Can Hypnosis Help With Childhood Trauma?

Clinical hypnosis can help deal with trauma, phobias, insomnia, and other problems.

Childhood trauma can be serious and affect a person’s mental well-being. How about hypnosis? Can Hypnosis Help With Childhood Trauma?

It might be. Hypnotherapy is especially beneficial in helping victims rebuild their real experiences with abuse to give them a greater sense of control and in addressing unpleasant emotions like self-blame.

According to a number of studies, individuals who had traumatic experiences as children are more likely to struggle to maintain emotional control and to have elevated levels of anxiety, despair, and rage.

Feeling disconnected from people and unable to connect to them is another result of having experienced childhood trauma.

  • In dealing with trauma, self-hypnosis isn’t as stronger as clinical hypnosis because you might need to analyze and guide more by a psychologist. Certified hypnotherapists will use hypnosis techniques to put you calm, almost close to a sleep state.
  • The prefrontal cortex is a big region in the front of the brain. Under hypnosis, brain activity will become lower, and deep relaxation can make you feel safe and connected, which leads to better handling of negative emotions, phobias, and traumas.

Can Hypnosis Helps Us Forget The Memory?

Hypnotherapy regression methods and/or rewind techniques may be utilized in this procedure when you actively desire treatment for bad memory.

However, you can’t get rid of unwanted memories or forget someone. Using hypnotherapy may help you modify the precise thought, emotion, and behavioral connections that are associated with memory. 

For example, you might be able to stop obsessing about your weight or stop smoking. To put it another way, hypnotherapy has the ability to alter “how you recall” the event, but it cannot alter the “raw” memory itself. 

You can also change your cognitive distortions and perspective about situations. 

Hypnosis has the potential to induce moments of temporary amnesia, but it is not capable of deleting memories permanently.

Hypnotherapy Reshapes the Background of Memory

Our minds and hearts are adaptable and receptive to new ideas and information because of the way our brains work. When you think back on an experience, your mind reshapes the recollection little by bit. We don’t even notice it most of the time.

Hypnotherapy may be used to “rewire” the emotional clay in your mind and change the negative emotions you have associated with a past experience. You may reframe their meaning to serve your hypnotherapy purposes. Altering your emotional response to a traumatic event might help alleviate the mental anguish and physical symptoms associated with reliving it.

Using hypnotherapy, you may reshape certain memories, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. By releasing the emotional reaction to the memories, hypnotherapy reduces symptoms.

Related: Can Hypnosis Rewire The Brain?

You Are Not Unconscious While On Hypnotic State

Your brain enters a trance-like condition during hypnosis, becoming less aware of its surroundings and more concentrated on the task at hand. However, during that time, it doesn’t mean you are such a robot or completely unconscious state. 

What Are Some Myths And False Ideas About Hypnosis?

  • Even though hypnosis has become more widely known and accepted over the years, there’s still a lot of fear surrounding the term hypnosis.
  • Without your will, no one can hypnotize you. Some individuals fear hypnotic suggestions would transform them into powerless puppets. They can resist hypnosis.
  • There are numerous ways to reach this hypnotic state. And although they might not be aware of it, most individuals often experience it.
  • The subconscious mind or unconscious mind will be more open and accept hypnotic suggestions while under hypnosis. The therapist will determine to help people using hypnotic techniques to handle trauma, phobias, and panic.
  • Whether it’s about trauma or improving self-esteem, hypnotherapists often use relaxation techniques such as progressive muscle relaxation or visualizations to make you calm and safe.

Is hypnosis good for trauma?

Hypnosis may be used to support patients in dealing and coping with traumatic experiences by reframing such experiences within a different stage. 

What Can I Do For Childhood Trauma?

Actually, it is a deep subject; problems arising from traumatic experiences in childhood can manifest in a variety of ways. Not just one simple solution such as Hypnosis can solve that. We can’t give a certain “solution” when it comes to childhood trauma.

 But the healing of unresolved childhood trauma is possible. 

Seek out psychotherapy with a practitioner trained in either psychoanalysis or psychodynamics.

 A psychotherapist is aware of the influence that one’s upbringing, especially traumatic events, may have on their adult life. Have a few appointments to see whether or not you feel like you are being understood on an empathetic level.

Love And Accept yourself

It seems live easily but doing it’s so hard for most the people.

Therefore, loving yourself will give you the confidence to walk into the life you want to be in rather than allowing yourself to be swayed by the opinions of others. Also, loving yourself will help you become more motivated and heal from childhood trauma. 

When you love yourself, you will do everything possible to ensure you are content with your life. Self-love is one of the most effective ways to increase your drive and motivation.

Improve Your Hypnosis Session Quality 

There are things before hypnosis that can help you better results and improve the sessions and quality.

Breathing exercise and lowering stress before hypnosis may have additional benefits, including an increase in acceptance affirmations and better deep theta brain wave activity. 

You will find that entering a hypnotic trance is far less difficult for you to do.

In summary, anything that makes you feel bad, you have the power to change that through hypnosis, meditation, cognitive behavior therapy, and eating healthy. For that, I believe strong and systematic works need to see results and handle your fears, phobias, and trauma.

My name is James! I'm a licensed or certified mental health practitioner with specialized training in hypnosis is the only person as well as psychotherapy. I hope this article will help you.