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Sleeping disorders
£110 a session

After the free initial consultation the therapist will establish the goals with the client and how to approach the sessions. The sessions will last approx 75 minutes. The client is also given a recording to listen too each night to support the work that happens in session. Due to the variability of goals and motivators the length of treatment will vary.

Hypnotherapy is an effective treatment for various sleeping disorders, such as insomnia and restless leg syndrome

 By leveraging the power of the subconscious mind, hypnotherapy addresses the root causes of sleep disturbances and promotes healthier sleep patterns.


1. Inducing Deep Relaxation

One of the primary benefits of hypnotherapy for sleeping disorders is its ability to induce deep relaxation. During hypnotherapy sessions, individuals enter a state of focused relaxation, which helps to calm the mind and body. This state of relaxation can be particularly beneficial for individuals with insomnia, as it helps to reduce the hyperarousal that often prevents sleep onset and maintenance. The deep relaxation achieved through hypnotherapy can lead to a more restful and rejuvenating sleep.


2. Reprogramming Negative Sleep Associations

Many sleeping disorders are perpetuated by negative associations with sleep. For instance, individuals with chronic insomnia may develop anxiety about going to bed, fearing another night of restless tossing and turning. Hypnotherapy can help reprogram these negative associations by replacing them with positive ones. Through guided visualization and positive suggestions, hypnotherapy can create a mental environment that is conducive to sleep, reducing pre-sleep anxiety and promoting a sense of calm.

3. Addressing Underlying Psychological Issues

Sleep disorders often have psychological roots, such as stress, anxiety, or unresolved trauma. Hypnotherapy can help uncover and address these underlying issues, providing a more comprehensive approach to treatment. By resolving these psychological factors, hypnotherapy can alleviate the symptoms of sleeping disorders and improve overall sleep quality.

4. Enhancing Sleep Hygiene Practices

Hypnotherapy can also be used to reinforce good sleep hygiene practices. Suggestions given during hypnosis can encourage individuals to adopt habits that promote better sleep, such as maintaining a regular sleep schedule, creating a comfortable sleep environment, and avoiding stimulants before bedtime. These positive changes in behavior can significantly improve sleep quality and duration.

5. Reducing Dependence on Medication

For those who rely on sleep medications, hypnotherapy offers a natural alternative that can reduce or eliminate the need for pharmaceutical interventions. By addressing the root causes of sleep disturbances and promoting natural sleep patterns, hypnotherapy provides a sustainable solution without the side effects associated with medication.


Hypnotherapy offers a holistic and effective approach to treating sleeping disorders. By inducing deep relaxation, reprogramming negative sleep associations, addressing underlying psychological issues, and enhancing sleep hygiene practices, hypnotherapy can significantly improve sleep quality and overall well-being. Its natural, non-invasive nature makes it an appealing option for those seeking lasting relief from sleep disturbances.

Please note...

The information on these pages does not constitute medical advise, if you are already taking medication or speaking with a medical professional, please discuss the use of Hypnotherapy with them.

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