The clinical hypnosis consultation uses a psychotherapeutic approach, the aim of which is to help people overcome and deal with problems and/or disorders of a psychological and psychosomatic nature, as well as emotional adversity, overcoming addictions, phobias, traumas, etc.

The clinical hypnosis is a personalised, ethical and safe clinical approach. The person enters a hypnotic tranceIn this way, she becomes relaxed, tranquilised and feelings of calm and security settle in to help clinically resolve the problem.

The mind stay conscious and the person is totally in control of what they say and do. When they wake up, they remember what happened, just like in a normal conversation. 

This consultation is carried out by a Psychologist specialising in Clinical Hypnosis. The first appointment is duration of approximately 90 minutes. The remaining consultations have the duration of approximately 60 minutes.


Areas of Intervention in Clinical Hypnosis



The Anxiety is characterised as a feelings of tension, worry, insecurity and fear.

It can become extremely disabling and limiting.




The Depression is a emotional/psychological disorder which is characterised by feelings of anguish, deep sadness.

It involves the body, mood and thoughts.



Burnout is the physical and mental exhaustion from a professional life excessively stressful and overloaded.


Phobias and fears


The Phobias or fears are therefore processes unconscious mental that develop from a past traumatic experience.


Shyness and Social Phobia


The Social Phobia known for Shynessis a psychological disorder that stems from AnxietyThe fear of being exposed to others, of communicating with others.

This fear can have a different intensity in each person. Shyness has a negative impact on life, because it prevents the natural evolution of social relations, something essential to human beings.

In some cases, the Social Phobia leads to even more limiting depressive states, namely Depression.



The panic attacks make us feel extreme anxiety and provoke physical sensations very intense and comparable to the sensation of imminent death.



O stress is our body's response to something new or unexpected and that, somehow,  is beyond our control.


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is characterised by recurring obsessions (unwanted and uncontrollable thoughts) and compulsively repeated behaviours. 

This psychological illness stems from a Anxiety disorderwhich keeps the person in a state of wakefulness and alertness, in which thoughts of protection arise for to respond to a potentially dangerous situation.

When these thoughts persist and become repetitive, even when the danger is not real, we are Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, which is a extremely limiting psychological illness and if not treated in time, tends to get worse.