Dr Amanda Ferguson | Hypnosis
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Hypnosis

As a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Amanda helps with a broad range of issues from addictions and pain management to fertility and performance anxiety, goal achievement, and desensitisation to phobias, snoring and other stressors. Amanda has a Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy from the NSW School of Hypnotic Sciences (1996) and is a Registered Professional Member of the Australian Society Clinical Hypnotherapists (1997 – present).

Most conditions can be treated with hypnotherapy as long as there is no history of epilepsy or psychosis. Research consistently shows the power of the mind to help heal mental, emotional and physical conditions, particularly when problems have been caused by the mind. What the mind has created it can un-create. We know that what the mind perceives it believes. Changing perception, which then changes belief, can resolve many difficulties.

Hypnosis quickly accesses the deep subconscious and unconscious while we remain fully conscious. Clinical Hypnosis differs from general hypnosis as it sets up a collaborative process from the beginning, which gives the client more control and awareness of the process. A preparation session is first conducted that teaches the client how to go in and out of a trance. A recording of this is provided for practise for 7 days before clinical hypnosis is conducted. Amanda provides recordings of each hypnotherapy session for further private use between and beyond sessions for best possible results.

Amanda presented as the key note address at The Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists Annual conference: Promoting Change for Tomorrow’s Society 18-19 September 2004 and was published in the ASCH Journal 2005, Volume 25(2) and reprinted in the 2012 edition, Volume 34(2): Working with couples using hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapists follow strict ethical guidelines to protect the public. These are developed and supervised by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and the Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists, each of which Amanda is a member.

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