Medical hypnosis

The therapist’s address to the subconscious, which surrenders to suggestions without anxiety, fear, or conscious thought.

Hypnosis is as old as humanity itself. Preserved cuneiform tablets testify that even the Sumerians in the fourth millennium BCE were familiar with hypnosis and used it in a similar way to how we use it today. The British Medical Association has defined hypnosis in complex terms: ‘Hypnosis is a transitional state of altered attention, a state in which various phenomena can occur spontaneously or in response to verbal or other stimuli.’

Medical hypnosis is a harmless procedure without side effects.

How Hypnosis Works

Simply put, in a hypnotic state, consciousness is altered (but the person is NOT asleep), attention is focused, the individual is deeply relaxed, awareness of the external world is reduced, and the ability to respond to suggestions is increased. The hypnotic state is not sleep; the person is aware of the world around them, but this awareness is diminished. Consciousness or thoughts that usually fill our minds throughout the day recede from everyday concerns, allowing the subconscious free rein. The therapist addresses the client’s subconscious, which, without the interference of anxiety, fear, or conscious thought, surrenders to pre-agreed suggestions that continue to be effective even after the session ends.

“Medical hypnosis has been proven to be beneficial, so we should use it more often,” are the words of Professor Dr. Marjan Pajntar, a specialist in gynecology and obstetrics, a qualified psychologist, and the senior figure in medical hypnosis in Slovenia.

Medical hypnosis helps with numerous diseases and issues. It has been proven to be effective for:

  • Quitting smoking
  • Blushing
  • Stage fright
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stuttering
  • Eating disorders
  • Excessive body weight
  • Weight loss
  • Various phobias
  • Psychosomatic disorders (asthma, Crohn’s disease, atopic dermatitis, etc.)
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Allergies
  • Building self-confidence and self-esteem
  • As a supportive and complementary treatment, it works excellently for more aggressive forms of treatment, such as aiding faster recovery after surgeries, reducing the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation, and more.

Hypnosis Initial Session

- 75 min -

130 eur

Hypnosis Follow-up Sessions

- 45 min -

90 eur

All services are provided on a self-pay basis.