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Hypnosis for trauma: hypnosis helps to resolve trauma in a few sessions.

Trauma processing with hypnosis:

At some point, all of us have to deal with stress, pressure, and difficult situations. For most of us, the recovery after these experiences is a natural process that takes place automatically over time, without the need for outside help. For others, trauma processing or the handling of frightening situations can prove more difficult, and trauma can seemingly change us permanently. Fortunately, resolving trauma with hypnosis is very possible in a few sessions.

Do you struggle with an unresolved trauma that has a negative influence on your enjoyment? Are you one of the 30 percent of people who struggle to continue after a traumatic experience? At Hypnosis Clinics, we have been using hypnosis for the resolution of trauma for some time now.

Processing trauma without denial is the starting point. Our advanced techniques and experienced hypnotists help you to give the event meaning so that you can continue with your life. Do you want to enjoy life again? Living without fear? Finally, handle your trauma? Contact us today by mail, telephone, fill in the contact form or book your appointments here immediately. We are happy to help you!


After an exceptionally anxious or stressful situation, trauma can manifest itself in a varied selection of symptoms. Traumatic experiences are mostly events that are beyond our control and do not form a normal part of our human experiences. The cause can be anything from the sight of a traffic accident, natural disaster or terrorist attack, but also robbery, domestic violence or experiences in military service can be experienced as very traumatic.

Whether you are a direct victim of a traumatic incident or experience such an incident as a witness, the intense fear and powerlessness you have experienced in such a situation can leave its mark. Whether and how you react does not, however, have anything to do with inner strength or emotional stability: even if you are very firm in your daily life, a traumatic experience can cause a series of symptoms that have a serious negative impact on your life.


When you sustain a trauma, the first symptoms usually occur relatively directly, although about 15 percent of people who experience trauma exhibit symptoms only weeks, months or even years later.

The precise symptoms differ from person to person, but often include the repeated 'replay' of the event in the form of flashbacks and nightmares. This can lead to sleep problems, concentration problems, feelings of loneliness, depression and countless other symptoms.

The extent to which symptoms are present and how severe they are varies from person to person. For some who suffer from trauma, symptoms appear in waves of intensity and rest, while for others the trauma symptoms are constantly present.

Some of the best-known trauma symptoms are:

Reliving the traumatic experience

When you struggle with the trauma process, it often happens that you constantly relive the traumatic experience through lively flashbacks and nightmares. These moments are often brought about by something as simple as a sound, an image or even an odor. Sometimes, however, the reason is less easy to identify, and flashbacks seem to come out of nowhere. These moments are often very anxious and stressful, as it may feel like you are experiencing the original traumatic event again. With hypnosis, we make a comeback here, in just a few sessions.

Extreme vigilance or paranoia

After experiencing a particularly traumatic experience, it is not uncommon for you to be constantly alert and vigilant about possible threatening situations. You often feel uneasy and are easily overcome by sudden noises or movements.

This vigilance is often accompanied by uncontrolled anger, aggressiveness, sleep problems, concentration problems and the tendency to be easily or quickly irritated by people and situations.

Other trauma symptoms

Other symptoms or signs of unresolved trauma are a headache, dizziness, stomach problems, chills, and chest pains. On the mental level, depressions, phobias, and fears are not uncommon.

Avoidance behavior

The revival of a traumatic experience can be very emotional and is also physically demanding, so it is not surprising that during the processing of a trauma one tries to avoid everything and everyone that can trigger such a reaction. When you are struggling with trauma, you often think that it is better not to feel anything than to be constantly confronted with anxious and stressful feelings. This then results in emotionally shutting yourself off from the outside world.

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Resolving trauma through hypnosis has proven itself several times in our practice as well as in the scientific literature as being very effective. A study by the renowned Stanford University School of Medicine in the United States even called it 'particularly helpful' and 'an effective way to place a traumatic experience in a broader perspective.'

When we address trauma in a hypnosis session, we take several steps that help you safely resolve your trauma and allow you to enjoy life in a very short time:

1. We work with the subconscious mind to immediately directly reduce the negative emotions;
2. We replace 'erroneous' responses to external triggers such as sounds and images through behavioral patterns that enable you to participate in daily life again;
3. We identify negative triggers and disable them so that the feeling of control over your life is restored;
4. We identify and rectify underlying behavioral and thought patterns in the subconscious that make you unnoticeably more susceptible to trauma.