FAQ’s

Suggestion therapy will have immediate effect (although it may be a little while before you or your family notice more subtle changes.)

The feeling of relaxation and peacefulness felt after a session of hypnotherapy lasts for some time (often hours) afterwards!

Your response to hypnotherapy is very individual, however, experience and intensive training allow Sue to personalise the therapy for each client to maximise positive results.

The most critical aspect influencing the success of therapy is the relationship between the client and the therapist.

A good therapist will offer a free screening session, so that you can meet prior to treatment. Ensuring the right therapy is selected and that you feel comfortable with the therapist and confident in their abilities.

Yes. They should be qualified and a member of a respected Hypnotherapy organisation, to ensure a professional service and an ethical code of conduct.

No, you are in control at all times and you can bring yourself out of hypnosis at any time you choose.

Should you be asked to do something which you do not wish to do, or which is against your own moral standards, you would ignore the suggestion and immediately bring yourself out of hypnosis.

Yes, provided they are willing to participate and excluding those who are mentally handicapped, or under the influence of drink or drugs.

Sue Wilson is an accredited and advanced member of the International Association of Evidence Based Psychotherapists, whose code of conduct ensures absolute confidentiality for clients. This confidentiality may only be breached in potentially life-threatening situations.

In addition, Bedford Health is registered for data protection with The Department for Trade & Industry.

AND

because we’re based in private offices your safety is fully assured … it’s not as if you’re visiting someone in their home, never having met them before – when you arrive at our offices you’ll be able to relax in our reception and help yourself to complimentary refreshments.

A session lasts between 45 minutes and 55 minutes.

Don’t worry, there are very few symptoms and problems which have not been covered in previous clients’ therapy. Often the symptom/fear/phobia is unusual, whereas the underlying cause is usually far more commonplace.

Yes, you can bring a friend or relative on your free screening session, however they can’t attend your actual therapy sessions due to the need for total relaxation. People under the age of 16 have to be with an adult at all times

So, to find out more about how Sue can help you, come along to our Bedford Clinic for a free screening session, where we can have a chat about the problems you’re having. Click here to get in touch

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