Hypnotherapy for PTSD London

Itโ€™s thought that up to 3.5 million adults in the UK are living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a mental health condition indelibly linked to a deeply wounding physical or psychological event, often buried deep in the past.

The impact of PTSD can be completely devastating, impacting on every area of life, and casting a permanent shadow over those who live with it.

What is post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)?

PTSD most commonly affects people who have experienced or witnessed a past traumatic physical or psychological event. Often the memory of that event is so damaging is suppressed to the point that the individual cannot consciously remember it.

Events that may be responsible for PTSD include death, or the threat of death, serious injury, or sexual violence.

Individuals with PTSD typically experience a range of distressing symptoms, including intrusive memories, flashbacks, nightmares, and intense emotional or physical reactions to reminders of the trauma.

Other symptoms may include avoidance of places, people, or activities associated with the trauma, negative changes in mood and thinking, and heightened arousal or reactivity, such as being easily startled or having difficulty sleeping.

What is the impact of PTSD?

PTSD can significantly impact daily functioning, relationships, and general well-being, but with appropriate treatment and support, individuals can work towards healing and managing these symptoms effectively.

Hypnotherapy for PTSD London

What is PTSD therapy?

The Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment we offer at our London clinic allows you to work with our highly trained and experienced PTSD therapist Henry to reframe experiences at your own pace, within a safe and controlled space.

You will work together to foster a deeper understanding of your responses to situations, encouraging your nervous system to relax and repair, with the aim of
empowering you to live a more meaningful, peaceful, and secure life after trauma.

Who benefits from PTSD therapy?

Our Hypnotherapy for PTSD is tailored to specific individual needs and circumstances. PTSD has many common themes, but everyoneโ€™s trauma journey is unique. The PTSD hypnotherapy offered here at Zoe Clews Associates benefits those with symptoms that may include:

  • Intrusive thoughts and/or distressing memories
  • Emotional withdrawal
  • Difficulty forming or maintaining relationships
  • Mood swings
  • Flashbacks
  • Persistent feelings of risk or danger
  • Hyper-vigilance
  • Sensory triggers
  • Self-destructive behaviours
Hypnotherapy for PTSD

What are the benefits of PTSD hypnotherapy?

Through this transformative journey, individuals can experience a range of significant
benefits, including:

  • Achieving a stable sense of being
  • Reintegrating into the world with a more stable and loving sense of self
  • Creation of coping strategies for when symptoms might occur
  • Regulation of emotional and physical systems.
  • Ability to respond instead of react and the removal of fear-based reactions.
  • Freedom from impactful trauma:
  • Recovery of autonomy and inner peace and safety.
  • Meaningful and purposeful living

How does PTSD therapy work?

Our approach to PTSD therapy focuses on hypnotherapy, inner child therapy, regression, and reflective discussion that enables you to release trauma from the subconscious and the Body.

Together, will concentrate on a single event at a time and tackle the causal reasons behind the symptoms youโ€™re experiencing, using compassionate exploration to make healing a reality and allow you to achieve a more profound sense of peace and emotional balance.

The process is designed to go at a pace that is right for you, allowing for a safe and secure restoration of emotional and physical well-being.

With a clinic conveniently located in the heart of Marylebone, London, and the option to work online, weโ€™d love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have about Hypnotherapy for PTSD.

PTSD FAQs

PTSD is a mental health condition linked to a deeply wounding physical or psychological event, commonly affecting individuals who have experienced or witnessed trauma, with memories often suppressed to a damaging extent.
Up to 3.5 million adults in the UK are estimated to be living with PTSD, a condition that can have a profound and devastating impact on various aspects of life.
Events such as death, the threat of death, serious injury, or sexual violence are common triggers for PTSD, resulting in suppressed memories and distressing symptoms.
Symptoms of PTSD include intrusive thoughts, distressing memories, emotional withdrawal, difficulty forming relationships, mood swings, flashbacks, persistent feelings of risk or danger, hyper-vigilance, sensory triggers, and self-destructive behaviors.
PTSD significantly impacts daily functioning, relationships, and general well-being, casting a permanent shadow over the lives of those affected. However, with appropriate treatment and support, effective symptom management and healing are possible.
The goal of PTSD therapy is to reframe traumatic experiences at the individual's own pace, within a safe and controlled space. Working with experienced therapist Henry aims to foster a deeper understanding of responses to situations and empower individuals to lead a more meaningful, peaceful, and secure life after trauma.
Hypnotherapy for PTSD is tailored to specific individual needs and circumstances, benefiting those experiencing symptoms such as intrusive thoughts, emotional withdrawal, difficulty forming relationships, mood swings, flashbacks, persistent feelings of risk, hyper-vigilance, sensory triggers, and self-destructive behaviors.
Individuals undergoing PTSD hypnotherapy can experience benefits such as achieving a stable sense of being, reintegrating into the world with a more stable and loving sense of self, creation of coping strategies, regulation of emotional and physical systems, ability to respond instead of react, freedom from impactful trauma, recovery of autonomy, inner peace, safety, and meaningful and purposeful living.
PTSD therapy involves hypnotherapy, inner child therapy, regression, and reflective discussion. This combination aims to release trauma from the subconscious and the body, focusing on a single event at a time to address causal reasons behind symptoms through compassionate exploration.
The therapy process is designed to go at a pace suitable for the individual, allowing for the safe and secure restoration of emotional and physical well-being. Therapist Henry collaborates with individuals to ensure a comprehensive and effective healing process.
PTSD therapy at Zoe Clews & Associates can be conducted either in person or virtually, providing flexibility to accommodate individual preferences and comfort levels.
Yes, the therapy approach includes hypnotherapy, inner child therapy, regression, and reflective discussion, aiming to release trauma from the subconscious and the body, even when memories are suppressed.
The therapy process encourages the creation of coping strategies for when symptoms might occur, empowering individuals to manage and navigate challenging situations effectively.
Hypnotherapy is a key component of PTSD therapy, facilitating a transformative journey by addressing trauma at the subconscious level, fostering emotional and physical well-being.
Yes, the therapy aims to regulate emotional and physical systems, providing tools and techniques to achieve a stable sense of being and respond effectively to triggers.
The therapy process includes reflective discussions and exploration to address hyper-vigilance and heightened arousal, helping individuals achieve a more balanced and regulated emotional state.
Yes, the therapy is tailored to address sensory triggers, allowing individuals to explore and manage their responses in a safe and supportive environment.
Inner child therapy is incorporated to uncover and address the root causes of trauma, facilitating healing and emotional balance in the present.
Yes, the transformative journey of PTSD therapy aims to free individuals from the impactful trauma, fostering autonomy, inner peace, and a sense of safety.
The therapy process allows individuals to achieve a more profound sense of peace and emotional balance, empowering them to live a more meaningful and purposeful life after trauma.

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