ypnosis is a very easy and pleasant way to make profound and lasting changes expeditiously. The American Psychological Association, American Medical Association, and The American Dental Association, all endorse hypnotherapy as a viable and evidenced based treatment for clinical purposes.
There are many misconceptions and myths about hypnotherapy, most of which come from popular culture. It is not uncommon for people to wonder about being in a strange altered state, apprehensive about relinquishing control, or revealing private information.
The truth is that trance is a naturally occurring state that all of us merge in and out of at least 7 to 8 times a day. It occurs when we are engrossed, highly concentrated, and/or focused to the exclusion of everything else; like while watching TV or a movie, reading a book, playing video games, day dreaming, working on a project, or even while driving. It is also what artists and athletes refer to as “flow” or “being in the zone.” Thus, what you actually experience in session wont feel strange or foreign to you. There is no loss of control what so ever, you hear everything being said, during the session there is no dialogue, I’ll be the only one talking, hence no divulging personal information. Your time in a hypnotherapy session feels relaxing and peaceful, like a mental vacation; and the beneficial changes as a result, feel natural and effortless.
- Stress Relief
- Inner Peace
- State of Flow
- Stop Procrastination
- Step out of your comfort zone
- Self-Esteem & Confidence Building
- Conquering Stage Fright
- Emotional Healing
- Better Focus
How Can Hypnotherapy Help Me
The list of things that hypnotherapy can help with is endless; from the common to the most rare and complex of issues. Below is just a small sampling of commonly treated issues.
- Smoking cessation
- Focus & concentration
- Stoping bad habits
- Starting & maintaining desired habits