Hypnotherapy is not a cure. No hypnotherapist can make claims to treat, diagnose or prescribe for medical or psychological conditions. Although Hypnotherapy can be a great complimentary support for conventional medical and psychological treatments, I would never recommend that anyone cease their treatments without consulting their treating professional, or use Hypnotherapy as a replacement for their treatments. 

Hypnotherapy is not a medical science, and nor is it trying to be. The practice of Hypnotherapy is highly variable, working with your deep, internal, personal subconscious processes in the realms of symbolism and is therefore not comparable with scientific, medical models of treatment. This is not to say that there is not a high level or frequency of success but that the specific journey from outset to conclusion is variable and different for each individual, working with their own internal narrative, associations and personal goals.

Testimonials from previous clients have been provided on this website to illustrate how others have experienced their sessions and what benefits they felt they took away from them, however they are not necessarily an indication of how you will experience your own Hypnotherapy journey. 

Hypnotherapy is not mind control. A Hypnotherapist will never be able to have direct access to your mind; they can only act as a guide for you through your own personal experience of self-hypnosis (or a deep state of relaxation). Everything that you experience whilst hypnotised is not something being done to you but something you are being guided through, in much the same way that a personal trainer cannot make you run but is trained to give you the best chance possible of reaching the goals you are ready to achieve while you do the running. 

Hypnotherapy is not a guaranteed ‘quick fix’.  This process is very much about taking back control and being accountable to your own highest good – to do the work and to own your internal state again. This sometimes comes with some sacrifice and discomfort along the way and it’s not always the smoothest transition. It requires self-reflection and determination to achieve new states of being. If you’re hoping for a ‘shot in the arm’ that will take all of that away and just give you easy results, this approach is not for you at this time. 

This website is for information purposes only and is not itself to be used to diagnose or treat any conditions. This website does not provide advice of any kind. Always consult a qualified healthcare professional if you seek medical or psychological diagnosis or healthcare.

Ash Morse endeavours to keep the information on this website accurate and up-to-date where possible, but cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies or errors that may occur.