Regression and past life regression therapy

What is it?

Regression therapy is a gentle form of hypnotherapy with some influences from psychoanalytical theories. Through life, memories are stored in the conscious and the subconscious mind. We are unaware of that information hidden in our subconscious mind which can still have a significant impact on a person’s development and ability to function in daily life.

Past life regression therapy, on the other hand, refers to those recollections that may take place during hypnosis that don’t seem to match memories or events from the present life. Scientifically speaking is impossible to determine whether what the person sees during the experience is from a real past life or a simple construction of the brain to make sense of present issues. At BestYou Therapies we don’t aim to answer this question but we recognise the healing properties of this type of therapy as it can be cathartic for the client, and the difficulty to use different linguistic terms to define it.

What is it for?

The aim of both types of therapies is to make the unconscious… conscious, and enhance awareness to help solve mental, emotional and relational difficulties that are experienced at the present time. Through the exploration of the experience of past events or through allowing the brain to go or construct freely the client can address any type of issues. Some believe these techniques can be highly effective to address the following:

  • Fears or phobias that have no recognized cause
  • Intimacy issues
  • General relationship issues
  • Feelings of guilt and shame that seem to have no explanation.
  • Lack of purpose in life
  • Life blockages
  • Low mood

What is the cost?

£65 per hour, however, it is important to notice that sessions may take up to 2 hours depending on what comes up for the client.

progression therapy

What is it?

Progression therapy is similar to regression therapy, except that it looks at future events instead of focusing on the past. Through the process of progression, the sub-conscious mind finds the future outcome based on the current context. That then gives the client the opportunity to make better informed judgments about the obstacles to achieve the best outcome.

There are three types of Progression Therapy, all dealing with the ability to choose different outcomes and paths:

Present Life Progression deals with issues that may occur in future of our current life based on current patterns and choice making ability.

Future Life Progression allows the fore-call of our memories, experiences, and emotions involved with “future” life experiences that influence individual’s present day behaviour and being on a sub-conscious level and shape the way of things to come.

Life between Lives Progression allows the recall of memories between life cycles of our current and future lives. These are very helpful as they shed light and give a much greater overview on choices made for the soul lessons to be learned in this life and many others.

By allowing those coming influences and patterns from the future to be expressed in present day awareness, it is possible to shape our perception and the goals to be attained.

What is it for?

Progression therapy helps to set goals in the now by exploring the event avenues our choices pave for us into the future. Past and future are in reality only patterns of behaviour we put together in a developing context.

Progression Therapy can help to make us more informed about our choices, eliminate fears and replace them with purposeful and beneficial feelings, thoughts and well-being

These techniques are ideal for life blockages, low mood and lack of motivation, goals setting, career doubts, life doubts, lack of purpose or direction.

What is the cost?

£65 per hour, however, it is important to note sessions may take up to 2 hours depending on what comes for the client.

clinical hypnotherapy

What is it?

Hypnotherapy is an evidence-based therapy, with over 70,000 research references worldwide. Hypnosis is a different state of consciousness which you can naturally enter so that, for therapeutic purposes, beneficial corrections may be given directly to your unconscious mind. In this way, hypnosis is an effective way of making contact with our inner (unconscious) self, which is both a reservoir of unrecognised potential and knowledge as well as being the unwitting source of many of our problems.

The first appointment is usually an initial in depth consultation and assessment to explore your issue and for you to ask any questions that you might have. The number of hypnotherapy sessions required thereafter ranges from 1 to 3-5 sessions of approx 1-2 hours duration. 

What is it for?

It treat a variety of medical and psychological problems. Hypnotherapy can be used to treat a wide range of issues like fears and phobias, anxiety and stress, panic attacks, insomnia, lack of self-confidence, weight management, smoking cessation and even physical conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, skin conditions and migraines.

What is the cost?

It is highly cost effective with benefits often being achieved rapidly: £70 per hour, however it is important to note that sessions may take up to 2 hours depending on what comes up for the client.