your background in a relaxed and fully confidential environment. I will be able to reassure you of your quick progress, work on strategies to help yourself during your daily life and provide a short relaxation reprogramming under hypnosis. During later sessions we shall go into in-depth specific treatment and will be closely monitoring your progress tailored to your immediate needs.
How does hypnotherapy work?
Unlike what one might have come to expect from the entertainment sector hypnotherapy is psychotherapy as devised by Freud in 1887. Hypnotherapy simply relaxes you to the point of allowing you to understand issues clearly and to apply the solution as directly as possible, avoiding the laborious conscious learning process.
What happens during a hypnotherapy session?
Following an in depth initial consultation I will be able to deliver a full hypnotherapy session. Throughout you will be fully aware and conscious while I simply sit and talk. You are fully in control throughout the very pleasant and relaxing time. You will leave feeling relaxed, refreshed.