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Hypnotherapy for Cancer

Can Hypnosis help with cancer?

Hypnosis for Physical Side Effects

  • Reducing side effects of chemotherapy & radiotherapy i.e. Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting (CINV)

  • Strengthening Immune System

  • Reducing or eliminating pain of surgical recovery 

  • Control of pain with self-regulation of pain perception

  • Significantly reducing fatigue

  • Controlling symptoms, such as, loss of appetite, anticipatory emesis, learned food aversions, etc.

  • Regulation of irregular and abnormal bowel movements

Hypnosis for Mental Support

  • Alleviating anxiety

  • Managing depression, anger, and frustration

  • Eliminating insomnia and restoring healthy deep sleep

  • Reducing a sense of isolation

  • Improvement of self-esteem, involvement in self-care, return of locus of control

Self-Hypnosis for Cancer Management

  • Introducing visualization to promote health improvement

  • Teaching self-hypnosis to apply the techniques used during the course of therapy on your own

  • Tailored to individual needs Mp3 recordings given every two sessions - based on our sessions

Hypnosis for Cancer

Clinical hypnosis is a medically recognized therapy used to treat emotional or physical problems. It has been specifically employed in the palliative care of cancer patients to reduce symptoms associated with radiation and chemotherapy.


By successfully addressing the symptoms, studies have shown that hypnotherapy improves the individual quality of life and life expectancy.

The primary goal of hypnosis as complementary approach to medical cancer therapies is to recover a feeling of control and a greater understanding of the body-mind connection. This creates the best holistic treatment medicine has to offer, allowing you to consciously use the power of the subconscious mind.

Hypnotic Experience


Hypnosis is an altered state of awareness in which you are relaxed but have focused attention. You feel separate from, but still aware of, what’s going on around you.

Many people worry that they will lose control or do things against their will, but you cannot be hypnotized if you don’t want to be. For hypnosis to be helpful you need to be comfortable with being hypnotized and trust your hypnotherapist.

“I met Malwina recently at the Solaris Centre located within Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, where she was supporting cancer patients by volunteering her time, knowledge and skills through Hypnosis.  


I wasn’t sure what to expect, however Malwina made me feel very comfortable and I was able to totally relax and be guided by her.  I had an amazing experience, similar to a really deep mediation and felt a sense of lightness and freedom when we had finished our session.  


Malwina provided me with a few tools so as I could practice self-hypnosis to induce hypnotic state, which I regularly use.  This has enabled awareness of my behavioural and emotional issues, allowing me to focus, reprogram and bring about change.


I would highly recommend discussing Hypnotherapy Treatment with Malwina to look at improving your wellbeing and lifestyle”


Pauline – Breast Cancer Patient 2019

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Cancer is not a death sentence, nor an enemy but a messenger.


Hear its message. 

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