Mind Management : Change your life with Hypnotherapy and NLP

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Mind Management Clinical Hypnotherapy

Do you have a negative issue or condition that is getting you down?

Are you feeling genuinely unhappy with aspects of your life?

Are you feeling unhealthy or overweight?

Feeling down or experiencing feelings of hopelessness or depression?

Burdened by fears or phobia’s?

Want to get rid of negative habits that no longer serve you?

Are you really ready for change?


Then Mind Management CAN help you…………..


Mind Management Clinical Hypnotherapy explained as simply as possible is the ability to bypass the conscious mind (the thinking mind) and communicate with the subconscious/unconscious (feeling) part of the mind, usually done in a state of relaxation or trance where reframed and positive hyper-suggestibility becomes possible. When a particular problem/condition is defined then reframed by the therapist in conjunction with the client appropriate hypnotic suggestion/s can then be communicated with the unconscious mind and change and healing becomes possible. Mind Management Clinical Hypnotherapy is a generative learning/outcome based healing modality and that is essentially what differentiates this type of Hypnotherapy from other mind based healing modalities.

Hypnotherapy is of no harm at all to the client whatsoever when practiced by a qualified and competent therapist. Ericksonian style Clinical Hypnotherapy is practiced at Mind Management. Bradley Copson is a fully qualified and registered Clinical Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner and uses a uniquely professional, honest, straightforward, permissive, informal, friendly and supportive style that differentiates him from most practitioners. This approach really allows clients to trust that the process will result in REAL change for the client. In fact, if real change is not experienced in 5 sessions then the client will be referred to another qualified therapist. This is rare for a therapist. Bradley Copson predominately uses metaphors that contain imbedded and reframed hypnotic suggestions that make sense to the client. These suggestions are then communicated to the client under hypnosis in a way that the client can relate to. We all process things differently so it is essential that each client is approached in an individual fashion and that relating to them within their “Map of the world” is essential to the success of each treatment. Hypnosis is a state of consciousness not a state of unconsciousness and is a normal, natural state of mind and nothing to be feared. The subject hears and knows what is being said during hypnosis. When clients are in a hypnotic state they can talk, feel, hear taste and smell as normal. All 5 of their senses (Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Olfactory, Gustatory plus Thinking) can be distorted, increased, decreased etc. Under hypnosis, clients have greater control over their mind and body than they do when they are not under hypnosis which surprises many people. It is Mind Management’s belief that almost any illness, phobia, negative habit or negative condition can be treated in a positive fashion with Hypnotherapy in conjunction with conscious positive decision making and lifestyle alterations where appropriate. It is his belief that “What the mind believes the body responds to” which is a fundamental principle in the Hypnotherapy model practiced at Mind Management.

Amazing as it seems, Hypnosis has been known about for centuries (it was even referred to in ancient Sanskrit writings and even in Egyptian papyrus scrolls depicting the stories of sleep temples in which priests dressed in mystical robes would speak in ways in such a way that illnesses were healed before they were), yet to this day hypnosis is still a healing modality clouded with mystery and confusion. Most people have little or no understanding of Hypnosis at all other than the stage or television version they may see. People versed in the psychoanalytical work of Freud and Carl Jung will also be aware of their fondness for Hypnosis, although the more authoritarian style practiced during this period is not practiced at Mind Management.

More recently, you may well be aware of the work of Milton Erickson (referred to as the “father” of contemporary permissive Hypnosis which in essence is the style of hypnotherapy practiced at Mind Management. Erickson utilised the clients own attitudes, conditioning, feelings, behaviors, and aspects of their own current reality as the fundamental components in developing the hypnotic suggestions used in metaphors and then communicated to the unconscious mind under hypnosis. The Ericksonian style hypnotic/therapeutic intervention techniques are especially acceptable to clients because the therapist is using a reframed version of the clients total communication styles taking into account all of their senses and processing ‘modes’ leading the client towards Trans Derivational Searching (TDS-ing) in order to find the resources they require to address the particular issue of concern . Essentially, this mode of Hypnotherapy helps the client access the resources they need to address the issue/s of concern.