What if the issue is "deep rooted"?

by Dave Sabat 15 October 2008

I don't believe that there is such a thing as a “deep rooted” issue or problem. There is only a reluctance to identify the issue, a reluctance to admit the cause of the issue or a reluctance to let it go. Sometimes people don't want to go back to memories of past events but until […]

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Will I remember everything after a hypnotherapy session?

by Dave Sabat 21 November 2007

Remember how after watching an episode of your favourite soap you could tell someone what happened although you wouldn't remember the episode word for word, well the same can be said for a session of hypnotherapy. The vast majority of people remember the session, but not word for word, although sometimes some people will have such a […]

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What is hypnotherapy? (FAQ's)

by Dave Sabat 10 August 2007

In a previous post I discussed hypnosis, so what is the difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy? A very important fact to remember is that all hypnotherapy uses hypnosis but not all hypnosis is hypnotherapy. Once someone has allowed themselves to be guided into a state of hypnosis, a good, skilled professional hypnotherapist could help the […]

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What is Hypnosis? (FAQ's)

by Dave Sabat 8 August 2007

Hypnosis is a state that all of us pop in and out of all the time, many times a day. When we watch a film or programme on the TV and our attention becomes so fixed on the storyline, we can become emotional and feel as is we are really there, really involved. Emotions are controlled […]

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Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis frequently asked questions (FAQ's)

by Dave Sabat 1 August 2007

Over the years I have been asked thousands and thousands of questions about what I do and what exactly hypnotherapy is. Some of these question are repeated often, some are so obscure that I have only been asked them once, some are sensible and some have been unrepeatable! The purpose of this new category is to answer […]

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