Weight Loss

Hypnotherapy Weight Loss Video Testimonial

95% of diets fail and it’s no wonder, as many people are given the wrong information to successfully lose weight.  Of course, people are able to make dramatic changes very quickly with crash diets, but can revert back to their old habits and ways of thinking.  Often people find themselves in a cycle of being motivated to stick to a diet regime, followed by a period of time resorting to old habits and feeling guilty.  This leads to fluctuating weight, accompanied by periods of guilt with associated poor self esteem and confidence.

Our approach helps people to make healthy choices in relation to diet and develop healthy coping strategies for the future.  Often people do not hold rational beliefs about relapses, there will be times where you feel you have made a mistake.  When people are not mentally prepared for this, they begin to relate this loss to failure and it becomes a self defeating cycle that you are “stupid, a loser, why do I bother”.  We can help identify and prepare for these occasions.  We aim to be realistic and to help give lifelong change which is sustainable, not just for a few weeks but lasting into your future.

If your diet has developed into a negative habit it can feel difficult to break those metaphorical chains.  We can assist you to make this transition to healthy eating leading to a slimmer trimmer more confident you.

 

 

 

 

How our programmes are delivered

A specific plan is tailored to each person by one of our therapists, to help them achieve their goals and to prepare for any issues along the way.

We easily identify any issues by using evidence based procedures to help assess and build a strategic plan for success.  Case formulation (understanding of issues) is a very important part of any successful therapy.  “A problem well defined is a problem halved”.

We focus on three main aspects that are required by any therapist,

  • Bond of trust between therapist and client;
  • Agreement on therapy goals;
  • Agreement on therapy tasks (Bordin, 1979).

The initial session will start with an introduction to dispel any concerns/misconceptions that you have about hypnotherapy.

Relevant questions will be asked so that we can get a better understanding of what your main issue is, and if there are any other contributing stresses.

If there any obstacles that come in the way of you achieving your goals, we will work together to design a flexible plan to prepare for any setbacks so you can stay on track.