What is Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy based around hypnosis. It is a state of concentration that we often recognise when we discover that we have driven a portion of a familiar journey but have little recollection of it. Even day-dreaming is a form of hypnosis.

Why Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy focuses on the outcome rather than the history of your current issue. The aim is to positively improve your situation, quickly and in a relaxing way. I might ask you about how you came to be in your current situation, but essentially hypnotherapy is a here and now therapy.

Bournemouth Hypnotherapy

Natural Mind Hypnotherapy is conveniently situated halfway between Poole and Bournemouth. With ample free parking and easy access from Ashley Road, the journey to your session can be a stress-free one. Still don't want to travel? Why not talk to me about my Skype sessions?


Boosting confidence and self-esteem using hypnotherapy

Hypnosis for Self-Esteem

By |September 2nd, 2020|

Hypnosis for Self-Esteem
In a 2017 research in the UK by Dove, it was found that 61% of 10-17 year old girls in the UK have low self-esteem.

Self-esteem is an area that can affect so many other areas of someone’s life.

From sports professionals to teenagers, weight issues to addictions, self esteem can lie beneath many […]

Hypnosis for public speaking and presentations

By |November 18th, 2013|

Hypnosis for public speaking and presentations
So you’ve been told that you must do a pitch for your forthcoming staff meeting. Whilst you find speeches a little nerve-wracking, you tell yourself it will be alright. But as the meeting comes closer, you know that it won’t be okay and you are sorry for saying that […]

Hypnotherapy for confidence and self-esteem

By |August 22nd, 2013|

Hypnotherapy for confidence and self-esteem
We are all shaped by hypnotic suggestion from the day we were born. Some of this suggestion is positive and beneficial but some is not. For example, were you perhaps told to ‘finish your plate’ before leaving the table or that you wouldn’t get any pudding until you had finished? […]