Jacki White Hypnotherapy Port Fairy

for lasting change


Imagine living your life with the freedom to be who you want to be , achieving positive and lasting lifestyle changes and moving forward to a more fulfilling and happier way of being.

About us

Your Therapist

Jacki White  is trained in Clinical Hypnotherapy , NLP, and EMDR.

Jacki’s open, caring, non-judgmental nature and professional approach will ensure you get the best help you need.

Changing old habits or outdated ways of thinking doesn’t need to be hard or take a long time. The hardest part is making the decision to do something about it. The fact that you are visiting this website means you are on your way to making positive changes in your life. To find out if Jacki is the right therapist for you or to ask any questions, get in touch today .

Find out more about Jacki

Our Treatment Focus

Our focus is to assist you to make changes in your life, to heal, energize, and tap into your own inner strengths and resources to make the desired changes and to reach your goals. 

Each one of us is different and at Jacki White Hypnotherapy we provide a customised treatment plan to suit each individual‘s needs.

Your experience

The experience of being in Hypnosis is an extremely pleasant one. It’s a bit like being asleep but you are consciously aware and you are just resting comfortably relaxed. You should notice that your breathing slows down and most of your muscles become relaxed and there is this sense of distance from where you are, the passage of time gets distorted and it’s as if your mind takes you on a pleasant journey inside, as if you are floating on a cloud and you may become aware of a sense of growing comfort and you should really enjoy the feelings of peace and tranquility as you discover for yourself how easy and natural it is to drift into a pleasant hypnotic state.

Jacki White is a member of the ASCH.

What is Hypnosis

Hypnosis is a trance-like state in which a focused awareness is achieved. This trance-like state is similar to daydreaming or being completely absorbed in a book or a movie. You may be in a hypnotic state when watching TV, driving a car or dancing as these activities are performed more unconsciously than consciously. 

Our mind can be divided into two mental states; conscious and the subconscious (or unconscious).The conscious mind deals with rational thinking and observations that are in our awareness, while the unconscious mind stores our life’s experiences, emotions and our core beliefs and habits that have evolved out of those experiences.

The unconscious mind is what ultimately directs and controls all of our behaviours and it constantly works to control our inner desires.  

The task of the Hypnotherapist is to guide the client into hypnosis and to activate internal resources for change and empowerment and enable the client’s unconscious mind to generate solutions that allow the client to move from their present awareness toward their specified outcome.


Neuro-Linguistic Programming, ( NLP )

NLP describes the connection between the mind (neuro) and language (linguistic) and how this affects our body and behavior (programming). 

NLP is essentially about behavioural modelling which means that any task or skill done well (or excellently) can be decoded and replicated.

Using NLP tools and techniques we can understand where the client is presently, what they desire to achieve and then create new and lasting behaviours to assist the client in achieving their desired goal. 


Eye movement desensitisation and reprogramming is a therapy used to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories. 

Rapid Eye Movement (REM) occur during our dream states to process information and allow the mind and body to release emotions attached to these experiences. In a similar way eye movements are used during the sessions of EMDR. As internal associations arise clients can begin to process disturbing memories and feelings allowing the meaning of painful events to be transformed on an emotional level. The memory remains but the emotions attached to the memory are transformed.  


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