Hypnosis,

Hypnotherapy, and

Rational Emotive Cognitive Behaviour

Hypnotherapy (RECBH)

Hypnosis

Hypnosis is known as an 'altered state of consciousness' but you may be aware that you know how to go into an altered state of consciousness anyway and you do it all by yourself, several times a day. Daydreaming is an altered state of consciousness; so too is meditation, as well as falling asleep and waking up in the morning. However, you can also have trance-like states that are much more focussed and aware, such as driving your car or losing yourself in a really good book. Hypnosis then, is a very natural and every-day occurrence. And, from a therapeutic point-of-view, a very nice thing happens to your mind whilst you are in that state. In hypnosis your unconscious mind becomes very receptive to positive suggestions. Especially when those suggestions are tied to a goal you already know you want to achieve. It helps to think of your unconscious mind as the database of everything you are. Everything you have ever learned, witnessed, seen, felt and done. All of your emotions, beliefs, skills, habits and responses, all stored as patterns of information in the unconscious mind.

Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy, in the form of suggestions, images and metaphors, can layer in new information based on what you what to achieve. Hypnotherapy works by accessing the subconscious areas of the mind to create change and remove blocks in a way that can be faster than conventional “talking therapies”, including psychoanalysis which can continue for years. Hypnotherapy can help people to make all sorts of changes in their lives, sometimes achieving dramatic changes in a very short time. Hypnotic suggestions can be given to help you stop smoking, quit drugs, be more confident, eat more healthily, control your panic and anxiety, help you manage your anger, improve your memory, cure insomnia and so much more. •Weight Loss •Anxiety and emotional issues •Habits & Addictions •Relationships •Confidence Boosting •Smoking Cessation •Fears & Phobias •Stress & Anger •Behavioural Problems •Healing are just some of the areas where I may be able to help you.

Rational Emotive Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy

(RECBH)

Rational Emotive Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy (RECBH), is based upon  Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT), developed by New York psychotherapist Albert Ellis in the mid- 1950s, a variant of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), developed by Aaron T. Beck a few years later. REBT follows the Ancient Greek Stoic philosophy of Epictetus that it is not the things in life that disturb you, but the  beliefs you hold about those things that disturb you. REBT follows the ABCDE model of psychological health in which activating events (A) trigger beliefs (B) that cause consequences (C). These beliefs are challenged and disputed (D) to help promote a more effective (E) and rational way of looking at that original activating event. So, if you're thinking, feeling, or acting in a way that you don't like, but don't seem to be able to change, REBT helps you to identify and challenge the unhealthy or unhelpful beliefs that you hold in the face of that event, whilst at the same time helping you to identify and reinforce a series of much more helpful and rational beliefs. Change your beliefs and you change the way you think, feel and act. REBT and CBT are ideally suited for the treatment of anxiety disorders, stress, anger management, depression and more. When integrated with hypnotherapy, RECBH becomes a very powerful way to work with more serious emotional and psychological problems and disorders. This model is designed to work more effectively and speedily than standard REBT or CBT alone.
Hampstead Heath Hypnotherapy
Ray Appleby BA MSc PDHyp GQHP Registered Hypnotherapist (GHR) CNHC registered
“Ray was thoroughly professional and provided hypnotherapy sessions that have completely changed my life. I felt the results immediately as soon as leaving. I am still a changed person months later. Thanks Ray for the help!” Kate, Hampstead

Hypnosis,

Hypnotherapy, and

Rational Emotive Cognitive

Behaviour Hypnotherapy (RECBH)

Hypnosis

Hypnosis is known as an 'altered state of consciousness' but you may be aware that you know how to go into an altered state of consciousness anyway and you do it all by yourself, several times a day. Daydreaming is an altered state of consciousness; so too is meditation, as well as falling asleep and waking up in the morning. However, you can also have trance-like states that are much more focussed and aware, such as driving your car or losing yourself in a really good book. Hypnosis then, is a very natural and every-day occurrence. And, from a therapeutic point-of-view, a very nice thing happens to your mind whilst you are in that state. In hypnosis your unconscious mind becomes very receptive to positive suggestions. Especially when those suggestions are tied to a goal you already know you want to achieve. It helps to think of your unconscious mind as the database of everything you are. Everything you have ever learned, witnessed, seen, felt and done. All of your emotions, beliefs, skills, habits and responses, all stored as patterns of information in the unconscious mind.

Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy, in the form of suggestions, images and metaphors, can layer in new information based on what you what to achieve. Hypnotherapy works by accessing the subconscious areas of the mind to create change and remove blocks in a way that can be faster than conventional “talking therapies”, including psychoanalysis which can continue for years. Hypnotherapy can help people to make all sorts of changes in their lives, sometimes achieving dramatic changes in a very short time. Hypnotic suggestions can be given to help you stop smoking, quit drugs, be more confident, eat more healthily, control your panic and anxiety, help you manage your anger, improve your memory, cure insomnia and so much more. •Weight Loss •Anxiety and emotional issues •Habits & Addictions •Relationships •Confidence Boosting •Smoking Cessation •Fears & Phobias •Stress & Anger •Behavioural Problems •Healing are just some of the areas where I may be able to help you.

Rational Emotive Cognitive Behaviour

Hypnotherapy (RECBH)

Rational Emotive Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy (RECBH), is based upon  Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT), developed by New York psychotherapist Albert Ellis in the mid-1950s, a variant of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), developed by Aaron T. Beck a few years later. REBT follows the Ancient Greek Stoic philosophy of Epictetus that it is not the things in life that disturb you, but the  beliefs you hold about those things that disturb you. REBT follows the ABCDE model of psychological health in which activating events (A) trigger beliefs (B) that cause consequences (C). These beliefs are challenged and disputed (D) to help promote a more effective (E) and rational way of looking at that original activating event. So, if you're thinking, feeling, or acting in a way that you don't like, but don't seem to be able to change, REBT helps you to identify and challenge the unhealthy or unhelpful beliefs that you hold in the face of that event, whilst at the same time helping you to identify and reinforce a series of much more helpful and rational beliefs. Change your beliefs and you change the way you think, feel and act. REBT and CBT are ideally suited for the treatment of anxiety disorders, stress, anger management, depression and more. When integrated with hypnotherapy, RECBH becomes a very powerful way to work with more serious emotional and psychological problems and disorders. This model is designed to work more effectively and speedily than standard REBT or CBT alone.
Hampstead Heath Hypnotherapy
Ray Appleby BA MSc PDHyp GQHP Registered Hypnotherapist (GHR) CNHC registered
“Ray was thoroughly professional and provided hypnotherapy sessions that have completely changed my life. I felt the results immediately as soon as leaving. I am still a changed person months later. Thanks Ray for the help!” Kate, Hampstead

Hypnosis,

Hypnotherapy,

and

Rational Emotive

Cognitive

Behaviour

Hypnotherapy

(RECBH)

Hypnosis

Hypnosis is known as an 'altered state of consciousness' but you may be aware that you know how to go into an altered state of consciousness anyway and you do it all by yourself, several times a day. Daydreaming is an altered state of consciousness; so too is meditation, as well as falling asleep and waking up in the morning. However, you can also have trance-like states that are much more focussed and aware, such as driving your car or losing yourself in a really good book. Hypnosis then, is a very natural and every- day occurrence. And, from a therapeutic point-of-view, a very nice thing happens to your mind whilst you are in that state. In hypnosis your unconscious mind becomes very receptive to positive suggestions. Especially when those suggestions are tied to a goal you already know you want to achieve. It helps to think of your unconscious mind as the database of everything you are. Everything you have ever learned, witnessed, seen, felt and done. All of your emotions, beliefs, skills, habits and responses, all stored as patterns of information in the unconscious mind.

Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy, in the form of suggestions, images and metaphors, can layer in new information based on what you what to achieve. Hypnotherapy works by accessing the subconscious areas of the mind to create change and remove blocks in a way that can be faster than conventional “talking therapies”, including psychoanalysis which can continue for years. Hypnotherapy can help people to make all sorts of changes in their lives, sometimes achieving dramatic changes in a very short time. Hypnotic suggestions can be given to help you stop smoking, quit drugs, be more confident, eat more healthily, control your panic and anxiety, help you manage your anger, improve your memory, cure insomnia and so much more. •Weight Loss •Anxiety and emotional issues •Habits & Addictions •Relationships •Confidence Boosting •Smoking Cessation •Fears & Phobias •Stress & Anger •Behavioural Problems •Healing are just some of the areas where I may be able to help you.

Rational Emotive Cognitive

Behaviour Hypnotherapy (RECBH)

Rational Emotive Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy (RECBH), is based upon  Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT), developed by New York psychotherapist Albert Ellis in the mid-1950s, a variant of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), developed by Aaron T. Beck a few years later. REBT follows the Ancient Greek Stoic philosophy of Epictetus that it is not the things in life that disturb you, but the  beliefs you hold about those things that disturb you. REBT follows the ABCDE model of psychological health in which activating events (A) trigger beliefs (B) that cause consequences (C). These beliefs are challenged and disputed (D) to help promote a more effective (E) and rational way of looking at that original activating event. So, if you're thinking, feeling, or acting in a way that you don't like, but don't seem to be able to change, REBT helps you to identify and challenge the unhealthy or unhelpful beliefs that you hold in the face of that event, whilst at the same time helping you to identify and reinforce a series of much more helpful and rational beliefs. Change your beliefs and you change the way you think, feel and act. REBT and CBT are ideally suited for the treatment of anxiety disorders, stress, anger management, depression and more. When integrated with hypnotherapy, RECBH becomes a very powerful way to work with more serious emotional and psychological problems and disorders. This model is designed to work more effectively and speedily than standard REBT or CBT alone.
Hampstead Heath Hypnotherapy
Ray Appleby BA MSc PDHyp GQHP Registered Hypnotherapist (GHR) CNHC registered
“Ray was thoroughly professional and provided hypnotherapy sessions that have completely changed my life. I felt the results immediately as soon as leaving. I am still a changed person months later. Thanks Ray for the help!” Kate, Hampstead