What is Hypnotherapy?

The term "hypnosis" is derived from the Greek word Hypnos - meaning "sleep." Hypnotherapists generally use exercises that bring about deep relaxation and an altered state of consciousness, which is sometimes known as a 'trance."

Most of us have regularly experienced a "trance like state" when we watch TV, daydream or sit at a red light in our car.

A person in a "trance like" or deeply focused state, is generally quite receptive to an idea or image. However, this doesn't mean that a hypnotherapist can control the persons mind or free will. 

It does mean that the hypnotherapist can work with you to train or guide them on how they can master their own states of awareness and wellbeing. 

By being able to master your own state of awareness and wellbeing, you are able to positively influence your own bodily functions, emotional and mental responses to situations and life events that are no longer positively working for you.

Benefits of Hypntherapy

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Diploma of Clinical & Holistic Hypnotherapy : 9 November 2019 

Dave Elman Hypnotherapy - Best Practices : 5 May 2019

Diploma of Counselling CHC51015 : March 2017

Certificate 1V Mental Health CHC40512 : August 2014

Kinesiology Professional Practitioner - Level 5 January 2005



International Medical & Dental Hypnotherapy Association


Working with Children : Check
Department of Human Services
- South Australia :
23 September 2019

  • Understanding Men's Violence Against Women : November 2015

  • Child Safe Environments - Reporting Abuse & Neglect : June 2014

  • Whose in Charge - Parenting Course : April 2017

  • Responding to Suicide Risk : June 2014

  • Supporting Clients through Grief : February 2014

  • Dealing with a Mental Health Crisis : February 2014

  • Therapeutic Skills for working with Adult survivors of Childhood

  • sexual abuse : February 2014

  • Gender Dysphoria to Gender Euphoria : 6+7 March 2019

  • Cultural Fitness : 25+26 August 2016

  • Health Science for Massage 1 : July 2008

  • Nutrition : Food for Thought HLTNUT610A : June 2011

  • Provide cardiopulmonary rescue HLTAID001 : 5 April 2019

  • Provide basic emergency life support  HLTAID002 : 5 April 2019

  • Provide first aid HLTAID003 : 5  April 2019


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Initial consultation 2 hours  Investment $350.00

Follow up consultations

$175.00 per 1 hour appointment

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