forest roadWhat is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind – a focused state of attention. It taps into the unconscious to make suggestions for change. The client is deeply relaxed and is totally aware and mindful of all that is happening.

It is scientifically proven to be an effective healing tool, and empowers the individual to change undesirable patterns of behaviour, replacing them with constructive, pro active ways of dealing with situations.

During Hypnotherapy you are in control.

Suggestions are made, but only if those suggestions are acceptable to the hypnotised person. Contrary to popular belief, you can’t be hypnotised into doing things against your will.

You can’t be forced into a hypnotic state. Instead, you allow yourself to be hypnotised. It is a voluntary altering of your own consciousness, and you are always in control.

While in a relaxed mental state, instructions and suggestions are made to the client. Hypnotic suggestions are delivered to reinforce and change unwanted thoughts and behaviours. A pathway is then open to fulfilling personal & career goals.

  • Do you want to relieve stress and feel better instantly?
  • Do you want to become proactive, and move away from negativity?
  • Do you want to create powerful motivation and have more energy?
  • Do you want to change habits that have caused you concern?
  • Do you want to rid yourself of anger, fear, or anxiety?

Hypnosis has been scientifically proven.

It is effective in creating change in certain repetitive behaviours including:

  • Stress & Anxiety
  • Motivation
  • Fears
  • Phobias
  • Public Speaking
  • Patterns of Behaviour
  • Self Confidence
  • Anger
  • Attitude Change
  • Unwanted Habits
  • Quitting smoking
  • Weight Loss
  • Pain control
  • Trauma
  • Study Habits
  • Alcohol Issues
  • Sleep Disturbance
  • Panic Attacks
  • Autism
  • Child Bedwetting


Grief and Trauma

Grief and Trauma

Grief and TraumaKrys’ compassion, empathy and caring assist devastated clients to advance through the process of loss & grief. Her gentle demeanour helps clients to open doors to their painful memories and experiences so that healing can commence.

This allows a natural progression of recognition and transition when working through issues of loss, grief, abuse and trauma.

Krys has completed specific courses and programmes dealing with these issues. She has also presented workshops to other professionals.

An environment of confidentiality and respect is adhered to, and is imperative for continued disclosure and building of trust. Krys has worked with survivors of sexual abuse and victims of domestic violence. She has also been involved in workplace and home invasions where victims have been traumatised.

Grief and Trauma Counselling

Trauma is defined as a threat to life, but it also can be something much less than one would think. As opposed to rape, warfare, incest or horrible sources of things we acknowledge as trauma, it may in fact be any situation where one is faced with a threat to one’s well-being, one’s survival.

It can be losing a job, losing the love of a child/spouse, a surgical procedure gone wrong. It can be any of these situations and many others, combined with a state of helplessness, where one has no control over that event.

Grief and Trauma Therapy

Krys applies suitable strategies and approaches to suit the individual for greater efficiency in resolving problematic issues. The following are just a few of the techniques that are applied, to elevate the trauma and stress.


She is experienced in using EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing). This technique is highly effective in releasing trauma from the body quickly.


She also uses EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) which involves tapping on certain meridian points of the body. Clients are given instructions, and can learn and use this technique safely at home to assist with anxiety and any uncomfortable feelings.


Krys has also produced an ERT (Emotion Release Technique) that she freely avails her clients in CD form. The client is then able to make further progress within a shorter period of time.