Hypnotherapy, when conducted by a trained and qualified professional, is generally considered safe. It is a non-invasive and natural approach to therapy that focuses on harnessing the power of the mind. However, it is important to ensure that you choose a certified and reputable hypnotherapist who follows ethical guidelines and practices. 
During hypnotherapy, you remain in control and cannot be made to do anything against your will or moral code. The therapist acts as a guide, helping you enter a relaxed state of focused attention where positive suggestions and therapeutic techniques are utilised to promote change and well-being. 
It's essential to disclose any relevant medical or mental health conditions to your hypnotherapist to ensure the therapy is tailored to your specific needs. Always consult with a healthcare professional or qualified hypnotherapist to determine if hypnotherapy is a suitable option for you. 
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