The problems discussed in the separate articles
above are only the most common conditions I have have treated. Below I’ve
listed some of the other less common problems which I’ve helped during my long career in hypnotherapy. Of course, results will vary from person to person as with any
therapy. In my experience the difference between success and failure is mostly
down to the client’s level of motivation, which is why no therapist or doctor
can ever guarantee success.
Acrophobia (fear of heights)
Agoraphobia (fear of open spaces)
Passing your Driving Test Nervous Drivers
Arachnophobia (fear of spiders)
Fear of Flying
(See also my overview of anxiety and phobia).
Binge Eating and Drinking
Selective Eating Disorder (only eating a very
small variety of foods).
(See also my overview of hypnotherapy for healthy eating).
Distorted Body Image
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Confidence Building on Returning to Work
Confidence Building after Trauma (such as criminal
(See also my overview of hypnotherapy for confidence).
Phobia of Bees and Wasps
Phobia of Dogs
Fear of Surgery (Mastectomy)
Hypnotherapy for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
(See also my overview on improving relationships. I can only help with jealousy if it is the jealous person himself or herself who realises they need help and contacts me. Where they don't accept they have a problem and blame others, there is nothing I can do).
Performance Anxiety (Musicians and Singers)
Problems relating to pornography