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Lysa Churchley from Transition Hypnotherapy Perth performing hypnotherapy for relaxation, anxiety and anger

Are you ready to reclaim your life?

I can help you release your anxiety, stress, fear, weight loss or anger issues for good with the best hypnotherapy in Perth.

Hypnotherapy treatments work by accessing the unconscious mind where a lot of our limiting beliefs stem from and constantly replay.


By entering a deep state of relaxation, you can quieten the logical part of your brain that keeps your mind chatter running, and identify and address the root causes of your issues. This allows you to unblock the behavioural and emotional triggers you’ve been suffering and create a new positive state of wellbeing.  

You may feel embarrassed or ashamed about your condition, or what is revealed to you.


I will work with you to create a trusting relationship and supportive environment that allows you to feel comfortable to discuss your issues, without judgement.

A beautiful life is a beautiful mind 

Your mind is extremely powerful and has the ability to either positively or negatively contribute to your life.


Many of your negative thoughts have been years in the making, so it will take time to unravel them so you can transition to a new, healthier way of thinking.


Hypnotherapy can help you to relax and reconnect with yourself and your loved ones. It can help you find and live the life you’ve always wanted and enjoy everything that goes with that.

If you're suffering from any of these issues, hypnotherapy may be the answer you've been looking for. 


Relationship issues

Habits and addictions

Stress management

Performance anxiety

Sleep management

Weight management

Emotion management

IVF and infertility

Hypnotherapy  for children 

What to expect in your first hypnotherapy session 

You can book your first hypnotherapy session as a face-to-face or Zoom session. In-person sessions will be held in the Transition Hypnotherapy clinic at The Vines, Perth or other pre discussed clinic locations.


Zoom sessions are just as effective as face-to-face sessions as I will guide the session. You just need to ensure there won’t be any distractions in your surroundings and you’re comfortable. Being in a familiar environment, like your home, is likely to make the relaxation process easier for you.   


Your first session will take approximately 40 minutes and start by completing an intake form and confidentiality agreement. We’ll then talk about the issues you’d like to address and your goals for attending hypnotherapy. 


We’ll develop a personalised treatment plan that outlines the areas you’d like to target and the holistic therapies I’ll use to help you. I recommend at least 3 sessions to make permanent change, but you may need more depending the severity of your condition. 


The hypnotherapy process usually commences on your second session and thereafter will last approximately 60 minutes. I start by bringing your focus to your breath or body, such as starting at your toes and working your way up. This helps to centre the mind, and relax the muscles, allowing you to go into a deeper state of relaxation.


I will then ask you to imagine certain imagery to help engage the unconscious mind. We start in a light relaxed state, and may enter a deeper state, depending on your needs.  


When you’re in an effective state of relaxation, I start the hypnotherapy process which involves using positive affirmations to remove old beliefs. You will remain awake and aware, and can talk to me through the process.


I end the session by helping to bring your awareness back to the room and ask you to open your eyes. This helps you to leave the deep relaxed state and return to your normal state.


You will leave the session feeling relaxed and centred. You may experience some tiredness or disrupted dreams for a few days after, which is an indication your mind is processing issues which have been released.


In the early stages of treatment, you may be more conscious of your condition because it’s at the front of your mind. You may even see an increase in the condition, which is normally short-term and often part of subconscious anxiety or fear about making a change or letting the habit go. Once the new techniques start to sink in, the symptoms will fade.  


Your treatment plan may include tasks to complete between sessions, including journaling, recording your habits and listening to a self-hypnosis recording to ensure you cement your results. 


Being relaxed is an essential component of the hypnotherapy treatment process. There are some medical conditions where hypnosis is considered unsuitable including, severe mental health problems (psychosis) or learning disabilities where co-operation is difficult, impaired ability to concentrate and epilepsy uncontrolled by medication and considered inappropriate by the patient’s GP. In these situations, you should consult your doctor for alternative therapies.

Hypnotherapy packages 

Initial intro session - $ 60 for a 45 minutes session 


Ongoing hypnosis sessions - $100 for a 60 minutes session.  


Hypnotherapy to quit smoking - $450, includes 6 hypnotherapy sessions, preparation tasks, and a pre-recorded self-hypnosis to use between sessions. Hypnotherapy focuses on smoking triggers and motivation, barriers to quitting and relapse prevention.  


Hypnotherapy for anxiety, panic and depression -  $550 includes 4 to 6 hypnotherapy sessions, home tasks including mood logs, journaling and self-guided creativity sessions, and a pre-recorded self-hypnosis to use between sessions. Hypnotherapy will focus on your stress triggers, lifestyle, fears and beliefs. The sessions will help you to gradually peel away the layers of negativity and build your confidence by teaching you new tools and skills to help ease your anxiety and stress.   


Payment plans are available.

Hypnotherapy FAQs 

  • What’s the difference between a hypnotist and a hypnotherapist?
    When most people think of hypnotists, they think of stage shows where someone clicks their finger and offers suggestions for someone to suddenly believe they are a chicken, or to shed their inhibitions. From the audience’s perspective, it looks like the people on stage have given their ‘power’ over to the hypnotist, so they are fooled into thinking the subjects are under a spell. This is for entertainment only, with no consideration of the person’s condition or medical history. A trained hypnotist can use hypnosis to help people with various conditions, but is not licensed to practice hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapists use holistic therapies to address negative thought processes, as part of a treatment plan that’s been designed to achieve specific goals.
  • How many hypnotherapy sessions do I need?
    The amount of hypnotherapy sessions you require depend on the severity of your condition. Conditions that respond positively to suggestion therapy, such as nail-biting, can take 1 to 4 sessions. More severe conditions that require deeper analysis, such as anxiety, fear or addiction, may require 3 to 10 hypnotherapy sessions. I will provide you with an estimate of required hypnotherapy sessions once we’ve discussed your issues, developed a treatment plan and assessed your response to the first hypnotherapy session. Once the therapeutic components fall into place, you may find you have a rapid response to change.
  • What if I can't be hypnotised?
    The only thing stopping most people from being hypnotised is their view of the process. Resistance often occurs when a client misunderstands the connection between the hypnosis process and the role of the hypnotherapist. You are not under the power of the hypnotherapist, but guided through the process by them. The best way to approach hypnotherapy, to ensure you get value from the process, is to keep an open mind, ask questions and be prepared to use your visual imagination. If you can close your eyes, and visualise your journey to the nearest shop, you’re a good candidate for hypnotherapy.
  • Can I get stuck in hypnosis?
    Hypnosis is simply being in a deep state of relaxation. As a hypnotherapist, I help you enter and exit the relaxed state as part of the session. You can’t be stuck in hypnosis as you would simply snap out of it, just like you come in and out of daydream states throughout the day.
  • Can I be made to say anything against my will?
    When you enter a deep state of relaxation, you remain conscious of everything you think and say. You may feel embarrassed or ashamed about your condition, or what is revealed to you, which is why building a relationship of trust is so important. I create a supportive environment that allows you to feel comfortable to discuss your issues, without judgement. You do not have to say anything you’re not ready to speak about.
  • Will hypnosis make me remember bad things from my past?
    You will always be in total control of your hypnotherapy sessions. We will talk about any concerns you have about past traumas, as part of our initial discussion, to ensure they are dealt with sensitively. So if bad things from your past come up, that you aren’t ready to deal with, you can divert your thoughts to something else. You will not be forced to say or discuss anything that makes you uncomfortable.
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