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and NLP Neuro
Linguistic Programming, Edinburgh.
(CNHC Registered Practitioner)
We are complementary health
not alternative health practitioners. This means that we work WITH the
medical profession. If you have an illness or injury, or if you are
going to embark on a new diet, fitness plan or if you have any
uninvestigated symptoms, you must consult your medical doctor.
are strictly an adult provider.
Stuart and Denise: CNHC registered Hypnotherapists
is the UK voluntary regulator for complementary therapies that was set
up with government funding and support, and is an AVG scheme
recognise CNHC registered hypnotherapists for reimbursement.
Hypnotherapy in Edinburgh
Hypnotherapy is a generally
therapy, thanks to poor films and the silly mystique encouraged by
is nothing magic, mystical, mysterious, controlling or unethical about
hypnotherapy. It is simply professional therapy using the state of
relaxation known as hypnosis.
Hypnosis in Edinburgh
word comes from the greek work for sleep - hypnos. It actually
describes the natural state of relaxation between awake and asleep that
we have come to know as "hypnosis". You go through this state
every time you fall asleep and every time you wake. If you can sleep,
you can use hypnosis or self hypnosis.
- Everyone who is
capable of sleep can enter hypnosis.
- You know what is
going on, you are not controlled.
- You can hear what
is being said.
- It is a natural
state, you go through it every time you go to sleep.
- It is not magical
- It has nothing to
do with any faith or religion other than the state is similar
physically to trances and deep prayer.
- You do not need a
deep state of hypnosis for therapy to work.
- Rapid inductions
are not therapeutic, slow relaxing inductions are far more valid in
- Hypnosis is not a
therapy, it is a state of relaxation.
- Stage hypnotists
are in no way qualified as therapists.
- CBT may be effective
in the management of stress related symptoms such as tension headaches
(according to BMJ Learning)
- CBT may be effective
management and treatment of eating disorders and organically
unexplained symptoms and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (according to BMJ
- Hypnotherapy and CBT
may be effective for anxiety disorders (according to BMJ
Learning, NICE and
uses a similar state to a hypnotic trance, only far lighter. It is
known as an "altered state" rather than a "hypnotic state" since it is
less relaxed, and indeed sometimes uses an "up" state instead. NLP is
actually not a therapy in it's own right, it is instead a modelling
tool. A number of brilliant therapists of their day were modelled by
the founders of NLP in order to try to enable recreation of their
abilities. The result was NLP.
and NLP are
most effective when combined with other CBT Cognitive Behavioural
Change Training! Look for a therapist with additional CBT /
Psychotherapy/ Coaching experience and qualification.
Stuart & Denise:
South Side Centre,
Causewayside Edinburgh, EH9 1PY
this is a centre used by many different therapists including ourselves
and is not our listed business address. We practice from here "on
demand" among other locations. Please do not send mail or post here.
paypal. NO credit or debit card facilities on site.
Stuart also works
from Wallace House, Trinity, North Edinburgh
is based around methods recommended in NICE guidelines, and those
fully researched as effective such as CBASP. More information on both
adherence to NICE guidelines and on underpinning research please
visit our other site www.psychoanalysis.center
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adhere to appropriate National Occupational
professional insurance and support voluntary regulation of
therapists. We are both subject to regulation in therapy. Both
CNHC registered hypnotherapist (voluntary
regulation of hypnotherapy). Both therapists are registered on
both CNHC and FHT PSA Accredited Registers. Professional Standards
Authority Accredited Registers are for healthcare practitioners not
subject to statutory regulation.
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