Karin is an experienced hypnotherapist and is currently working with children from both Gozo and Malta and is keen to partner with organizations that engage in helping children.
In her work with both the parents and their children, she aims to help children find and implement their own inner resources as they face challenges and resolve any problems.
She also facilitates custom designed retreats for parents and their children where she works with them in a safe setting away from their normal environment. These retreats are designed and priced on request.
Is Hypnotherapy right for your Child?
Hypnosis can be highly effective for the handling of various children’s problems. Unlike adults, children are mostly more receptive to hypnosis because they are much more flexible. They have intense imaginations which makes it much easier to access the unconscious and bring about the preferred transformation. As a result, hypnosis with children can bring about effective and rapid results.
With what Hypnosis can help?
Hypnosis for children can be a treatment solution for various problems, issues and disorders. Common ones include learning problems, academic enactment, anxiety, bedwetting, self-esteem issues, schoolwork struggles, thumb sucking, and fear of the dark.
Also, handling a traumatic event such as the death of parent or dealing with parents who are divorcing are challenges which can be helped with hypnosis. Children who struggle with recurrent nightmares may get assistance from hypnosis also. Hypnosis can also help children feel less nervous when facing a therapeutic procedure such as surgery. Children can gain substantial improvement in their self-confidence and ability to be successful with the help of hypnosis.
Hypnosis can help them learn healthy and empowering coping skills. It can help boost and release their creativity. With the help of effective Hypnotherapy, a child can really blossom and become much more successful and happier.
Hypnosis is effective in many challenges children face. An example is Hypnosis for bedwetting which has proved to be effective with many children. Children who wet the bed frequently struggle with emotional state of shame and embarrassment, and feel a major lack of control. They often feel helpless and their self-confidence can suffer significantly if the problem is not addressed and resolved as quickly as possible. Hypnosis accesses the subconscious mind and works swiftly to bring the required changes the child requires.
Children are perfectly receptive to hypnosis. It can be a very constructive and empowering practice for them.