Hi I am Tracey Gordon, a Clinical Hypnotherapist
After finishing my diploma in Advanced Hypnotherapy in 2010 I had a real passion is to work with people that experience pain and strong physical sensations, further study in this field in 2011 lead into the study of Birth-By-Hypnosis and Hypnofertility.
My real passion fell into helping couples to conceive through natural fertility and utilising the key factors of hypnosis as complimentary to IVF and other assisted methods of Fertility.
In 2012 I conducted a study with a number of clients to develop a sleep program to help clients to use Hypnosis to overcome stress and other sleep problems, my passion has grown to helping my clients sleep better and reduce stress.
I help my clients to:
• Overcome fears and phobias.
• Improve sleep and reduce stress.
• Create ideal conditions for fertility and conception.
• Identify and change self-sabotaging and limiting beliefs.
• Enhance health and well-being.
I approach sessions with a high level professionalism and empathy which puts my clients at ease, tailoring each one to the unique needs of my client.
My qualifications include a Diploma in Advanced Hypnotherapy.
I am a Certified Ericksonian Hypnotist, Certified Neuro-Com Practitioner, Certified HypnoFertility Practitioner, Certified BirthByHypnosis Practitioner, Certified HypnoBirthrite Practitioner and a Member of The Hypnofertility Foundation Inc., and Member of the International Institute for Complementary Therapists.
I am always excited to grow and extend my knowledge to meet my client’s needs by regularly taking part in workshops and conferences with renowned Hypnotherapists worldwide, in New Zealand and abroad.
Here is a bit about hypnosis:
Hypnotherapy uses hypnosis to communicate directly with a person’s unconscious mind, where specific techniques are used. All Hypnosis is self- Hypnosis and as a Hypnotherapist I guide you into this process.
Hypnosis is a natural state in which the mind is distracted or preoccupied allowing a positive statement or suggestion to bypass the critical factor and enter powerfully into the unconscious mind. A highly effective complement to conventional medical care, hypnosis is rapidly becoming the most sought after therapy today.
During hypnotic trance a change occurs in the structure of the brain where the two halves of the brain are linked. Because of this change, more information flows from one side of the brain to the other than would normally be the case. Nerve cells in the part of the brain that controls habits lose some of their electrical charge enabling one to become more receptive to change at this time. Through imagery and positive suggestion, new connections can be formed among the nerve cells, creating the desired results.