Hypnotherapy Plays to our Strengths

Hypnosis for self improvement

Hypnosis used in a clinical setting can help us to become better versions of ourselves. Most of us realise that we have both strengths and weaknesses. Well doesn’t it make sense to focus on our strengths and make them even more powerful drivers of our personality?

What about our weaknesses? No doubt we would all like to distance ourself from our negative personality traits and this can certainly be achieved easily and effortlessly with skilful hypnotherapy. As we like to say, “where attention goes, energy flows.”

However, closer scrutiny of our so-called weaknesses may reveal that there may be a positive intent behind them. For example underlying an addiction to food or alcohol may be a need to manage stress or it could be a symptom of a lack of work/life balance. Sometimes it’s easier for a health professional to see that.

Sometimes our weaknesses or bad habits may seem quite unconscious and out of our control. If you have an unconscious problem then you need an unconscious solution which is where hypnotherapy comes in.

About Sam Hayes

Sam Hayes is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist practising in Perth Western Australia. He is a highly qualified practitioner and he has studied with some of the leading Clinical Hypnosis teachers in Australia and Internationally. He has studied at the Australian Academy of Hypnosis (Principal: Rick Collingwood), The Erickson Institute of Western Australia (Principal: George Burns, Clinical Psychologist) and with Dr Michael Yapko (one of the world's leading teachers of Clinical Hypnosis). In addition Sam has a degree in Sports Science from UWA and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from ECU.

Sam lists some of his interests as Psychology and Personal Development, Art and Cinema, Reading and holistic health (including Relaxation and Meditation).