What it is Hypnotherapy?

It is the use of hypnosis to treat a variety of emotional, physical and behavioral problems. Hypnosis uses guided relaxation and concentration techniques to:

1) facilitate self-discovery of events and issues affecting your beliefs, attitudes, and performance, and

2) incorporate helpful ideas and suggestions that are communicated directly to the subconscious part of the mind.

Since it’s the subconscious that drives our thoughts and actions, positive changes can be easily and readily made with the aid of hypnosis.

Does Hypnosis Really Work?

Yes! Hypnosis is as old as human history, and today it has become an almost indispensable
tool of medicine, psychotherapy, and self-development.

In 1958 the American Medical
Association approved the inclusion of hypnosis instruction in medical schools and
post-graduate curricula, but if you look back to early times, the Egyptians, Greeks
and others used hypnosis for both therapeutic and religious purposes.

The power of the mind is incredible. Your subconscious is the storehouse of every
thought and experience you've ever had. Hypnosis can help you achieve quick and
powerful results because it opens a door to your subconscious mind.

Helpful information
can be revealed and a shift in perception or understanding can be made.

Can Everyone Be Hypnotized?

People are naturally receptive to hypnosis, so virtually any person can be hypnotized
under proper conditions by an experienced hypnotist.

The most significant factor
in receptivity to hypnosis is the desire or motivation to make a change.

Many areas can be helped through hypnotherapy such as eating problems, fears, pain management self esteem, sports attainment, stress management, anxiety with such situations as test taking and exams, habits such as nail biting and addictions such as smoking.

Don’t know what’s troubling you?

Sometimes the cause of problems is pretty deeply buried. A therapist can use hypnosis to
help you unlock the door and find the underlying cause.

Combination of Directive and Non-Directive Hypnotherapy

I often use a combination of directive and non-directive hypnotherapy approaches.
That means that most individual sessions include a question-and-answer time with the
client in a state of hypnosis, followed by a period in which they receive helpful
and positive post-hypnotic suggestions. I also use EFT—Emotional Freedom Technique,
which is being widely used for post traumatic stress syndrome.

Famous Names and Hypnosis

Many famous people have used hypnosis to achieve great things. Here are just a few names you’ll recognize, each reportedly using hypnosis to create ideas or “things”, or to enhance their well being or performance:

Mozart while composing the opera “Cose fan tutte”
Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein and Henry Ford
Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud in the development of modern psychiatry.

Jackie Kennedy-Onassis to release herself from tragic life experiences, Kevin Costner to cure sea sickness during the filming of “Waterworld”.

Tiger Woods and Jimmy Connors to enhance athletic performance



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