Kerry Katona breaks down in tears and left shaking as she opens up on mental health battle after 'powerful' hypno | The Sun

EMOTIONAL Kerry Katona broke down in tears telling fans that she couldn't stop shaking.

The singer, 42, explained that had a powerful form of hypnotherapy saying: "I feel like I've just been rebooted, like I've just been reborn."

She added: "I've got in touch with little Kerry, who's been through s***."

Kerry said she's been left "triggered" after writing her blockbuster book, which comes out next month, and contacted therapist Marcus Matthews.

The tearful star explained: "I have been struggling with my mental health and anxiety and fear.

"I've been the doctors, had my medication up. I've really, really been struggling. Then I met this guy. I can't stop crying. This is Marcus Matthews, please go and follow him.

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"He's just done the most amazing thing on me. You guided me through this and I cannot give this man enough praise for what he'd just done to me.

"I feel like I've just been rebooted, like I've just been reborn. It's like I've had an awakening, like a higher power.

"I've got in touch with little Kerry, who's been through s***. I've reached out to her and I've looked after her.

"Honest to god this guy is amazing. It was so powerful."

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Marcus explained: "What we've done is we've used a very powerful technique of hypnotheraphy to find the root cause of why Kerry's been feeling the way she's been feeling.

"We've released this massive feeling so I think we can say you connected with the universe, didn't you?"

She replied: "Massively. I heard two voices. I am a massive believer in all this and you all know I am. I'm still shaking, this was so powerful.

"I'm a massive advocate for mental health. If you need any kind of therapy this f***ing man – sorry for swearing – please get in touch with this man.

"I can't even explain properly what's happened. It was very emotional."

Kerry was quickly contacted by followers and friends, including Danielle Brown, who wrote: "Got me in tears, I am so happy for you Kerry x."

What is hypnotherapy?

MOST of us learned everything we know about hypnosis from TV shows, where people put under a “spell”.

So it’s no surprise that there’s a healthy amount of scepticism about it.

But hypnotherapy is recognised as a talking therapy by the British Psychological Society, and is considered a useful treatment for issues including anxiety, addiction and even IBS.

The idea of hypnotherapy is to induce a mild trance – meaning a relaxed state, a bit like when we allow our minds to wander or switch to autopilot – and then introduce suggestions for how we’d like to feel or behave or explore the sub-conscious.

Up to 90% of our behaviour is governed by the unconscious, according to experts.

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