Welcome to Melbourne Clinical Hypnotherapy

ABN 74 368 102 492

Melbourne Hypnotherapist, Dr. Bruce Alexander can offer you private Hypnotherapy consultations at his clinic in Kew.


Or alternatively, call directly on 9853 3221


If your life is affected by any of the following issues, then hypnosis can help you:

Hypnotherapy – Medicine’s Dark Horse

Throughout the history of modern medicine, surgery and medication have held leading positions in the battle against disease. Usually these modalities come into play after the horse has bolted. The individual already has the disease or injury and medication and/or surgery are employed to rectify the problem. In more recent times government and medical authorities have begun to place more emphasis on preventative medicine. These ‘stop smoking’, ‘exercise more’, ‘drink less alcohol’, ‘drive safely’ media campaigns are an attempt to incite behavioural changes which, if established, are likely to improve health and extend life. Such campaigns are an important first step however they usually provide little, if any, follow up support. An increasing body of evidence is suggesting hypnotherapy may be an excellent technique for behavioural change. Once a desire to lose weight, stop smoking, reduce alcohol or exercise more has been initiated, hypnosis can be an efficient method by which these desires are manifested as realities.

Currently, medical research into the potential benefits of hypnotherapy is grossly underfunded. This is probably due to there being less potential for profit than, for example, pharmaceutical treatments. Nevertheless there are scientific studies which show positive results for hypnotherapy in the treatment of some physical diseases. Hypnosis has also been shown to be effective in pain management. A wide variety of stress, panic, anxiety disorders and phobias also respond well to hypnotherapy.

Television documentaries, demonstrating these results, are beginning to change public perception of hypnotherapy. Instead of hypnotists being view as charlatans and showmen they are increasingly be seen as credible medical and psychological therapists.

Perhaps we are at the forefront of a medical revolution. Many people are unhappy with pharmaceutical side effects and drug dependency. Hypnotherapy is drug free! Adverse side effects are extremely rare and the safety record of hypnotherapy is excellent.

Where is Kew?

The suburb of Kew is located approximately 6km east of the Melbourne CBD.

Number 77 Willsmere Road, Kew VIC 3101.

Access by Car:

From Melbourne: Access the eastern freeway and take the Chandler exit. Turn right onto the Chandler Highway and turn right into Willsmere Rd at the first roundabout.

From Eastern Suburbs: Access the eastern freeway and take the Chandler exit. Turn left onto the Chandler Highway and turn right into Willsmere Rd at the first roundabout.

Access by Bus:

Bus routes 200, 203, 205, 313 ,315 and 609 stop approximately 30 meters from Clinical Hypnotherapy Melbourne. Get off at Willsmere Village and walk in the direction of Melbourne (South West). Clinical Hypnotherapy Melbourne is the last shop on the right hand side.

The following suburbs are less than 30 minute drive from Kew:

Abbotsford, Armadale, Balwyn, Bentleigh, Black Rock, Box Hill, Brighton, Brunswick, Bulleen, Bundoora, Camberwell, Canterbury, Carnegie, Caulfield, Chadstone, Cheltenham, Clayton, Coburg, Collingwood, Deer Park, Doncaster, Elsternwick, Eltham, Elwood, Epping, Essendon, Fairfield, Fitzroy, Footscray, Glen Iris, Glen Waverley, Glenhuntly, Greensborough, Hampton, Hawthorn, Heidelberg, Highet, Ivanhoe, Kew, Kooyong, Lalor, Laverton, Lower, Plenty, Macleod, Malvern, Middle Park, Moonie Ponds, Melbourne, Moorabbin, Mount Waverley, Murrumbeena, Northcote, Oakleigh, Ormond, Parkville, Pascoe Vale, Port Melbourne, Prahran, Preston, Richmond, Rosana, Sandringham, South Yarra, Spotswood, St Albans, St Kilda, Surrey Hills, Templestowe, Thornbury, Toorak, Tullamarine, Williamstown, Yarraville, North Melbourne, South Melbourne, East Melbourne, Melbourne.


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