Achieve excellent results with hypnotherapy

  • Increase your self-esteem

  • Develop self-confidence

  • Replace anxiety with balance

  • Get over depression

  • Free yourself from fears and fobias

  • Manage your stress levels

  • Stop smoking

  • Control your weight

"We cannot solve our problems with the same level 

of thinking that created them." - Albert Einstein

The use of hypnosis for therapeutic purposes is known as "hypnotherapy" or "clinical hypnosis" and is used to treat a variety of conditions including:  low self-esteem, lack of self-confidence, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, phobias and fears, stress, smoking, overweight issues.

How it works

Have you ever tried to make changes in your life? Or solve problems without success? Have you consciously decided to act in a certain way, but failed to put the decision into action? Have you felt as if you were sabotaging yourself?

These often happen because your subconscious mind is not aligned with your conscious mind. That is, consciously throughout your life you decide to do a number of things for which you end up making excuses and never put into practice; or you start and then give up. Your subconscious mind is most often responsible for not accomplishing what you planned.

In our subconscious mind are stored all our life experiences, traumas, beliefs and values ​​that have an impact on us without our awareness.  When this information is not available at conscious levels, it become necessary to develop ways of accessing it.  For this purpose we can use hypnotherapy.

For example: A person seeks professional success, but cannot achieve it no matter how hard he or she tries. There is a high probability that he or she has one or more limiting belief about their own abilities or worthiness. This negative view of oneself may have been acquired in childhood, considering that most of the limiting beliefs that sabotage us are formed up to the age of seven. To redefine negative beliefs in this case is critical in order to progress professionally and this can be made possible through hypnotherapy sessions.

The same is true in other areas of life: relationships, wellbeing, learning, performance, self-perception and emotions, amongst others.

Behaviours, responses and emotions aligned to what you are seeking to achieve can be activated in the subconscious mind through hypnotherapy. Hypnosis can be understood as a method or technique that induces the hypnotic state, which is an ideal state for learning, to generate new habits, beliefs and mental reprogramming. The hypnotic state, contrary to what many people think, is not a state of unconsciousness where one loses control of oneself and the surrounding environment. It is a state of relaxation where the attention is focused on the voice of the hypnotherapist. In this ideal state of relaxation, the conscious mind decreases resistance to change and communication reaches the subconscious, where lasting change is possible.




Conscious or Cognitive Mind - It is the part of our mind which is responsible for our mental, rational and analytical processes and which we believe to be fully responsible for our actions.


Subconscious Mind - where our emotions, feelings, habits, long term memory and beliefs are present. This is where the feelings and values that truly define who we are and what we do are found. The subconscious is the part of your mind that influences you and affects your behaviour even if you are not aware of it.