Are you fed up with waking up with constant hangovers, not remembering what happened the night before, and having to apologise for poor behaviour? If this sounds like you, I have great news! I will help you feel at ease and break free of alcohol dependency through hypnosis. Hypnosis to stop drinking is the simple and lasting way to take back control of your life.

How is hypnotherapy used to treat alcoholism?

There are three key ways in which healing hypnotherapy is used to curb alcoholism. 

#1: Hypnotherapy for addiction bypasses the critical faculty of your conscious mind. This ensures your subconscious is free to accept suggestions to promote feelings of calmness and relaxation, while freeing you of the urge to drink alcohol. 

#2: Healing hypnotherapy sessions help me to access your subconscious mind. This access allows me to discover the root cause of your alcohol addiction. Once discovered, we can untangle any emotional ties you have to alcohol. 

#3: Hypnotherapy also enables you to effectively take control of your behaviours, feelings and thoughts

 

What happens during these sessions?

Your first session involves me learning more about you. I want to learn about your past and present, as well as your goals for the future. This hypnosis for alcohol abuse session is dedicated to discovering your “triggers”, and what thoughts and feelings are activated when you drink.

The second visit is your first hypnosis session. The aim of this session is to reduce your desire to drink and increase your sense of self-worth.

As every person is different, subsequent sessions are customised to suit your needs. Some sessions are focused on discovering and resolving the root cause of your alcoholism. Other sessions will provide you with techniques to manage the desire to consume alcohol. 

These include: self-hypnosis, mindfulness and NLP tools to help you take control of your addiction.=

Are you ready to leave your addiction behind and step into the life you were meant to live? Contact Empowered Alchemy today to arrange an appointment.