Louis’ story: Hypnotherapy for Anger Issues & Stress
Why did you come to Changes Welcome Hypnotherapy?
Doctors recommended me, so I looked into it because I live nearby. So I thought I go ahead and give it a shot and see what happens.
Can you describe your experience of your hypnotherapy sessions?
So to begin with, you got to get used to it, but once you settled in and start and you’ve accepted it, you sort of then start to realize certain where you either need to change or just sort of look at in a bit more detail.
What about the Benefits of Hypnotherapy?
In the short term it was mainly anger. I had a lot of anger issues due to childhood and things. Long term for me was making sure I was on the right road to what I want to do and how I should approach it. And before, with anger I would I used to sorta sort of lash shout a little bit. I didn’t really think about it– just lashed out.
How did Hypnotherapy help you make that Positive Change?
It opened my brain a little bit more. It sort of made you think about feelings and you think how to approach people and to interact with them, you know how to go about your daily work– stress as well– trying to keep it at a minimum.
How would you describe Liane and Sam as Therapists?
Easy going, good listeners, kind, generous, got an easy approach They are happy themselves– which gives you confidence really you know you’re talking to someone that you feel like you get through to them.
What would your advice be to anyone thinking of Hypnotherapy with Changes Welcome?
In the end of the day, it’s up to you. You’ve got sort of– in some cases, if you feel like you’re not getting anywhere with anybody else– you got to say “well I could do it, I’m going to go and do it. I’m going to have a go– you know, just see what happens”. You never know, you could surprise yourself really, even come up with something new.
Important note: This is Louis’ story in his words about his experiences of Hypnotherapy with Changes Welcome, to help share his success story with other people, who could benefit. The interactions between therapist and client is confidential, and we respect both our clients and their stories. However, some stories are too inspiring to be left un-told. That is why we routinely ask our clients to share their feedback and their stories. Louis has consented to take part in this interview and have his story published and shared.