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The Association for Solution Focused Hypnotherapy

The Association for Solution Focused Hypnotherapy aim to bring the highest standards of care possible to the clients of our members by ensuring they meet our training standards. The association updates it's memebers with  the latest developments in hypnotherapy to maintain the highest standards of care possible. The association supports its members and therapists in their work by providing supervision support and continued professional development (CPD). The AfSFH works closely with the government  governing bodies such as NCH & UPCHO to ensure their guidlines are adhered to and all our members are up to date with current regulations. 

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Solution Focused Hypotherapy - What we say we do

Solution Focused Hypnotherapy uses practical, modern, and well-researched strategies to help people make significant, positive changes in their lives in a relatively short period of time.

With Solution Focused Hypnotherapy, we look at what the client wants to achieve (the solution) rather than at whatever prompted them to visit us (the problem).

The approach focuses on the present and future and not on the past. The Hypnotherapist asks the client to consider their preferred future, for instance, what would be better if the problem had improved? What would have changed? This enables the client’s possible solutions to become more obvious and gives the client a goal to work towards.

Hypnosis itself reduces anxiety, and this is done very simply through relaxation and visualisation, allowing the client to focus on the positive aspects of their life that encouraging a shift in perspective.

Through working with the client, Solution Focused Hypnotherapy can help with confidence and self-esteem problems. It can also help (if necessary in conjunction with medication) in the treatment of depression and anxiety, including panic attacks, agoraphobia (fear of open spaces) and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Minor phobias such as spiders, water, flying, and public speaking can also be minimised, along with painful memories and traumatic experiences.