Methods we use


The induction in hypnosis refers to the process through which a person is brought into a trance-like state. Various techniques are employed to focus consciousness, direct attention, and open the mind to states conducive to suggestion. There are different types of induction methods, ranging from slow, progressive relaxation techniques to faster, attention-oriented approaches. The purpose of induction is to bypass the critical mind and facilitate access to the subconscious, promoting positive changes or suggestions.

Inner child

The Inner Child work is a therapeutic approach aimed at recognizing, understanding, and healing the inner child personality. This can help heal emotional wounds from the past, strengthen self-esteem, and improve personal relationships.


Hypnoanalysis is a specialized form of hypnotherapy that aims to delve deep into a person's subconscious to uncover hidden causes of problems or psychological challenges. In contrast to traditional psychoanalysis, which involves conversations in the waking state, hypnoanalysis utilizes the hypnotic state to facilitate access to hidden memories, emotions, or unconscious patterns.

Zoom & Co.

Online hypnosis refers to hypnotherapy sessions conducted over the Internet using the video conferencing platform "Zoom." This modern form of hypnosis allows individuals to experience the benefits of hypnotherapy comfortably from their homes or any other location of their choice.

hypnotic anchor

Hypnotic anchors are stimuli or triggers used in hypnosis to anchor specific states or responses in the subconscious. These anchors can be visual, auditory, or kinesthetic and serve to replicate a trance-like state or specific sensations. A hypnotic anchor could be, for example, a calming gesture, a specific word, an image, or even a particular scent. During a hypnosis session, this anchor is associated with a desired feeling or state. Subsequently, the anchor can serve as a trigger outside of hypnosis to reproduce the previously introduced state or desired response.


Wingwave is a method of coaching and short-term therapy aimed at reducing stress, activating resources, and enhancing personal performance. This method was developed by German psychologists Cora Besser-Siegmund and Harry Siegmund. The uniqueness of Wingwave lies in the combination of elements such as Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), myostatic testing, and bilateral hemisphere stimulation techniques. The goal is to identify and neutralize stress and blocking emotions, thereby promoting personal development.


Self-hypnosis is a fascinating technique that allows one to achieve a trance-like state to positively influence their own subconscious mind. Through focused concentration and relaxed attention, self-hypnosis can help manage stressful situations, enhance concentration, or achieve personal goals. This method is based on the principle that the mind is capable of bringing about profound changes in thinking, feeling, and behavior.


Suggestions in hypnosis refer to targeted statements or cues designed to influence the subconscious mind. During a hypnotic session, suggestions are employed to promote positive changes in a person's thinking, feeling, or behavior. These suggestions can be verbal or nonverbal and aim to bypass the critical mind, directly accessing the subconscious.


The EMDR therapy is based on the idea that traumatic memories have not been properly processed and are "frozen" in the brain. Bilateral stimulation, often in the form of eye movements, is used to stimulate the processing of these memories. Clients focus on the trauma while the therapist simultaneously induces bilateral stimulation.

Ressource Arbeit

Instead of focusing exclusively on problems, resource work enables a positive orientation toward your personal resources. By identifying strengths, eliciting positive memories, and engaging in creative imagination exercises, we promote a path of positive thinking and emotional well-being. Resource work provides the opportunity not only to reflect on the past but also to develop positive future perspectives and set realistic goals.


Regressing, whether in the form of age regression or retrospective regression, provides a unique opportunity to delve deeply into past experiences to better understand present challenges. With age regression, you can go back to childhood to explore the origins of behaviors or traumas that influence your current life.