English speaking hypnotherapist in Stavanger

Hypnotherapy is a gentle and effective way to deal with emotional conflicts, or when you act/react against your will or reason – for example, if you feel fear without having an objective reason for the fear.

Hypnotherapy can also help you lose weight or release old traumas.

Many people think that they should let go of all control in hypnosis and surrender to the hypnotist
This is not correct.

You are in full consciousness throughout the treatment, and in fact, hypnotherapy is often about giving you more control over your life – eg: if you are afraid of spiders …

Would you then like to have control back?

Hypnotherapy can help a lot of people;

Quit smoking

Make the decision before the doctor makes it for you

Fear of flying

I want to get rid of my fear of flying and have a better holiday experience

Exam anxiety

Why pills and medication
do not remove exam anxiety

Depression-free without medication?

There is no medication that can teach you to value yourself as you are.

social anxiety

Escape uncertainty – and learn about safety-seeking behaviour

weight loss

Boost weight loss and still enjoy yourself

Performance anxiety

Avoid the embarrassing blushing and sweating when speaking in front of others

Sleep problems

what motivates you to avoid good sleep? (Trick question!)

Good girl

Are you tired of being so good and kind that others just take advantage of you?


Consequences of severe or prolonged psychological or social stress.


Overly high expectations of yourself – and ideas about other people’s expectations of you.

Eating too much?

Is eating self-care and self-medication to manage emotional turmoil?

What happens in Hypnotherapy?

Hans Laustsen holds master’s degree in psychology from universities in both Denmark and the UK. He is also a registered nurse with specialised training in psychiatry.

He is authorised by the Danish Health Authority in Denmark and authorised by the Norwegian Directorate of Health to work in this field.

He has worked professionally with human development internationally for over 30 years.

Hypnotherapy is effective in depth

You decide 100% yourself what we will work on and how deep we will go.

Sometimes there is something else and deeper behind an inappropriate reaction – for example: There is no logical reason to be afraid of an ordinary spider. There may therefore be a surprisingly simple explanation for your discomfort.

Often the discomfort disappears when you find this explanation and process it.

You can only be hypnotised
if you want to be hypnotised.

The hypno-therpist has no power over you.

This only happens on television.
Therapeutic hypnosis has a completely different approach and function.

With us, you are fully conscious at all times.

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Hypnotherapy is a fantastic habit breaker

Hypnotherapy is effective when you yourself are unable to control emotions or habits, it is also very effective if you get scared or get anxiety for no objective reason – eg: phobias, fear of flying, exam anxiety or presentation anxiety.

Try hypnotherapy if you act or react against your own will or do things that you don’t really want to do.

You don’t have to keep ending up in the same unpleasant situation over and over again.

Hypnotherapy can in many cases help you to live more easily and relaxed.

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Your hypnotherapist's professional training is important

Hypnotherapy or hypnotherapy? Yes – there is a difference but… “Dear child has many names”.

When hypnosis techniques are used combined with therapy techniques by a trained therapist, it is hypnotherapy.

There are many varieties of therapeutic hypnosis.

At DANSK HYPNOSE you are met with a predominantly psychological approach.

Hans Laustsen is trained under the auspices of NGH – the largest hypnosis organisation in the world.

He is further educated in “Ericksonian Hypnosis” which is hypnosis therapy with an emphasis on activating your inner resources.

For those who want help, it is important that your therapist is professionally trained – that is, your therapist has learned different hypnosis techniques and can adapt the techniques to your needs, as well as having a solid academic and authorised background in psychology.

Everyone can learn to hypnotise, but not everyone can properly handle what comes up during the treatment.

Professor Dr. Med. & Cand. Psych.,
Bobby Zachariae