Yes, provided they are willing to participate and excluding those who are severely mentally incapacitated, or are under the influence of drink or drugs.
Hypnosis is neither dangerous nor can you get “stuck” in it. Sue will explain what you can expect before you start the session.
Clients will often say they’ve been hypnotised previously but it “didn’t work” Often this is because their expectations of what can be achieved were unrealistic or because they thought they’d disappear off into some place where they don’t know what’s happening.
Hypnosis is essentially relaxation and concentration so you’ll be relaxed but able to hear and remember everything being said and able to leave at any point, should you wish. Although that’s never happened!!
After 18 years of practice, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more experienced Hypnotherapist and Sue’s first job is to put you at your ease and to explain, in detail, exactly what you can expect. You’ll leave a hypnotherapy session relaxed and calm, regardless of why you came