Hypnosis has a long history of use as a cure for several diseases such as depression, anxiety, sleeping problems, slimming, and addictions such as smoking.

Slimming is one of the cases where hypnosis is the most successful. Scientifically and empirically, hypnosis has helped many people who have had a problem with slimming. Weight loss can be difficult and many have encountered problems using only traditional methods.

Clinical hypnosis is a psychotherapeutic tool rather than a magic stick.

By hypnosis we describe a state of guided turn within ourselves.

Hypnotic scenarios used by the therapist are "programs" that trigger excellent procedures in the brain for the benefit of the patient.

Our key "tools" in these "programs" are words, specially selected according to the "subject" for the treatment of the patient in order to reach his goal.

It is not sleep but a shift of attention to what our self points out as important at that moment, indifferent to the external environment, since spacetime loses its objective dimension.

In heavy and moderate obesity the intervention - support of the primary goal (loss of many kilos) is done by endoscopy, finding new strengths, feel positive, degrading the negatives of life in the present, and placing a imaginary gastric ring to reduce appetite, bulimic reactions and of extreme diet preferences.

The time required to achieve the goal is relatively shorter, the effort required is minimal, the only requirement is to cooperate with the therapist and follow the program until it is over. The consistency of sessions is important as handling and enhancing submissions ensures that the method is effectively completed.


A few words about Dr. Maria Chudalaki, a clinical hypnotherapist and member of the GHR

Dr. Maria Chudalaki is a consultant psychologist, a member of the ΣΕΨ, the first officially recognized provider for the profession of psychologists, with studies at the University of Athens, Kapodistriako, and in England, at the University of Hull.

Specialized, since 1998, in dealing with addictive personalities, as well as addicted and addicted to the behavioral patterns of survival people, she has worked as head of teams against bulimia, smokers and groups of alcoholics.

She possesses and applies the technique of Biothymic hypnosis as well as indirect hypnotherapy (Indirect Ericksonian Hypnotherapy), a technique with excellent results when applied to cases of phobias, panic attacks, depression, lack of self-confidence, lack of self-control, appetite and eating disorders, fear of exposure to the public, sleep disturbances, sexual desire and fitness disorders, aggression, and smoking cessation with just one application.