FAQ's About Hypnosis

Most people considering hypnosis have questions about what they'll experience.
Here are some answers to the inquiries we receive most often.

Who can be hypnotized?
  Practically everyone to some extent. However, people will vary as to the depth of hypnosis they experience.

What are the requirements of a good hypnosis subject?
  Primarily a desire to be hypnotized plus a willingness to concentrate and to cooperate.

What is the most important dynamic in hypnotherapy?
  Trust. It is critical that you and your therapist establish rapport through open and honest communication.

Will I be asleep?
  No. Sleep and hypnosis are different experiences. In hypnosis, you'll be aware of what's going on. Your senses may even be more acute than usual.

Will hypnosis cause me to lose control?
  No. On the contrary, hypnosis help you gain control and honor your own values and standards.

What if I have medical problems?
  We often work with clients who have medical problems. We welcome your doctor's referral and are happy to coordinate treatment plans.

What's the difference between hypnosis and self-hypnosis?
  What we call hypnosis is really self-hypnosis, produced and initiated by you, with your therapist acting as teacher or guide. At Charlotte Hypnosis you'll learn self-hypnosis techniques to reinforce progress made between sessions and to ensure that useful skills are in place for accomplishing other goals in the future.

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