What is Hypnosis?

Heather David, CL. Hyp., ARTT

A Proven, Time-Tested Way to Help You Achieve Your Goals

The iceberg metaphor identifies the two main parts of the mind. The visible, above water, part of the iceberg represents the conscious mind and the larger, more powerful part of the mind – the subconscious – lies below the surface.

Hypnosis is about focus and tapping into the power of your subconscious mind. The more you're able to be fully aware of everything that is happening in your subconscious mind, the more successful you can be in life. Hypnosis helps solve big problems people haven't been able to work through. The hypnosis methods used in RTT specifically, uncover the root cause of many issues including anxiety, depression and fears.

In hypnosis, you become aware of things you weren't aware of before, leading to valuable insights and mental clarity. These insights and clarity help you feel more secure and confident in everything you do. During the RTT process, you are highly focused and receptive to positive suggestion. Permanent, positive, new beliefs and habits are formed in just a few sessions.

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What is Hypnosis?
Published Studies

About Hypnotherapy

American Health Magazine reported the following findings from a recent study. This study clearly points out—Hypnosis is more effective and works more quickly than traditional talk-therapy or psychoanalysis. In a hypnotic state, you are more receptive to new ideas and you can more effectively process the emotions linked to the experiences, which created pain, fear, sadness, anger, guilt, shame, humiliation and low self-esteem.

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Psychoanalysis
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Behavior Therapy
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Hypnosis FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Newport Hypnotherapy FAQ

Yes. You always remain conscious during a session. You are able to hear, talk and make decisions. The hypnotherapist guides you to what you want.

Only if they want to be hypnotized and willingly follow the hypnotist’s instructions for going into a relaxed state of focus and awareness.

Hypnosis can change one’s behavior through direct suggestions. The goal of meditation is to quiet the mind, concentrate on a state of being and relax the entire body but it does not focus on altering behavior.

Talk therapies appeal to the conscious mind and enlist the person’s intellect to solve problems. Hypnotherapy changes behaviors by enlisting the subconscious mind instead of trying to get the client to reason and intellectualize the problems and solutions from their conscious mind.

You have feelings about everything in your life, but most of the time they are beneath your conscious awareness. Hypnosis goes directly to your subconscious mind In order to create and sustain changes to your unwanted feelings, reactions and behaviors. No other therapy is able to accomplish this.