academic performance hypnosis

Hypnosis can Improve Academic Performance

Children are told every day, they must do well at school. Parents spend fortunes on children’s education. Governments advance the belief of the value of education in their communication. And so, pressure is exerted on students to perform well.
Tertiary institutions adhere to strict entrance criteria, and once accepted, the student is under even more pressure. With so much emphasis placed on the value of education nowadays, it is easy to understand why today’s students are under a lot of pressure. And while they are under that pressure, they have to deal with many distractions both within and outside the learning institution.
The results achieved during these years affect the opportunities offered when studies are completed… and what happens when the student doesn’t meet their expectation or the expectation of others? …
For those who are time poor, or have difficulty in organising their time, this can lead to even more problems and be very difficult to deal with.
For many people hypnosis has been the saviour. Hypnosis can help students in so many ways like:
• Time management
• Procrastination
• Motivation
• Remembering what you learn
• Presentation anxiety
• Exam nerves
Hypnosis can help you become more organised and motivated so that studying becomes natural and enjoyable. It can also help place learning into memory so that it can be readily accessed easily and naturally when needed, like giving a presentation or sitting exams. It can also assist the student in prioritising tasks and dealing with work commitments fitting in leisure activities, and everyday distractions like social media, internet, TV and friends.
Kenneth Eldridge an experienced Clinic Hypnotherapist at Perth Hypnosis Clinic has helped numerous high school and university students turn their results around and graduate with higher scores.
If you are finding academia difficult, or just want to be more successful, give Kenneth a call on 0431 959 204 and get your studies back on track.