Hypnotherapy is therapy through hypnosis. In other words, it is treatment through hypnosis. Hypnotherapy is accepted as a method of psychotherapy in the medical world. We all go through countless hypnotic experiences as a natural part of our lives, including those who say I am not hypnotized. Therefore, this familiarity is better understood when hypnosis is re-experienced as a part of our natural life in a hypnotherapy environment and with the help of a hypnotherapist.

A conscious brain is more critical, it tends to analyze more when solving problems. It can show resistance. This can cause instability and difficulty in taking action. While under hypnosis, the unconscious mind that gets rid of this analysis ability of consciousness becomes more ready to receive suggestions and therapy takes place.


• Mood disorders (depression, bipolar),

• Anxiety disorders (uncontrollable anxiety, fear, panic, tension, boredom),

• Somatoform (body-directed) disorders,

• Eating disorders,

• Obesity,

• Sleeping disorders,

• Sexual disorders,

• Obsessions (OCD),

• Psychosis (provided that it is in remission),

• Tics,

• Stuttering,

• Night urinary incontinence,

• Addictions (smoking, alcohol, substance, gambling, internet, etc.),

• Phobias (various extreme fears),

• Traumas,

• Performance anxiety (exam stress, stage excitement),

• Increasing performance in sports,

• Increasing performance in education (unwillingness to study, inability to maintain attention, get bored quickly, memory, learning, remembering),

In personal development:

• Insecurity, lack of self-confidence,

• Excessive excitement and fear in social situations,

• Inability to speak in public,

• Not being able to make eye contact, everyone looking at me thoughts,

• Problems in relationships with the opposite sex,

• Inability to control yourself, overreacting,

• Inability to express feelings and thoughts,

• Shivering, sweating, stuttering, flushing

Last Updated on November 30, 2021 by William Lindberg

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He is studying psychology in Canada. Lucas also volunteers helping elderly people in nursing homes. Lucas, who is especially interested in hypnotherapy, continues his education and research in this field.

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