Who Can Be Hypnotised?


This is a very good question and concerns many people when they are considering hypnotherapy. There is no simple answer, but in the main most people can be hypnotised.


There are three categories, who are less suitable for clinical hypnotherapy.


· Young children.

· Those with a severe mental handicap.

· People who do not want to be hypnotised.


Young children and those with severe mental handicaps may find it hard to follow the hypnotherapist’s suggestions. Suitable clients should be willing to be hypnotised.


The only effective way to answer this question is by contacting a clinical hypnotherapist. Usually, they will be happy to meet with you for a free consultation. If they aren’t, try someone else.

Like all meetings, information should pass both ways and by the end you should have a feeling whether the hypnotherapist is going to help you.


My advice to leave the meeting, consider whether you wish to work with them and don’t be scared to ask any follow-up questions.


You are welcome to get in touch with us for a Free Initial Consultation. It will be free of charge and free from any obligation.

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