Daytime problems don’t simply dissolve when we close our eyes and go to sleep at night. In fact, it’s usually when we’re free from external distractions that the issues of the day become amplified, sometimes leading to insomnia and other parasomnias.
When we do fall asleep, our dreams often reflect the emotions and situations which attract our attention during the daytime. If we pay attention to their content, our dreams and unconscious mind can show us areas of our lives that we could improve and how to go about making those improvements.
It’s your unconscious mind that usually has the problem since your conscious mind knows exactly what you want to do, and how you do or do not want to feel. Most people who come to therapy have tried thinking their way past a problem only to find that the results and effects are temporary, and this can make you feel even more isolated and powerless.
At Day and Night Therapy, we combine different psychotherapeutic methods with hypnosis tools, so that you can access the content of your unconscious consciously to understand what’s going on. This allows your waking, conscious mind the ability to directly interact with and learn from any information that arises from your active imagination so that you can effect lasting change.
Your therapist, Luigi Sciambarella, has spent nearly two decades learning and practising how to become conscious while dreaming in a state known as Lucid Dreaming. Taking the lessons from this practice, your therapy will help you to understand how to be more present and mindful in the daytime, and you’ll learn tools to strengthen your conscious mind.
Through hypno-psychotherapy, you’ll also learn how to better communicate with and build a strong relationship with your unconscious so that more of your mental resources will be available to work on any issues throughout the day and night.
We know that going to therapy is a big step but you’re in safe, trusted hands. Luigi has worked with hundreds of people across the world and from all walks of life, helping them on their personal developmental journey. Contact us to see how he can help you too.