Clinical Hypnotherapy is an evidence-based set of behavioural therapies.

The principles of Clinical Hypnotherapy began in 1890 with the work of Ivan Pavlov. Pavlov discovered Classical Conditioning for which he won the Nobel Prize for Physiology & Medicine in 1904. Clinical Hypnotherapy uses models of human behaviour proven by many world-renowned Phoscologists, Doctors and Behaviourists.

It also builds upon the best aspects of Psychodynamic Psychology. The psychodynamic approach includes all the theories in psychology that see human functioning based upon the interaction of drives and forces within the person.

Clinical Hypnotherapy is established upon the best and most effective proven, methodologies to help patients recover sooner and make long-lasting change for the better.