(PRWEB UK) 14 February 2013
Recently the National Council of Hypnotherapy (NCH) was contacted by a therapist with a happy client who expressed their joy at a release from heartbreak. The client was in their late 50s and had been suffering with a chronic lack of confidence and rejection issues from a previous failed marriage. The client described feelings of loneliness, isolation and an inability to socialise and make new friends. The client avoided shops, people and busy areas as much as possible – simply going to and from work and retiring in front of the TV alone at night.
The more the client retreated from the world, the harder he found it to be around others and the more his confidence collapsed, even calling himself, ‘The local hermit.’ Over a series of five cognitive hypnotherapy sessions the client soon revealed high levels of guilt, a lack of trust and self respect and a sense of worthlessness, all relating to previous marriage breakdown. The therapist looked at creating positive inner resources and anchors, re-aligning values about relationships and friendships as well as confidence building. As the sessions progressed the client booked a holiday, reduced solitary time, joined the National Trust and even visited a Spa to prove his own worthiness. Furthermore, many months after the sessions had been completed, the client wrote to the therapist to inform them of a new love interest he had met of a similar age with similar interests – the hypnotherapy had transformed his life, not only had he found love again he had also learned to value himself once more.
The National Council of Hypnotherapy (NCH) is delighted to hear such a successful story – as a representative from the company explained, ‘marriage breakdowns are obviously a life changing event and sometimes it can be hard to adapt to new circumstances. Loneliness, isolation and a lust for life can often be lost. Hypnotherapy can be used effectively to discover underlying issues and combat them, nobody at any age or situation should feel worthless or alone.’
NCH continues to raise awareness of hypnotherapy.
NCH represents over 1800 hypnotherapy professionals within the UK and is committed to ensuring the highest possible professional standards amongst our members. Those looking for help with anxiety, panic attacks, habits and phobias may be relieved of symptoms through local based therapists. As one of the largest registers of independent Hypnotherapists, the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH) is actively involved with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) and strives to shape standards and future of the profession.