Medical Hypnoanalysis is dynamic, short term and directed therapy

(30 sessions or less).  This medical model of psychotherapy aims to alleviate

symptoms by means of resolving the underlying subconscious causes.


It is based on the understanding that psychological symptoms can sometimes

express themselves as physical symptoms in the body. Some of the common

symptoms and unwanted behaviour that lead the client to seek therapy include

depression, phobias, obsessions, psychosomatic disorders, self-destructive and

 anti-social behaviour and other emotional and psychological problems.


Just as doctors will aim to treat physical problems by first investigating the

problem and making a diagnosis, Medical Hypnoanalysis uses specialized

psychological techniques to analyse both the conscious and unconscious mind

to discover the underlying cause of the client's presenting symptoms or problem.

Therapist tools to investigate the subconscious include the Word Association

Exercise, dream analysis and regressive therapy.


Based on the information retrieved from the unconscious mind, the diagnoses

made in Medical Hypnoanalysis include:


  • Identity Problem (the feeling of not belonging; not being loved)
  • Ponce de Leon Syndrome (emotional immaturity)
  • Jurisdictional problem (inappropriate guilt)
  • Walking zombie syndrome (feeling dead, depression)
  • Death expectancy syndrome (anxiety)



Any suggestions or opinions voiced in these pages are those of the authors, and in no way to be constructed as final treatment advice. They are intended as a starting point to develop your own preparation and treatment plan. Please consult your medical and/or psychological experts or caregivers to fine-tune the advice and suggestions for your own unique needs.