Hypnosis Has Proven Effective for:
drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sex, eating, gambling disorders
Stress Related Illness
ulcers, TMJ, headaches, insomnia, IBS, chronic pain
Fears, Phobia, Anxiety Disorders
fear of intimacy, co-dependency
There are many benefits unique to the remarkable, therapeutic intervention of hypnotherapy. Perhaps most dramatic, is the clarity of the connection between the present and the past that becomes evident to the client in the course of a session. In an altered state of deep relaxation, access to the sub-conscious mind is possible, and feelings that have been dormant or disavowed can be revealed with stunning clarity. Once the repressed material is brought to awareness and integrated into the conscious mind, change comes quickly and dramatically.
Integrating Hypnosis and Therapy
Hypnosis in a therapeutic environment is not a parlor trick. The intention is to use the hypnotic trance to quickly access the unconscious mind and the emotional state of the client. With the therapist’s help, the client makes the connection between the feelings that are revealed and his or her present day behavior. By recognizing the connection, a change in behavior is possible.
Hypnosis is a skill that can be learned in and of itself. But it takes a professional therapist who understands the dynamics of human behavior to help the client make sense of what the experience reveals.
Hypnotherapy for treating weight problems and addictive behavior
Hypnotherapy can be especially effective in treating eating disorders and addictions to smoking, sex or gambling. Using hypnosis, the therapist can go beyond traditional “talk therapy” and focus on the component often missing from traditional treatment of compulsive behavior, getting to the emotional reasons behind the problem.
When clients get to the emotional core of their problem, they re-experience feelings from the past that ignited the problematic behavioral response. By reliving the event, they can change the emotional “script” and gain awareness of how to take control of unhealthy habits and replace them with new, healthy ones.
There are many uses for hypnotherapy
If you recognize that you are not fulfilling your full potential as a responsible adult, hypnotherapy can offer valuable benefits.
There is no reason to be stuck in old, destructive patterns of behavior. As the National Institutes of Health have chronicled and as thousands before you already have experienced, hypnosis can help eliminate compulsive behavior, reduce many chronic physical illnesses and relieve anxiety.