Kate Ellis, a clinical counseling hypnotherapist, has been in practice for 30 years. She spent the first 15 years learning. Kate claims she can stop anxiety in just three hypnotherapy sessions.
Tony Fuller, one of her clients, had been suffering from anxiety and PTSD for a long time. He went to regular doctors, and the medicine he was given didn’t work. He also consulted a psychiatrist, but that didn’t yield any results. He then came across hypnotherapy as an alternative option. Tony Fuller was skeptical at first, but he was already feeling better after the first session.
Kate Ellis says that 1 in 4 people end up in the emergency room due to anxiety. The symptoms of an anxiety attack include tightness in the chest, increased heart rate, numbness in extremities, and nausea.
In a hypnotherapy session, you can expect to sit in a comfortable recliner with headphones on and a blanket or pillow if you would like. Your hypnotherapist then speaks into a microphone and helps you visualize a relaxing scene to lead you through progressive relaxation.