Would you like to feel calm, in control and free from addiction?
Whether you’ve got an embarrassing habit such as nail biting, skin picking or hair pulling, or an addiction to shopping, gambling, alcohol, caffeine, cigarettes or recreational drugs. Hypnotherapy can help you to address the root of the problem, change the way you think and ultimately allow you to break free from the mental chains that keep you addicted.
A bad habit or addiction is simply an automatic way of responding to a given stimulus or trigger. Although consciously we might know that a negative action like smoking or excessive alcohol consumption is bad for us, we keep doing it because on a subconscious level it gives a perceived feeling of relief from our negative emotion – be that stress, anxiety, agitation or boredom etc.
When certain repetitive behaviour makes us feel uncomfortable, lacking in control or has the potential to cause negative consequences we often realise it is time to change but what the subconscious has dutifully leant by repetition and association over time, often doesn’t respond immediately to a conscious decision to stop. The subconscious learns well. Too well sometimes and it is programmed to remember our instructions regardless of whether it’s a good or a bad habit.
This is where the Wisdom Room can help. The techniques we use are fast and effective in helping change unwanted behaviour patterns because we are able to access the deeper (unconscious) level of the mind directly via hypnotherapy and NLP to resolve the heart of the issue – where the addicted behaviour has actually been created. Combined with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy we can create a powerful plan that will help rebuild your emotional strength and create new neural pathways in your mind to lead you on a new path to recovery and happiness.
We understand that your addiction is simply a dependence of your own making and not, as others may suggest, an issue or a disease that you are powerless to overcome. It is not part of you and you certainly where not born with it. It is simply a negative habit that you have learned to do as a means to cope, but it is important to realise that anything we can programme in our minds we can lean to de-programme too!
Don’t be afraid to take the first step. Remember that facing your fear and making a change is the beginning of the path to wisdom and we are here to give you a helping hand.