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Hypnotherapy is a type of therapy that uses hypnosis to help individuals access their unconscious minds and make positive changes in their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The therapist may use guided imagery, relaxation techniques, and positive suggestions to help the individual reach a state of deep relaxation and focus, to work with the client's subconscious mind to create positive change.

At We-taking care, our therapists may use hypnotherapy as a part of a comprehensive treatment plan for a range of issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, phobias, and chronic pain. Hypnotherapy can help individuals overcome limiting beliefs, gain insight into their thoughts and behaviors, and improve their overall well-being.

Once the client is in a hypnotic state, the therapist will use a variety of techniques to help them achieve their goals. For example, the therapist may use suggestion therapy to encourage positive thinking and behavior, or regression therapy to help the client identify and overcome past traumas or negative experiences.

Throughout the session, the therapist will provide support and guidance to the client, helping them to feel comfortable and safe in the hypnotic state. 

At We-Taking Care, after the session, the therapist may provide the client with recordings or other tools to help them continue the positive changes they have made during the session if it was decided earlier with the patient.

Overall, hypnotherapy is a gentle and effective therapy that can help individuals achieve their goals and overcome a variety of challenges. It is typically conducted in a safe and supportive environment by a trained and licensed hypnotherapist.

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