Does the thought of giving a speech or presentation make you anxious and cause sleepless nights?
Some anxiety is actually normal, particularly if we’re doing something that we’re not familiar with or perhaps doing something for the first time. When we become anxious, our body produces chemicals such as adrenaline which give us extra energy to respond to the situation.
If you have a presentation or speech to give in the near future, you may have already started to do some preparation to make sure that you’re ready for the big day. When we have an event to prepare for, we often put pressure on ourselves to get things right first time and the same is often true of public speaking. Hypnotherapy can help you to stay calm and focused so that you can be confident, think more clearly and be more relaxed on the day of your presentation.
The most effective therapy for you depends on your individual situation. Many people have found hypnotherapy effective for public speaking and presenting and talking with someone who is impartial and non-judgmental can help you to overcome anxiety and boost confidence. Working with your subconscious mind, hypnotherapy can help you to stay calm and focused so you can be confident and more relaxed during your speech or presentation.
What to expect
Your initial consultation is an opportunity for us to meet and discuss your situation in more detail as well as answering any questions you may have and deciding on the best options for you. We will also do some hypnosis, if appropriate, to introduce you to hypnotherapy and help you prepare for future sessions. Many people find between 3 to 6 hypnotherapy sessions helpful for public speaking and occasionally further sessions may be required.
Hypnotherapy, talking therapy and NLP are effective forms of therapy, however people respond differently and therefore results may vary from person to person. Full client commitment and participation is required. Listening to CDs / MP3s and carrying out other therapy tasks between sessions is an essential part of the process and this will be fully explained during your initial consultation.