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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a state of focused attention and heightened suggestibility that allows individuals to access their subconscious mind more readily. It is a therapeutic technique that involves inducing a trance-like state to promote relaxation, concentration, and increased receptivity to positive suggestions. Every human experiences hypnotic states on a daily basis, such as day dreaming, when riding on public transportation and gazing into the distance, meditating or when dreaming.

During hypnosis, the trained practitioner guides the individual into a state of deep relaxation, often through verbal guidance and visualization techniques.

In this state, individuals become more open to suggestions and are better able to explore and address certain issues or make desired changes in their thoughts, behaviors, or emotions.


It is important to note that hypnosis is not a form of mind control, and individuals in a hypnotic state always have control over their actions and can reject any suggestions that do not align with their values or beliefs.


Will I be out of control?

No. You will always be in control and talking to me.

Hypnosis is not a form of mind control, and individuals in a hypnotic state always have control over their actions and can reject any suggestions that do not align with their values or beliefs.

You are able to stop the session at any time, open your eyes or use the washroom. 


Can you program my subconscious mind against my will?

No. Hypnosis is not a form of mind control, and individuals in a hypnotic state always have control over their actions and can reject any suggestions that do not align with their values or beliefs.

When you see a stage hypnotist making someone behave like a dog, they have already selected an exceptionally suggestible individual that desires to act out this part. The goal is to put on a show.


Therapeutic hypnosis is focused on the individual's well-being and personal growth. It is conducted in a private and confidential setting and aims to help individuals overcome challenges, improve their mental and emotional well-being, and achieve personal goals.


What makes Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) and the Redefined Mind approach different from other therapy?

Rapid Transformational Therapy as created by Marisa Peer and thus the Redefined Mind approach combines the best and most effective tools from psychology, psychotherapy, neurolinguistic programming, hypnotherapy and regression therapy.


Difference to classic Talk Therapy: in Talk Therapy the conscious mind is used to understand issues in the clients daily life. This can take years to shift behaviour and frequently clients never succeed in accessing the root cause of their pain. 

Redefined Mind uses the subconscious mind to quickly access the deeply buried root cause(s), bypassing the conscious mind.

Difference to regular hypnotherapy: there are many hypnotherapists using different approaches, some more effective than others. 

None of the classic approaches use the award winning tools of RTT, which include the personalised audio recording to fully recode the desired beliefs into the clients subconscious mind.


What can the Redefined Mind Method provide relief for?  

The Redefined Mind Method can be used to address almost any physical, psychological or emotional issue such as stress, anxiety, phobias, smoking cessation, grief, weight management, relationship issues, addictions, fertility and more.

I have specialised in stress, anxiety, sleep problems, confidence issues (including public speaking, setting boundaries, improving performance, and imposter syndrome), relationship issues, and fertility. Other topics are within my scope of practice also, however if I do not have the specialisation to help you, I will refer you to other RTT practitioners.


Will the session be effective, if we work online?

Yes, absolutely. There is no difference in the quality of the session or effects when we work online.

On the contrary, online sessions offer many benefits! 

  1. Accessible and Convenient: Online Sessions allow you to access my services from the comfort of your own home, regardless of geographical location. This eliminates the need for travel and provides more flexibility in scheduling sessions, making it highly convenient for those with busy lifestyles or limited mobility.

  2. Familiar Environment: Being in a familiar environment during online sessions can help individuals feel more relaxed and at ease. This can facilitate the induction of a hypnotic state and enhance the overall ease of the session.

  3. Comfort and Privacy: Online sessions offer a level of privacy and confidentiality that some individuals may prefer. They can engage in therapy from a space where they feel most comfortable, which can contribute to a deeper sense of relaxation and vulnerability during the session.


Which clients do I work with?  

Currently, I offer my services to all people over the age of 18. 

If you have ever suffered from schizophrenia, episodes of psychosis or bi-polar disorder, regression therapy is not recommended for you.


What to do before a session?

Please make sure you are in a quiet and comfortable environment, where you will not be disturbed. 

Turn off your doorbell and ensure you will not receive any deliveries during our session. 

Tell any family members or roommates not to disturb you during your session. Ensure your pets are out of the room.

Make sure your phone is on silent and your laptop is plugged in. Check that there is enough light on your face that I can always see it.

Have a glass of water and some tissues handy.


What do I have to do after a session? 

I recommend you allow yourself 10 - 30 mins after a session. Emotions and memories may come up that you wish to reflect on for longer, before returning to your routine. 

You will receive a personalised recording to listen to for 21 days after the session. It is really important you do this. The mind learns by repetition. And we are changing deep seated beliefs. In order for the new neural pathways to establish themselves, it requires a minimum of 21 days. So listen to the recording. Make time for it, it's only around 15mins long and will ensure your successful transformation.


Can I fall asleep or get stuck in hypnosis?

Technically you could fall asleep from being so relaxed. However, this has never yet happened to me.

You cannot get stuck in hypnosis. Your mind goes in and out of a hypnotic state regularly. Should the internet  connection drop out for any reason, you will either just open your eyes and come back to the room or drift off into a relaxed short nap. 

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