Facts and Questions about Fast Track Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy

What Is Hypnosis/ Hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis is only a state of relaxation and concentration at one with a state of heightened awareness induced by suggestion.

What Is Fast Track Hypnosis?

Fast Track Hypnosis is a method that I created over the years which combines Hypnosis, Laser Therapy, (if required) and special audio and visual techniques in an exclusive package (unlike any other Local Hypnotherapist in the U.K or Spain) to  rapidly help a person overcome their problem in 3 or 4 sessions ( simple problems normally only take 1 session) as opposed to traditional hypnotherapy which can take much longer, sometimes up to 15 sessions.

Why Fast Track Hypnosis and not conventional Hypnotherapy?

A good example is recently I had a client who had very severe toothache and who had not been to her dentist for over 20 years due to her dental phobia (Odontophobia) and was in utter agony.

A conventional Hypnotherapist would then want to regress the client back to try to trace the cause of her phobia over a series of weekly sessions ( between 12-15 sessions). Using my Fast Track Hypnosis after two sessions (over 2 days) my client then went to the dentist, had the tooth removed and that was that! Basically the client had a problem and wanted it overcome there and then- she didn't want to endure the toothache for a further 3 months while attending a conventional Hypnotherapist to talk about her childhood.

Are there some people you cannot hypnotise?

No, although the degree varies from person to person.

Should a person who has epilepsy use hypnosis?

No, not unless previously agreed with their doctor.

How many hypnosis sessions will I need?

Depending on what the problem is, as shown on the following pages, it may take more than one session

Click here for a list of other problems  Alan Gilchrist and Fast Track Hypnosis can help with.


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