Children's hypnosis

Kate works with children or all ages from early years to teenagers. She uses a blend of techniques and tailors each session to the needs of the child. Hypnosis for children is becoming an increasingly popular approach to a range of children's issues.*

Children are actually in a natural trance much of the time (we call it daydreaming!) so they tend to respond really well to hypnosis. Hypnosis involves helping the child use their imagination to help overcome whatever issues they are experiencing. It is a fun and empowering experience and sessions are either undertaken with or without a parent present.*

Kate uses paediatric hypnosis for a wide range of issues including:

  • Hypnosis for bed-wetting
  • Hypnosis for starting school (anxiety)
  • Tests and exam nerves hypnosis 
  • Hypnosis for child anxiety
  • Hypnosis to help with difficulty making friends
  • Hypnosis for fear of dogs, the dark, monsters, spiders etc (all fears)
  • Child hypnosis for eating issues
  • Hypnotherapy for food phobias
  • Hypnosis for children sleep issues and nightmares

 

The aim of the hypnotherapy is to help your child feel more confident and happy in their life. Childhood is such a precious and formative time as it is during this time that we start to understand our place in the world and develop our sense of self esteem. For this reason it is so important that any issues are resolved early so that childhood can form a great building block for a happy life. 

If you would like to discuss whether hypnotherapy can help your child please contact Kate for an informal chat and free initial phone consultation: info@harbourhypnotherapy.co.uk

 

 

To arrange an appointment:

Contact Kate today and she will arrange a free initial phone consultation with you.

 
Amazing hypnotherapist! My son is now not afraid of monsters and will walk up the stairs by himself. Can highly recommend.*
— J.W. (Bournemouth)
 
 Hypnosis for kids can be a fun and rewarding experience

Hypnosis for kids can be a fun and rewarding experience