Roopali P. is a Counselling psychologist with an MA from the SNDT University, and a certified Hypno-therapist from the NGH and the London School of London College of Clinical Hypnosis.
She chooses her specialization in working with adolescents and adults. Her primary areas of work include building a self-image, Anxiety, compulsive disorders, depression, self-esteem and self-worth, changing of behavioural patterns as well as varied interpersonal and relationship issues, body positive therapy.Read More
Yes, sometimes. More specifically, hypnosis is a form of hypnotherapy, which is a form of psychotherapy. As a result, hypnosis is sometimes used during counseling to relax a patient or client. In this situation, a trained psychologist places the individual into a hypnotic state or "trance," so he/she can openly and safely explore painful, traumatic, and repressed memories that tend to be "hidden" from the conscious mind.
Hypnotherapy is used to treat a wide range of conditions, issues, and unwanted/unhealthy behaviors, such as:
Her primary areas of work include building a self-image, Anxiety, compulsive disorders, depression, self-esteem and self-worth, changing of behavioural patterns as well as varied interpersonal and relationship issues, body positive therapy.Read More
Hypnosis may also be able to help if you struggle with a phobia — a type of anxiety disorder where you are intensely fearful of something that does not pose a significant threat.Read More
She has an 8 year experience in the feild of human resources specialising in employee grievances, handling of competitive stress, work life balance and corporate pressure.Read More
Hypnosis may be a helpful tool if you sleepwalk or struggle with falling and staying asleep. If you have insomnia, hypnosis can relax you enough to get you to sleep more easily.Read More
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