The Family Relations Institute uses hypnosis to individually treat children, adolescents and adults with mental and psychosomatic disorders. Hypnosis can serve as a primary or auxiliary method of treatment. Patients are given autogenic training and taught other autosuggestion techniques.
Hypnosis is applied to treat the following disorders:
- anxiety disorders: generalized anxiety, social phobias and other specific phobias (transport, illness, dentist, school, etc.).
- depressive states.
- post-traumatic stress disorder and adjustment disorder.
- children’s night-time bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis).
- lack of self confidence, communication and learning difficulties.
- chronic pains (headache, waist pain, etc).
- conversion disorders.
- psychosomatic disorders (irritable bowel syndrome, peptic ulcer, ischemic heart disease, arrhythmias, etc).
Length of treatment: 6 – 12 sessions.