Hypnotherapy for Anxiety in London

We know how miserable it is to suffer from anxiety, that state of always feeling on edge or panicked, unable to relax or rationalise how you feel. It’s debilitating and destabilising – but the good news is our hypnotherapy for anxiety sessions can help.
Anxiety is the manifestation of our subconscious mind going into protection mode. Anxiety is the physical alarm bell our automatic nervous system uses to warn us about and prepare us for dangerous situations. Put another way, anxiety is the body’s way of keeping us safe.

When something – a situation or a thought – triggers our nervous system, it immediately kickstarts a physical ‘fight or flight’ reaction which prompts us to decide either to face the danger or to flee from it.

Anxiety symptoms are varied. At their mildest, we might experience butterflies in the stomach. But more severe symptoms can include shaking, a racing heart, hot flushes, chest pains, breathlessness, dizziness, pins and needles and a sensation of feeling ‘unreal’ in the company of others.

Though often very intense, these symptoms are completely harmless and are part of our genetic instinct for self-preservation. The power of hypnotherapy lies in allowing you to identify and then deal with the triggers that cause these responses in the first place.
Anxiety can also have its root causes in situations which are challenging socially, such as parties or functions where we are expected to interact with strangers or perform in front of others. And so we avoid confrontation with our anxiety by crying off at the last moment or making excuses to leave early.

Often, it is the situations to which we are committed and have no real control which cause us the most difficulty with anxiety – public speaking, leading team meetings, face-to-face sales or a big pitch to a client are all typical examples of situations in which we feel trapped and unable to take control.

Hypnotherapy For Anxiety

Personal finances are another prevalent trigger for anxiety. When we’re experiencing financial hardship – whether it’s of our own making or not – those feelings of helplessness morph into a fear of facing up to the issues at play. And so in a vain attempt to alleviate the symptoms – or to avoid having to think about it at all – we avoid looking at our bank balance or opening bank statements and invent stories to tell ourselves about a new job or a pay rise or a sale on eBay that will make everything all right again. Unfortunately, anxiety loves avoidance.
The tricks we teach ourselves to avoid whatever is causing us to be anxious are simply sticking plasters for the soul – and eventually, there comes a time when they’re not enough to stop us from feeling overwhelmed by the emotions that lie deeper below the surface of our psyche. That’s the point at which self-help probably ceases to become an option and hypnotherapy becomes a consideration.

Severe anxiety issues occur when we become fearful of the anxiety itself. This can trigger a vicious circle where the fear of anxiety leads to more intense physical symptoms, creating more fear and progressively more acute bodily reactions. In the process, the brain comes to accept this elevated state of anxiety as normal and as a result, the sufferer experiences regular or constantly high levels of anxiety.

It’s like overwinding a wristwatch. The tighter we wind it, the more likely it is that a spring will snap. That constant ratcheting up of your anxiety is like the constant winding of a watch – eventually, the impact of that on not only our emotional well-being but also on our physical health can become quite serious. The secret is to find help in dealing with it before that happens.

Hypnotherapy works because it puts an end to that instinctive emotional overwinding that we go through when we’re anxious.
We have become less good at working to identify what is causing us to be anxious than finding ways of dealing with that problem at its root.
Often, anxiety can be the physical and emotional manifestation of trauma earlier in life – something which we may not even consciously recognise as influencing our emotional well-being. In some cases, this trauma has had such a significant impact on us that our clever subconscious has buried it out of sight.


What is Hypnotherapy for Anxiety?

Hypnotherapy for anxiety is a transformative approach that helps individuals overcome the debilitating effects of anxiety. Anxiety levels significantly increased during the initial phase of lockdown, leading to heightened emotional distress and feelings of unease. At Zoë Clews & Associates in London, our hypnotherapy sessions provide effective support for individuals suffering from anxiety. We understand the profound impact anxiety can have, causing constant edginess, panic, and an inability to relax or rationalise one’s emotions. Through gentle and non-invasive hypnotherapy techniques, we address the underlying causes of anxiety and empower individuals to achieve a state of calm, control, and overall well-being.

Who is Hypnotherapy for Anxiety For?

Hypnotherapy for anxiety is designed for individuals who experience anxiety, irrespective of its root causes or specific triggers. Anxiety is a natural response of the subconscious mind, signalling potential danger and preparing us for self-protection. However, when anxiety becomes repressed or suppressed, it can negatively impact various aspects of life. Our hypnotherapy sessions are suitable for individuals who seek relief from the debilitating effects of anxiety, enabling them to break free from its grip and enjoy a more fulfilling life. Whether anxiety stems from work-related stress, social challenges, financial concerns, or unresolved traumas, our approach is tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual.

How Does Hypnotherapy for Anxiety Work?

Hypnotherapy for anxiety works by resetting the anxiety level to a healthier state. It involves clearing the subconscious mind of negative or unhealthy beliefs that contribute to anxiety and replacing them with calmness, relaxation, and a future-oriented indifference towards triggering situations or experiences. Our hypnotherapy sessions create a safe and non-invasive environment, allowing individuals to explore the underlying reasons for their anxiety. With our support, individuals gain valuable tools to overcome the barriers that prevent them from fully embracing and enjoying life. The sessions progress at a comfortable pace, ensuring effective resolution and addressing the internal aspects of anxiety.

Benefits Of Hypnotherapy For Anxiety

What are the benefits of Hypnotherapy for Anxiety?

Engaging in hypnotherapy for anxiety offers numerous benefits for individuals seeking relief from anxiety-related challenges:

  • Anxiety Resolution: Hypnotherapy helps reset anxiety levels to a healthier state, freeing individuals from constant worry and fear.
  • Addressing Root Causes: By exploring the underlying reasons for anxiety, hypnotherapy enables individuals to identify and confront the core issues that contribute to their emotional distress.
  • Calm and Relaxation: Hypnotherapy instils a sense of calmness and relaxation, allowing individuals to navigate triggering situations with greater composure and emotional balance.
  • Personal Empowerment: Hypnotherapy equips individuals with valuable tools and strategies to overcome anxiety, empowering them to regain control and embrace a more fulfilling life.
  • Physical and Emotional Well-being: By reducing anxiety levels, hypnotherapy positively impacts both physical and emotional health, promoting overall well-being.

Whatever the cause of your anxiety, hypnotherapy can help you overcome the challenges you face and set you on the path to a happier and less challenging life. At Zoe Clews & Associates, our hypnotherapy is gentle and non-invasive, helping you to meet your subconscious in a non-threatening way.

With a clinic based in Marylebone as well as the option to work online, we’d love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have about hypnotherapy for anxiety treatments. Please book below or get in touch with us for more information. You can read our testimonials here.

Anxiety FAQs

Hypnotherapy for anxiety is a therapeutic approach that uses hypnosis to help individuals manage and reduce their anxiety levels.
Hypnotherapy targets the subconscious mind to address underlying anxiety triggers, while other treatments may focus on cognitive or behavioural techniques.
Yes, hypnotherapy can equip individuals with coping strategies and relaxation techniques to manage anxiety more effectively.
Hypnotherapy can help with various anxiety issues, including social anxiety, generalised anxiety disorder, phobias, and panic attacks.
Yes, hypnotherapy can be beneficial for most individuals seeking help with anxiety.
The number of sessions required may vary depending on individual needs, but several sessions are often recommended for lasting results.
Yes, hypnotherapy can complement other anxiety treatments, providing a comprehensive approach.
Hypnotherapy is generally safe, and side effects are minimal, such as temporary emotional sensitivity.
Yes, hypnotherapy can help individuals explore and identify the underlying causes of their anxiety, including past experiences and triggers.
Yes, hypnotherapy can help individuals develop healthier coping mechanisms and relaxation techniques for managing anxiety.
Hypnotherapy accesses the subconscious mind to identify and modify subconscious beliefs and patterns related to anxiety.
Yes, hypnotherapy can help individuals manage anticipatory anxiety and excessive worry by promoting relaxation and positive thinking.
Yes, hypnotherapy can be effective for individuals with chronic anxiety, helping them manage their symptoms more effectively.
Yes, hypnotherapy can provide tools and techniques to manage anxiety in social settings and improve confidence.
Yes, hypnotherapy can equip individuals with strategies to regain control and reduce the intensity of panic attacks.
Yes, hypnotherapy can help individuals develop a more optimistic mindset, reducing anxiety-related negative thoughts.
Yes, hypnotherapy can help individuals manage performance anxiety in public speaking, exams, and other areas of life.
Yes, hypnotherapy can promote relaxation and improve sleep quality, reducing anxiety-related insomnia.
Yes, hypnotherapy can help individuals manage physical symptoms by promoting relaxation and stress reduction.
Yes, hypnotherapy can assist in reframing negative thoughts and beliefs, promoting a more positive mindset.
Yes, hypnotherapy can help individuals break the cycle of anxiety and avoidance, encouraging healthier behaviours.
Yes, hypnotherapy can help individuals address and overcome anxiety-related phobias.
Yes, hypnotherapy can be beneficial for managing anxiety related to past traumatic experiences.
Yes, hypnotherapy can teach individuals relaxation techniques to use in stressful situations to manage anxiety.
Yes, hypnotherapy can be tailored to your individual needs, helping you develop a personalised anxiety management plan.

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