Dr Colin Jones Clinical Hypnotherapy
Dr Colin Jones Clinical Hypnotherapy

Dr Colin Jones
Clinical Hypnotherapy

Merseyside

We are what we think we are


If we change what we see, we change what we feel

If we change what we feel, we change what we do



Dr Colin Jones
Clinical Hypnotherapy

Merseyside

We are what we think we are


If we change what we see, we change what we feel

If we change what we feel, we change what we do



About me

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Colin is an experienced healthcare professional with over 38 years of experience. He is a registered nurse, educator and researcher. He holds a PhD in Health Psychology. Colin is also a member of the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis and the International Society of Hypnosis

Hypnotherapy Aims

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My aim is to help people feel safe, calm and relaxed and become aware of their inner strengths. Therapy is designed to support you in understanding that we have many resources within our unconscious mind and that these resources can be put to good use in resolving problems.  Prior to commencing therapy a detailed assessment is made with each client, to personalise a treatment plan.

Ongoing help

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In all hypnotherapy sessions I teach people techniques they can continue to use at home. This means that you can play an active part in managing your problems in between sessions. Learning how to respond to stress and life challenges can be an especially helpful skill for the majority of people.

Clinical Hypnotherapy Wirral

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What is hypnosis?

  

Hypnosis is a way of helping people to feel very relaxed and to respond to suggestions and ideas that will help them. This happens by accessing that part of the brain concerned with our creativity, memories and emotions. This part of the brain is called the unconscious mind. During hypnotherapy, the busy, active, conscious mind becomes much less attentive; allowing for the creative and intuitive side of the brain to be more receptive to receiving suggestions for solving problems or difficulties.

Whilst many people report feeling “ comfortably dreamy”, hypnosis is not the same as being asleep. When you are asleep, you are not aware what’s happening around you. In a hypnotic state you are fully aware of what’s happening around you, but things seem to fade into the background and tend not to matter at all. If you have ever been “lost in a good book” or “been daydreaming”, you have more than likely been in a state of hypnosis.

During hypnosis you will be completely in control. You will not lose consciousness or unknowingly reveal personal information. During your hypnotherapy session you will be talking with the therapist and will not lose awareness of your surroundings at anytime.

What happens during a hypnotherapy session?

  

As a guide, three sessions of hypnotherapy are recommended, although some people may require more sessions. During the first session the therapist will ask you some questions about your general health and about the reasons why you have sought hypnotherapy as a treatment option. After this you will be invited to make yourself comfortable in a chair or sofa so that the therapist can guide you into a relaxed state. Many people find the process of going into a state of hypnosis both easy and relaxing and your therapist will teach you an easy way to do this, so that you can practice at home.

Subsequent sessions focus on the specific issues which are causing you problems or difficulties or maybe the things you wish to change about yourself. In these sessions, the therapist will use specific techniques to help you and your unconscious mind find a resolution to your difficulties.

I visit you in your own home

I deliver hypnotherapy sessions in your own home. Nothing special is required, just a comfortable chair or sofa in a place where you will not be disturbed or interrupted.

Clinical Hypnotherapy can be helpful for ....

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Fear, Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Fear, anxiety and panic disorder are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that we can experience at some point in our lives. Hypnotherapy can help you recover motivation, perspective, happiness and confidence.

 

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Trauma & Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Many people can experience symptoms associated with painful and traumatic circumstances. Recurrent, unpleasant dreams, fear and hopelessness are a few symptoms that can linger after traumatic events. Hypnotherapy can help you overcome these symptoms and guide you through the process of healing. 

 

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Phobias

Phobias are extreme fears about things, and are more common than you may think. Commonly, phobias may  be associated with fears about: animals or insects, fear of flying, needles and injections, or visiting the dentist and hospitals. Clearly, there are many others, and during your initial assessment individual problems can be explored. Hypnotherapy is often very helpful in managing the worries and  concerns connected with your fears

What else can hypnotherapy be useful for?

Hypnotherapy has also been found to be very useful in: smoking cessation, habits, irritable bowel syndrome and chronic pain. Please contact me with any questions via the website/email, or by phone.

Which geographical areas do you cover?

Home visits are available throughout Wirral, Liverpool and Chester areas. Please contact me for more details.

Prices

Please contact me for details

My Memberships

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Contact Me 07761837207

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colin@clinicalhypno.co.uk

Please contact me with questions.

Dr Colin Jones Clinical Hypnotherapy

07761837207