Good communication is cited as ...

the single most important aspect of a satisfying relationship!

Have you ever wondered how it is that some couples just seem to have it together? Have you ever asked yourself, “How in the world do they DO it?” What’s their secret?

Most people know that this is true, yet we still haven’t learned how to communicate more effectively with our partners. Maintaining great relationships is not just a matter of luck; it needs considerable amounts of communication, compassion and care thrown in. I'm sure by now you know that changing your partner is not the best option. Therefore, a better approach is in altering your strategies for dealing with your partner rather than attempting to change them.

Hypnotherapy helps you become more accepting, tolerant and understanding in your relationship.


From an NLP perspective, these are the two man reasons why relationships end:

Negative anchoring
Unfulfilled strategies

The hypnotherapy model we use takes approximately 8 to 10 hours for two people. We will first meet with you together, and then individually to disconnect negative anchors and experiences (using Time Line Therapy) and delete anger (frustration, irritation), sadness, fear, guilt, hurt and any limiting decisions that you have made. Other common symptoms that we might work on could include: communication barriers, ego hassles, insecurity, jealousy, and possessiveness to name just a few such issues. We will also teach you the necessary strategies to feel fulfilled in your relationship, and eliminate unfulfilled strategies.

Using hypnotherapy techniques, you will feel calmer and more relaxed. You will probably notice how much more positive you feel after your sessions. You will find yourself responding to situations, instead of reacting to them.

After the hypnotherapy sessions, you'll probably notice that the two of you:

  • Have a better, more constructive way of communicating with each other
  • Feel understood and supported when you open up to your partner and share feelings
  • Talk about disagreements and problems in ways leading to mutually agreeable solutions
  • Express your concerns in a way that your partner truly understands
  • Use these techniques to change things immediately (not next month, or next year) ... NOW!