Welcome to ADVANCE CLINIC’S Nationwide

Hello and Welcome to ADVANCE Hypno Health Service & Weight Management Hypnosis Clinic’s Nationwide.

ADVANCE Weight-Management Hypnosis Clinic’s offer a fresh new approach to the age-old problem of losing weight and feeling healthy in in body and mind with The Hypno Health Service Program.

At Advance we have developed Ireland’s most advanced, cutting edge Hypno-Health Service and Weight Release Programs, and in doing so we offer to our clients an array of custom designed Therapies as well as Standard Weight Release Hypnosis Programs.

The sole aim of our programs is to assist our clients to achieve a HEALTHY MIND, BODY & LIFESTYLE. We believe that with any of our strong yet simplified Hypno Health Service & Weight Release Programs, that can fit seamlessly into anyone’s hectic lifestyle or busy work schedule, it is possible for most anyone to achieve a healthy weight and greater overall health.

Here at ADVANCE we specialise in Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy and strive towards assisting our clinics every day to overcome the sometimes more persistent and ongoing lifestyle challenges and obstacles surrounding either their health or more often, the seemingly insurmountable weight release challenges they may be continually facing on a day to day basis.

So, first things first, you can rest assured knowing that our dedicated team of professional hypnotherapists at ADVANCE  Hypnosis Clinics are all highly trained and certified to our industry’s highest operating standards and are all registered members of the NGH & the I.H.A. and other affiliated bodies.

Our team are a collaboration of some of the top hypnotherapists in the Industry that have helped people from all walks of life, from all over Ireland, to overcome their weight release challenges with our Simple to follow Hypno-Health Weight Release Program.


Before considering how Hypnosis Works?

Perhaps the first question should be, does Hypnosis Work?

Decades of research and clinical trials have shown that hypnosis can be remarkably effective for a wide variety of conditions.

To take a clinical example, a study published in the June 2007 Journal of Paediatrics showed that hypnosis produced a significant drop in the severity and duration of headaches in children, and even a drop in the frequency of the headaches themselves – something like 75%.

In the non-clinical field, a University of Iowa meta-analysis by Frank Schmidt showed that hypnosis was three times more effective than nicotine replacement when it came to giving up smoking.

Theories as to how these results are achieved range from the idea that hypnosis produces changes in brain activity, to the idea that the subject is “method acting” the role of a hypnotized person, to the sceptical point of view that it’s all down to the placebo effect (which, of course, raises the awkward question “how does the placebo effect work?”).

All these theories, however, are essentially saying the same thing, hypnosis works by communicating with the unconscious mind.

Conscious and unconscious are just shorthand terms to describe the general characteristics of the human mind.

The “conscious mind” is the bit where we tend to “live” – the bit you might think of as “you”. If there’s a little voice reading these words out loud in your head, that’s the conscious mind talking.

The unconscious mind is everything else!

The unconscious controls all of the autonomic processes that you don’t have to think about – the heart rate, the blood pressure, tissue growth, cell regeneration, the immune system and so on.

It’s where our thoughts, memories and accumulated experience reside.

It controls our emotions, our habits and our responses to the world.

In many ways, it creates that world for us. The unconscious mind handles about two million bits of sensory information every single second.

The conscious mind deals with about seven.

That means that the reality you’re aware of from moment to moment has been brought to your conscious attention by the unconscious, in a sort of Readers’ Digest version, choosing seven bits which it thinks are important from the two million it’s just processed.

The conscious mind is more logical, critical and analytical – it’s constantly making value judgments.

If somebody was to say to you “you really should give up smoking, you know, it’s terribly bad for you”, you’re highly unlikely to become a non-smoker on the spot.

You’re more likely to come up with a dozen, rational sounding reasons as to why you should carry on smoking, or you might tell them to shove off and mind their own business.

Even if you do consciously accept that you should give up smoking, it’s not the conscious part of the mind that’s keeping the habit in place.

The unconscious part of the mind, on the other hand, is much more accepting.

It’s also quite literal and tends to take things personally; relating any information it receives to you as an individual.

Hypnosis works by bypassing the critical conscious mind (usually through relaxation or linguistic techniques), and speaking directly to the unconscious in a language which it understands – pattern, association and metaphor.

As mentioned, the unconscious mind is basically in charge. The vast majority of things that we do are unconscious, which we can be grateful for – if you had to consciously think about every single thing you did, you wouldn’t do anything.

However, it can lead us astray. Most problems are things that we’ve learned how to do at an unconscious level – we’ve just learned how to keep them in an unhelpful way.

Problems are often an attempt at a solution. This is true even for such apparently self-destructive habits as smoking. Many smokers start in their teens, when smoking is seen as a quick way to fit in, acquire adult status or generally appear cool.

Through sheer repetition, the unconscious mind becomes convinced that smoking is serving a vital purpose – that it’s “good” for you in some way.

Hypnosis works by updating the unconscious mind with new and more helpful information, like reprogramming a computer.

It can be used to change associations, so that cigarettes, for instance, are no longer seen as “little friends”, and are more realistically regarded as “toxic killers”.

It can also be used to mentally rehearse better ways of going about things, such as being able to deal with stressful situations without having to light up.

Since the unconscious mind controls our autonomic bodily processes, physical change can also be achieved through hypnosis.

Pain control is a very good example. The mind alters our awareness of pain all the time – professional chefs, for instance, get burnt on a regular basis, but rarely notice it unless it’s particularly severe.

You’ll have experienced this yourself if you’ve ever discovered a cut or a bruise and wondered how it got there. Physical events are still occurring, but the unconscious has relegated them to the 1,999,993 bits of sensory information you’re not aware of every single second.

Hypnosis can therefore be used to amplify that same response and apply it to a specific situation, such as the control of headaches.

Hypnosis works, then, by shaping our perception of reality by dealing directly with the unconscious mind, the seat of most of our problems, and most of our solutions too.

Clinical Hypnosis can work for many challenges we can all face in life from ADDICTION, DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, RECOVERY FROM ILLNESS or TRAUMA, WEIGHT-LOSS & LIFESTYLE CHANGE


The ADVANCE  Clinical Network is Growing Fast! We have clinics North, South, East and West of Ireland with programs tailored to suit everyone’s needs. Here at the ADVANCE  Clinic we teach you through clinical hypnosis to overcome the challenges and obstacles you may face on your journey to achieving your long-term weight release goal and maintain a healthy mindset throughout the program. Our team of skilled clinical hypnotherapists who operate within all of our clinics can help you achieve a more positive frame of mind in which to overcome certain health challenges of life, coupled with the programs and interventions that are available at all of our clinics.

The ADVANCE Clinics mission is clear, as we simply set out to assist any individual in accomplishing their goals in life.

Each clinical hypnotherapist within our group of ADVANCE Clinics is also highly certified and confidently proficient in assisting any individual who wishes for us to assist them when attempting to overcoming the effects of any of life’s challenges such as childhood conditioning, trauma or any other negative emotional states; “ only if needed” and only if identified and requested to do so because it’s clearly understood by the client, that such an “emotional clear out”, would in fact be beneficial to the individual when setting out to achieving their goal” and in certain situations we may also only if requested, link in with any individuals family GP or other such healthcare professional where necessary to arrive at a satisfactory conclusion for our client.

So, having said that we at ADVANCE also know that not everybody has been adversely affected by the circumstances or conditions of their lives and may have only developed extremely bad habits where their health is concerned, and that client confidentiality is respected always and is not breached.

We are a dedicated team of professionals driven by passion that we also deliver a full range of additional hypnotherapy solutions to effectively address a broader range of issues which are available throughout all Advance clinics, so simply find your chosen clinic and do enjoy your stay.

Wayne P Hennessy CHt: Advance Clinics Founder & Principle Director.

Wayne P Hennessy Director of Advance Clinic’s   

Advance Weight Management Hypnosis Clinic’s are now in the following area’s