What is Fertility Hypnotherapy?

  • Fertility hypnotherapy provides a safe and supportive space to build an internal space of baby possibility
  • Hypnosis helps to let go of old grief and loss which can affect a woman’s hormonal balance, immunity and fertility.
  • Hypnosis helps you make improved internal changes to the way you think, feel and behave.                                 Book here

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Fertility Crisis-point

Fertility can be a real crisis-point in a woman’s life and of her partner, when conception does not happen as desired or expected. Unexplained fertility drags out the pain of not conceiving and extends that crisis-point into an ongoing monthly struggle of feeling letdown (to put it mildly).  Women are quick to blame themselves when things go wrong.

Yet often, the problem is a shared one. This internal struggle of ‘why is this happening’ and ‘what can I do about it’ is often the very antithesis of what not to do!

  • Fertility hypnotherapy is a specific therapy that creates a ‘safe place’ for a woman to open to herself, and begin to build a womb of love and spaciousness. It’s important to recognise old grief and loss and to understand it in order to let it go.  We tend to hold onto things, old hurts, old memories, old scars and these are the very things that keep us stuck. In order to create womb-building on the inside, old and limiting thoughts and memories need to be jettisoned (with love!) 
  • A woman needs to further explore how to become more fertile in all aspects of her daily life. Building small acts of fertile appreciation!
  • To encourage ‘moving forward’, it’s necessary to attend to your body as well. Fertility Massage wil support this or other types of bodywork. Book here
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How will Fertility Hypnotherapy help you?

  • As a trained therapist (counsellor, hypnotherapist and psychotherapist) I help you to support your goal of fertility and conception.
  • There are many reasons why natural conception can be both interrupted and disrupted by what’s in a woman’s psyche. It’s important to delve safely and wisely.
  • Hypnosis provides a unique internal space that is highly visual and a sensory encapsulation of your experience at the time (within a safe space). Guided suggestions can direct you to discover a deeper place of creative knowing. That place can be pivotal to seeding and stepping into change.

The key to any success is confidence based on your self-acceptance and the resilience to The quality of your thought etclearn from conflict and challenge.

Medical research
  • Shows that specific to reproduction there are various factors that contribute positively to a woman being responsive to conceiving. Conception is more than just a physical event taking place in a receptive body between egg and sperm. The real driver is the state of a woman’s mental health and wellbeing which really do hold ‘the show’ together, in that her mental, emotional, psycho-social and spiritual factors are the key to making effective change happen.
How to start your hormonal balance journey
  • 1. Prioritise yourself in all aspects of her life. Hard as this might sound as females are more socially conditioned to be supportive in their relationships and interactions.
  • Discover the joy of selfishness! You come first (within reason!)
  • Make a plan of when you want to have a baby, then work backwards so you can start filling in the details of what that is going to look like.
  • If she’s serious about getting her fertility status as right as it can be, she needs to plan her approach.  That may mean – if she’s committed to conceiving as healthily as she can, and conception either hasn’t happened within a reasonable period of time (say 1-2 years), or she’s pre-contemplating conception at a ‘get ready’ phase, then she will need to rethink and redo the manner of her current lifestyle, such as – reduce her stress levels, improve her nutrition status and focus more meaningfully on a simpler life (for the time-being anyway).

When all of that is consistent over time (the implemented changes), as in 90 days of an egg’s cycle, you will have the chance to improve both your egg quality, your quality of life and your chances of conceiving a healthy baby.

For those committed to the path of increased fertility, read on...

Apart from improving the health of your eggs, what else would improve your state of mind and healthy body? Let’s begin with the mind first. A thought begets a feeling and a feeling begets an action or behaviour. That is the order of stimulus and behaviour.

What is a restless mind?
  • A restless mind is often one that is busy all the time, taken up with a busy work life, busy social life and busy in thinking about all sorts of things, relevant or not.
  • A busy mind is often confused with an active mind.
  • A restless mind is one that struggles to be still, so looks for constant distraction.
  • A busy mind is often prized in our western society, yet it is a mind that is ultimately unbalanced.
  • Accumulative stress, as in unexpected events (death of a family member or friend, work promotion, loss of job or relationship, moving house, miscarriage etc); can push a person over the edge. This can be highly destabilising for a busy mind!
  • We talk about anxiety as a commonplace feeling. We are anxious about something and everything. We have a great tendency to be more scared, fearful and anxious! Yet what about?
  • It has largely lost its intended meaning as it has become a catchall word for whatever discomfort we might be experiencing, rather like fear.
  • Yet, when we accurately name the word for the actual emotion or feeling state we are feeling, it reveals how we are actually feeling.
  • Anxiety is rather like fear. Again, a catchall word for more feelings underneath the top one.
  • Consider asking yourself when you next feel anxious –  What else am I you feeling? What else is in this mix of feeling, thought and sensation? Can you be more specific and name the quality of your experience? You may notice there is more depth and truth to the other feeling(s) /sensation(s) than just anxiety.
  • Identifying the other feeling may activate your problem-solving ability more than just accepting being anxious, and therefore unable to do anything productive about it.

Unfortunately, accepting anxiety can keep us frozen in our ability to be responsive. Our responsiveness is our ability to be agile and flexible and bounce back from challenges and difficulties.

Let’s see what might be helpful 


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Mindfulness is a state of mind – a clear and calm state of mind that can take some time to achieve, with daily practise to maintain, implement, enjoy and reap the benefits of in your daily life. Mindfulness is a learnt style of meditation, using primarily the breath, as the primary focus and anchor, to still the mind of restless thinking. This focussed method of concentration, helps ‘steady’ the mind and promotes greater clarity of awareness and insight. Hence, mindfulness is also called ‘insight’ meditation.

Meditative breathing is natural breathing. Nothing complicated or mysterious about that. Except a lot of us have forgotten how to breathe simply and naturally, which is where it starts to get complicated!  Watch a young baby lie on their back and see the distension of their abdomen, as they just breathe. That’s natural breathing and our natural state of ease.

Chest breathing, especially upper chest is a shallow type of breath, more simply – a panic and anxious breath!  How many people do you know who breathe like that?

There are various forms or styles of meditation to suit a person; with the primary intention being, to reclaim your natural breath, improve your health and wellbeing,  and make it an ongoing and active part of your life.

There are various studies and statistics that show the benefits of meditation:
  • In both reducing and managing stress, from daily natural stresses to anxiety and some types of depression
  • Reducing high blood pressure, hypertension
  • Aiding childbirth
  • Reducing both acute and chronic pain sufferers
  • And for enhanced performance in any activity you can think of (with no exaggeration meant).

There are various schools of meditation offering group mindfulness or other types of meditation courses that are all equally beneficial to the person.

Or you may benefit from learning mindfulness techniques as part of various psychological services. Contact Claire to find out more…
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Forest Lodge (Glebe)
NSW 2037.
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