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What Is Hypnosis?

According to the American Psychlogical Association, hypnosis is a cooperative interaction where the patient responds by suggestions given from the hypnotist. It is clinically proven to provide medical and therapeutic benefits especially for reduction of pain and anxiety.

It can be used as a deep healing tool that allows the conscious mind to recede and the subconscious mind in control. What that accomplishes, is a mental shift allowing the client to recieve positive suggestions for a therapeutic transformation. It is the safest means to cure types of mental distress in the shortest possible time and allowing for an extremely effective way to create positive changes.


Many people have been in a hypnotic state such as watching a movie or day dreaming. A person in a hypnosis session is not asleep and can hear what the practitioner is saying, answer questions and conscious of their movements. A hypnotized person is deeply relaxed and aware what is taking place and in some cases can think more clearly.

Hypnosis is aboslutely safe. Clients feel very relaxed as well as alert and more aware. The client maintains full control of their thoughts and action throughout the session

Specific Diagnosis & Treatments

This is not an exhaustive list, but is designed to give you an idea of the range of conditions that can be helped by hypnotherapy.

Weight Loss
Sports / Work Performance
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Smoking Cessation
Stress / Anxieties
MS (Multiple Sclerosis)
Anger Management
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Pain Control
Panic Attacks
Childbirth ('Hypnobirthing')
Confidence/Motivation/Self Esteem
Phobias (fear of flying, spiders, etc)
Drug Addictions
Eating Disorders
Sexual Problems

Hypnotherapy is widely used for all psychosomatic disorders. (i.e. those mental and emotional states which actually produce physical symptoms)

In a nutshell, hypnotherapy can generally help with any problem you're finding hard to handle on your own thoughts and actions you'd like to banish or acquire, or emotional suffering that is too overwhelming or has gone on too long. Some physical problems can also be treated effectively by hypnotherapy.


If you suffer from epilepsy, schizophrenia or clinical depression, you should consult your doctor before receiving hypnosis.

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