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Hypnosis for Self-Confidence

We gain a sense of self-efficacy when we see ourselves (and others similar to ourselves) mastering skills and achieving goals that matter in those skill areas.


This is the confidence that, if we learn and work hard in a particular area, we’ll succeed; and it’s this type of confidence that leads people to accept difficult challenges, and persist in the face of setbacks.

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Self-confidence doesn’t mean you think you’re always going to win or succeed, but you know you’ll be fine when you don’t.
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How Hypnosis Improves Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem


There are several different ways that hypnosis can help you improve your self-worth and mental health.

  1. Hypnosis helps you let go of what doesn’t serve you. To cultivate a new positive thinking pattern, you must release the old, negative one. Hypnosis can help you recognize and release limiting beliefs about yourself, increasing your self-confidence.

  2. Hypnosis helps you face your fears. When certain situations or challenges trigger deep-seated fears, we tend to avoid them. And that can negatively impact self-esteem. Hypnosis helps get to the root of those fears and release them.

  3. Hypnosis can change your beliefs about yourself. Have you heard of positive affirmations? Many people find success repeating optimistic statements about themselves, such as “I am confident” or “I am worthy.” Science shows that these types of affirmations can actually impact our brain systems. Hypnosis takes affirmations one step further by offering them to you when you’re in a highly suggestive state. This makes it much easier for these beneficial self-beliefs to burrow into your subconscious mind and influence your behavior. And they keep working long after the hypnosis session ends.

  4. Hypnosis can help you identify the source of your insecurities. It’s hard to address the things that damage your self-confidence if you don’t know what they are. Hypnosis can help you dive into your subconscious to recall events from your past that may have damaged your self-esteem. Once you’ve identified them, it’s much easier to move on from them.


 For the first time in my life, my professional reputation is changing from a 'disgruntled know-it-all' to a 'team builder'.

I've taken great strides since starting at PHC, and I haven't even been hypnotized!

–Marc D.

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