Clinical Hypnotherapy

Clinical Hypnotherapy

Kirrily Blanch- Clinical Hypnotherapist

Our Clinical Hypnotherapist, Kirrily Blanch has worked as a counsellor from 2012 and moved onto practicing as a Clinical Hypnotherapist in 2016 after learning about the life changing results hypnotherapy can achieve. Since then, Kirrily has witnessed profound change and growth with her own clients.

What is Hypnotherapy

Sometimes described as being zoned out or deep in thought, most people spend up to a third of waking hours in a naturally induced trance-like state. Hypnosis involves inducing a similar trance-like state, encouraging deep relaxation while the subconscious stays alert. The subconscious mind holds our memories, habits, beliefs and programmed responses and hypnosis allows access directly with these vital parts of the mind. 

Hypnotherapy is therapy while in hypnosis. Hypnotherapy is a collaborative process between a qualified clinical hypnotherapist and the patient, requiring rapport, cooperation and motivation for change.

When receiving a new suggestion during hypnosis, provided it aligns with the belief system and morals of the person, the suggestion is free to reprogram the subconscious. It creates a new belief and is accepted as a new reality. For this reason, hypnotherapy is a logical and effective way to form new behaviours and forge positive, long lasting change.

Sleep dysfunction

Everyone needs sleep, unfortunately, 1 in 3 Australian adults report a lack of quality sleep. Not getting enough sleep can affect practically every aspect of life and when experienced for extended periods can result in feeling agitated, unmotivated and depressed. Hypnotherapy is a natural way to address sleep issues, with patients quickly and easily achieving satisfying sleep without any negative side effects.


Millions of Australians suffer from anxiety symptoms including worry, dread, racing thoughts, insomnia and increased heart rate. Hypnotherapy is a highly effective treatment for anxiety as it encourages the body and mind to slow down and forge new abilities to relax. In some cases, when working in collaboration with your GP, hypnotherapy can replace medication as a primary treatment.

Weight control and food relationships

The food choices we make are often based on our relationship with food. While diets rely on a one-dimensional self-control method, hypnotherapy approaches this issue with a holistic methodology; reprogramming subconscious habits and neutralising emotional triggers, taking the stress out of weight loss.

Hypnotherapy can also be affective in dealing with issues such as

  • Pain management
  • Self-Esteem
  • Negative Feelings and Anger Management
  • Addiction
  • Panic Attacks
  • Fears and phobias
  • Depression
  • Motivation
  • Grief and loss, loneliness and heartbreak