Hypnotherapy for Grief & Loss in Stockport & Manchester

If you’re suffering from a bereavement, regardless of the circumstances, hypnotherapy can help. Based in Stockport, I offer Rapid Transformational Therapy (a type of hypnotherapy) that can help you to deal with the feelings associated with grief and loss.

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Grief & Loss

How can hypnosis help with grief?

With grief and loss, without judgment or fear of being overwhelmed. Through hypnosis, tapping, and other techniques, RTT Therapy can help to reduce the intensity of the feelings associated with grief and loss, allowing the individual to move through the process with greater ease.

By exploring the underlying causes of grief and loss, RTT Therapy can help to create a sense of understanding and acceptance of the situation, allowing the individual to move forward in their own time. RTT Therapy can help people to process their grief and loss in a safe and supportive environment. It can provide a space to explore the emotions associated.

My grief and loss therapy sessions can be delivered online or in person, and just 1 to 3 is enough to give you permanent change.

Through RTT Therapy/Hypnotherapy, I can guide you through a transformative hypnotic experience that accesses the power of your subconscious mind to provide deep healing and newfound insights, helping you move forward with grace and resilience after experiencing grief or loss.

The 21-day recording sent to you after a session for grief and loss helps you by reinforcing positive messages and insights gained, guiding you through the grieving process, and offering support as you work towards healing and finding peace.

RTT Therapy and Clinical Hypnotherapy Stockport

Who is Stephen Stanton?

I'm a clinical hypnotherapist and workplace wellbeing specialist. I specialise in RTT (Rapid Transformational Therapy). Based in Stockport, I offer my services all around the Greater Manchester area.

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Here’s a short video I’ve created to explain how hypnosis can help with your grief. Hypnotherapy is a very effective treatment for grief and loss.

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Grief & Loss: Frequently Asked Questions

Grief is a powerful emotion that can have a deep physical and psychological effect on a person. Grief can cause a person to experience physical, mental, and spiritual distress in the short term. Physically, a person may experience insomnia, fatigue, changes in appetite, aches and pains, nausea, and difficulty breathing.

Mentally, a person may experience confusion, difficulty concentrating, and intrusive thoughts. People may also experience various emotions, such as sadness, anger, guilt, anxiety, helplessness, and numbness. Spiritually, people may feel disconnected from the world, questioning their faith, and feeling a deep sense of loss.

Grief can also affect a person’s relationships, as they may find it challenging to be around other people or withdraw from social activities. In the long term, grief can contribute to depression and other mental health issues. It is essential to take time to process and express emotions, and, if necessary, seek professional help.

Loneliness and grief are natural and normal parts of life. They are difficult emotions to experience and can sometimes be overwhelming. Loneliness is a feeling of being alone, isolated, or without companionship. It can result from losing a loved one, a change in a relationship, or simply a feeling of disconnection. It is essential to acknowledge loneliness and take steps to connect with others.

Grief is the emotional response to a loss or change. It is a normal mourning process and can be experienced in many different ways. Grief is often a long and challenging process, but giving yourself time and space to grieve in your own way is essential. Both loneliness and grief can be experienced simultaneously. It is important to recognize that these are normal and natural emotions and to find the support and help you need to cope.

Friendships can be difficult to maintain throughout life as our lives become increasingly more complex and busy. As we age and our priorities and interests shift, we may find that we cannot make time for our friends, and the friendship may drift. Additionally, we may experience a difference in opinions or values that can strain the relationship, a change in circumstances such as relocating to a new city, or a disagreement that can lead to a broken relationship.

We may also meet new people who seem more exciting or compatible, causing us to lose interest in maintaining a previous friendship. Moreover, our friends may experience a difficult period in their lives, and we may feel unable to provide the necessary support, causing us to drift away. All of these factors can lead to a gradual decline in the friendship, ultimately resulting in its dissolution.

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