Debbie's Hypnotherapy Blogs
How does hypnosis help with pain? The honest answer to this is we don't know, although there is a long history of it being used in this way. John Elliotson (1791-1868), for example, a professor at London University Hospital, found that patients could undergo major surgery using trance as their only anaesthetic.
Complementary therapies are becoming very popular, and the range of therapies - and therapists - on offer can seem vast. So how do you even begin to choose?
The provision of most therapies is unregulated by law, or only subject to voluntary regulation, which makes it difficult to sort out those who are reliable and well trained from those who aren't. So here's my guide to picking the right person to help you.