Online Hypnotherapy

Before reading this page you need to have a clear understanding of both What Hypnosis Is and How Hypnotherapy Works

 

If you haven’t yet done so, you may want to read about them here

 

I see clients in my London office, however if you can’t travel, you may want to consider doing hypnotherapy on-line.

 

It can be a lot more convenient and is equally effective. See below for details

 

Why Online Hypnotherapy Works

As you remember, in order to go into hypnosis all you need to do is to follow the guidance from the hypnotherapist — close your eyes, relax, imagine certain objects.

 

The therapist doesn’t need to send you any special kind of energy or make any manual manipulations — it’s you who is creating hypnosis for yourself.

 

Same as if you were simply day dreaming.

Hence it’s absolutely not important if the hypnotherapist is in the same room with you or your are talking over a video service. If you can see and hear each other well, the therapy will go as smoothly as if you were in the same room.

Concerns

The two most frequently raised concerns are:

Will the remote therapy be as effective as personal?

What if we encounter any technical issues?

Remote Therapy Is Equally Effective

Working remotely is as effective as personal one: the therapeutic effect is achieved through words alone, hence there is no difference between working in person or via video.

 

You can watch this video cut where one of my remote clients talks about her experience:

When reading the Reviews pages, please note the variety of countries my clients come from.

 

You’ll see that half of reviews come from the clients who I worked remotely with, and they were very happy with their results.

I’ve also done a whole project, based on working with clients remotely

 

(it’s in Russian, so you may need Google to translate it for you)

Technical Issues

I’ll send you a memo on remote sessions that has the checklist for all the required aspects

At the start of the first session we check if the equipment is functioning properly and minimise the chances of technical faults.

More answers to your questions can be found here:

Frequently asked questions

What if connection is unstable?


You are responsible for finding the best connection possible at your side and making sure that your family/ flatmates are not streaming video at the same time. Usually people have a very good idea of the quality of their connection, but even if they don’t it’s easily revealed at the first session and we adjust accordingly. Moreover, I use Zoom for remote sessions (not Skype), and it takes less broadband capacity than Skype and provides better quality of connection. So far I haven’t had a client who couldn’t find a good enough connection for our work.




What if my laptop goes to sleep?


In the preparation memo there is a request for you to adjust the ‘sleep’ mode settings to 3 hours of inactivity




What if sound disappears?


You will very quickly realise that, open your eyes and will be able to fix what needs fixing on your side. Then we’ll continue from where we left it




What if video disappears?


You don’t need to see me (and you can’t anyway, with your eyes closed). If I can’t see you, I’ll get you to open your eyes and fix what needs fixing on your side. Then we’ll continue from where we left it




What if the connection is lost?


You will very quickly realise that, open your eyes and will be able to fix what needs fixing on your side. Then we’ll continue from where we left it




What if my computer dies?


You will very quickly realise that, open your eyes and we’ll try to continue using your tablet or mobile phone. If that’s not an option, we’ll re-schedule the session.




What if everything crashes — computer, tablet, phone — and there is no chance to re-connect?


You will very quickly realise that, open your eyes and emerge from hypnosis on your own as a matter of minutes. You won’t get 100% goodness from this session, and it might be an emotional moment for you, so I will aim to re-schedule the session at the earliest convenience. While there is no irreparable harm or damage done by such an unlikely course of events, I would strongly encourage you to always have at least 2 means of communication available during the session.




What is the statistic of technical issues in the sessions?


In the hundreds of hours I’ve spent doing work remotely I have once had a temporary loss of sound, for 1-2 minutes. The session continued once the client had opened their eyes and fixed it. No other tech issues have been experienced, and may this long continue.





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