The British Medical Association reviewed the practice of clinical hypnosis in 1955 and declared that it was not a complementary or alternative form of medicine, but an integrative practice - one that can be incorporated within standard medical disciplines.
Few medical conditions would prevent the use of hypnosis, though in some cases liaison with your medical practitioner may be appropriate.
Almost everyone who wishes to have hypnotherapy can achieve a level of relaxation sufficient to allow therapy to take place.
Did you know that nearly 80% of physical problems are thought to be stress related?
Clinical Hypnotherapy is now recognised as offering considerable benefits in alleviating and resolving many stress-related conditions such as anxiety and panic attacks, insomnia and various forms of depression.
Matthew is an experienced Clinical Hypnotherapist and specialises in the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders and also provides courses in personal development for positive thinking and self-change.
He is able to use a wide range of clinical techniques that can effectively help you overcome many obstacles and achieve realistic goals with lasting results.
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