Find a Hypnotherapist

The Hypnotherapists Guide lists therapists in counties and towns of the UK making it easier to find a Hypnotherapist in the location(s) you require.

The Hypnotherapists listed, offer a wide range of therapy skills and experience.

Click on an Area/County to find a hypnotherapist in the location you require
Bedfordshire Berkshire Buckinghamshire
Cambridgeshire Cheshire Cleveland 
Cornwall Cumbria Derbyshire
Devon Dorset Co. Durham
Essex Gloucestershire Hampshire
Herefordshire Hertfordshire Huntingdonshire
Kent Lancashire Leicestershire
Lincolnshire (Gtr.) London (Gtr.) Manchester
Merseyside  Middlesex Norfolk
Northamptonshire Northumberland Nottinghamshire
Oxfordshire Rutland Shropshire
Somerset Staffordshire Suffolk
Surrey Sussex Tyne & Wear
Warwickshire West Midlands  Wiltshire
Worcestershire Yorkshire East Yorkshire North
Yorkshire South Yorkshire West    


Some Common Terms.

What is a Hypnotherapist
A trained,therapist who utilises the techniques of hypnosis as part of the treatment regimen known as Hypnotherapy

What is Hypnosis
A trance like state resulting in an altered state of consciousness which can result in relaxation, heightened suggestibility and imagination. It is more like daydreaming than sleep and the subject retains awareness and consciousness.

What is Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy is the application of hypnosis, by a trained hypnotherapist, as a form of medical therapy, Practitioners believe that when a client enters, or believes he has entered, a state of trance, the patient is more receptive to suggestion and imagery. Most often used for pain relief or conditions related to one's state of mind.


Some conditions Hypnotherapy is used to help?
Hypnotherapists use hypnotherapy to help overcome phobias, cravings, addictions, stress and tension related problems

  • Stop smoking
  • Weight Loss
  • Drug & Alcohol addiction/abuse
  • Public Speaking
  • Confidence boosting
  • Blushing/Shyness
  • Stammering
  • Insomnia
  • Migraines
  • Depression
  • Nail Biting
  • Anger management
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Pain Control
  • Skin Disorders (Psoriasis/Eczema)
  • Hypnobirthing
  • Obesity
  • Substance Abuse
  • Ego
  • Anxiety
  • Amnesia
  • Stress
  • Bulimia
  • Anorexia
  • Bed Wetting
  • Tinnitus
  • Guilt
  • Sexual Problems
  • Fetishes
  • Self Image
  • Fear of heights
  • Fear of flying
  • Panic disorders
  • Seasonal Effective Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Building Self Esteem
  • Giving Presentaion Fears
  • Compulsions
  • Hypertension
  • Nightmares
  • Grief

Some Hypnosis Techniques

  • Age regression - by returning to an earlier ego-state the patient can regain qualities they once had, but have lost. Remembering an earlier, healthier, ego-state can increase the patients' strength and confidence.
  • Revivification - remembering past experiences can contribute to therapy. For example; the hypnotist may ask "have you ever been in trance?" and then find it easier to revive the previous experience than attempt inducing a new state.
  • Guided imagery - a method by which the subject is given a new relaxing and beneficial experience.
  • Parts therapy - a method pioneered by Charles Tebbetts to identify conflicting parts that are damaging the well being of clients, then helps those parts negotiate with each other through the therapist to bring about a resolution.
  • Confusion - a method developed by Milton H. Erickson in which the subject is more likely to be receptive to indirect suggestion due in an altered state of confusion.
  • Repetition - the more an idea is repeated the more likely it is to be accepted and acted upon by the patient
  • Direct suggestion - suggesting directly. "You feel safe and secure".
  • Indirect suggestion - using "interspersal" technique and other means to cause effect.
  • Mental state - people are more receptive while relaxed, sleeping, or in a trance.
  • Hypnoanalysis - the client recalls moments from his past, confronting them and releasing associated emotions, similar to psychoanalysis.
  • Post-hypnotic suggestion - a suggestion that will be carried out after the trance has ended. "When you re-awaken you will feel refreshed and happy!!"
  • Visualization - being told to imagine or visualize a desired outcome seems to make it more likely to actually occur.