If you have ever daydreamed you have been in a hypnotised state. A huge misconception is that when people are hypnotized they are put to sleep and are under the control of the hypnotist. This misconception is far from the reality. While working with your therapist you will be in a very relaxed and focus state, open to suggestion but still aware of what is happening. You work with the therapist who guides you through this beautiful process.

Unfortunately the biggest hurdle to people being comfortable with hypnosis and gaining exposure to its amazing healing abilities is the frequent referral to actions of stage hypnotists seen on TV shows and stage shows.  This creates the misconception that we put people to sleep and manipulate them while they are under our control.  The Hypnotherapist works ideally within the Alpha state of mind where the brains cycle operates between 7-14 cycles per second, rather like daydreaming or being in deep meditation.  While working with your Therapist you will be totally aware of what is happening around you.  The Beta state of mind, our normal conscious mind operates from 14 cycles per second upwards. Hypnosis can’t make you do anything you don’t want to do, including stopping smoking. There must be a will, then there is a way!

We work only on treating and improving each individual’s selected lifestyle.  We are not involved with spiritual healing or treatments. But here is an informative article on hypnosis and Christians – Is it Okay for a Christian to Be Hypnotized?

Both counselling and hypnosis sessions are highly individualized. Therapy of any sort is a process and the therapist and client together monitor whether therapy needs to continue. Hypnosis often yields fasts results in areas such as smoking cessation (+- 2 sessions) but each individual is different and various personal factors can influence the process

No, socio-emotional assessments are not forensic in nature and are not formal assessments. Socio-emotional assessments are used for screening and gathering information for further intervention.


Sessions can also be done via Skype/Zoom and services are available in English and Afrikaans.