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Hypnotherapy for Insomnia


Insomnia means having trouble falling or staying asleep long enough to feel rested in the morning. It can be caused by depression, anxiety, PTSD, health problems, or substance use. Environmental factors can also disrupt your sleep.

If you have insomnia, you might:

  • Have trouble falling asleep.

  • Stay awake for long periods at night

  • Wake up multiple times during the night

  • Wake up early in the morning and can't get back to sleep

  • Not feel refreshed upon waking

  • Find it hard to nap during the day despite feeling tired

  • Experience daytime tiredness, irritability, and difficulty concentrating

*As a part of my duty of care, I'm unable to take on clients who have ever had a medical practitioner or mental health professional diagnose them with any of the following, as these are not suitable for hypnotherapy: Epilepsy, Narcolepsy, Bipolar Disorder, Personality Disorder, Psychotic Episodes, Schizophrenia, Major Depressive Disorder, or those who have a history of severe self-harm or suicidal attempts. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this, please feel free to email me.

Please take a moment to consider:

  • Do you have difficulty sleeping for at least three nights a week?

  • Do you feel stressed every time you go to bed, worrying that you won't be able to sleep well?

  • Have you tried different bedtime routines without success?

  • Have changing your sleep schedule not helped?

  • Do you feel tired and fatigued during the day?

  • Are you feeling more irritable and moody than usual?

  • Do you believe your work or school performance is being impacted?

  • Is your daily functioning and social life disrupted?

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How our therapy journey will benefit you:

  • Learn to relax your body and mind deeply, making it easier to fall asleep effortlessly.

  • Increase your confidence in managing your sleep effectively.

  • Master self-hypnosis techniques to ease worries about falling asleep.

  • Gain insights into how sleep functions.

  • Learn to accurately monitor and assess your sleep patterns and issues.

  • Foster a positive relationship with your bed, making bedtime a welcoming idea.

  • Strive for improved sleep quality.

Still have questions? 

Feel free to schedule a 10-minute intro call or send a message via the contact form. You can also visit the Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.

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