The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy responds to feedback to Rebecca’s 70lb weight loss using hypnotherapy

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In a report issued this week, The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy responds to questions asking if hypnotherapy for weight loss is too good to be true.

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When you use hypnotherapy for weight loss you change beliefs at a core level which has a profound effect on your food choices

Since The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy released a video of Rebecca's weight loss with hypnotherapy story just over a week ago, they have had lots of feedback asking:

Is it really possible to lose weight so naturally?
How did she really feel during those eight months that she lost the weight?
Does hypnotherapy work?

In response to these questions, The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy has issued a report explaining exactly how hypnotherapy for weight loss really works. It explains the effects on the body that sugary foods have and how the body responds to them.

The report discusses how most people struggle to avoid the temptation of sugary foods, where in reality acceptance of their existence and avoidance in the mind is the only effective way to create behavioural change that will last.

Paul White, the behavioural change specialist at The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy, and Chairman of the National Council for Hypnotherapy, said “When you use hypnotherapy for weight loss you change beliefs at a core level which has a profound effect on your food choices. In Rebecca's case, the changes had to encompass not only the type, but also the quantity of the food she was consuming.”

“I think Rebecca summed it up best when she said ‘I just didn't feel like eating the food that I had desired in the past’. This was a radical change in her behaviours, one that just a few short weeks before she could not have believed it was possible for her to behave and feel that way.”

At the Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy in Surrey they seek to change their clients’ relationship with food. The hypnotherapist will work with the client to change the way they view food, even the way they think about food, so the client eats to live, rather than lives to eat. By doing so they remove the guilt, reduce consumption and feel happier around food.

Paul White has been Chairman of the National Council for Hypnotherapy for five years. He has been a Director of The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy for 11 years. He has a special interest in weight control and problem behaviours (addictions).

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