Which is best for you? Hypnotherapy or Counselling?

Depressed woman having counselling

Honey Lansdowne is a successful Hypnotherapist in Worthing. She uses Hypnosis, NLP and 20 years coaching experience to help people overcome anxiety and depression in person and online.

  • […] You can see your doctor and you might be given some counceling or CBT. Now this may well work for some people but what counceling and CBT do is get you to talk about panic attacks repeatedly. What that does is help your brain use that neural pathway (like rewatching a movie or advert time and time again) so you are reminding it how to do a panic attack! Read my blog about the difference between counceling and Hypnotherapy here. […]

  • Cindy Fox says:

    Hi Honey,
    I’m glad you are addressing depression and anxiety and just working through issues that perhaps have been plaguing a person for a lifetime.
    I appreciate you sharing the difference and pointing out the benefits of counseling and hypnotherapy.
    I believe your an avenue to help others not spend a great part of their life going over and over issues or traumas in their life when perhaps they’ve spend a great deal of time in that particular struggle(s) already.

  • I love hypnotherapy. I did have counselling once and it was not for me. Too slow, too nothing really.

    I like the speed of hypnotherapy and it feels very empowering.

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