Hypnosis is a highly effective method of gaining access to the potential of the human mind for personal development and therapeutic change. There is much clinical evidence and an increasing number of research studies that testify to its effectiveness. Modern scientific methods give clear evidence that hypnosis enables therapeutic change and can help people with a wide range of psychological, psychosomatic and behavioural problems. .
Scientific studies have shown characteristic neurological changes that are achieved when hypnosis is used compared to imagination or positive thinking. Hypnotherapy has applications in all areas where mind and body interact – stress management, relief from chronic pain, hypnosurgery (using hypnosis for pain relief pre-, during and post-surgery, helping recovery etc.), anxiety and panic control, confidence support and performance enhancement in virtually any field of human activity.