About Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy uses a natural and normal thinking ability to extraordinarily focus and concentrate called hypnosis.   All hypnosis is self-hypnosis.  It is something each individual experiences from within his or her own mind and brain.

When a client hires a consulting hypnotist, this professional assists the client to achieve specific goals. Hypnosis is a familiar and natural state of consciousness.  Everyone regularly uses hypnosis to think and then believe ideas and then store them in memory.  Without the ability to hypnotize oneself, we would be unable to remember anything.

Almost anytime you express a strong emotion, you create a hypnotic mindset.  Examples of hypnotizing yourself include those moments just before falling asleep, while watching TV, driving from point A to point B in your car or while sitting entranced in front of the fireplace.

According to The Concise Columbia Encyclopedia: “Hypnosis is a state of consciousness characterized by focused concentration, similar to that experienced when daydreaming or concentrating and oblivious to distraction. It allows access to the highly suggestible subconscious mind by quieting the conscious mind.

“Research has shown electrical changes in the brain during hypnosis; the brain waves of a hypnotized person are usually different from those of a person in the normal waking state. Most people can be hypnotized, although the ability varies from person to person. Techniques vary but usually involve deep relaxation accompanied by the focusing of the mind.”

Hypnotherapy is a powerful and effective thinking process that uses therapeutic hypnosis to assist clients toward achieving their goals.

During a hypnotherapy session, the client remains in control. Hypnosis is safe and effective. The therapist guides the client to focus on ideas from his or her own mind.  Suggestions guide the client to connect with internal wisdom which then further guides you to receive new ideas to achieve your goals.

Hypnotherapy for Self Improvement
The following list suggests common, everyday examples of possible goals you can achieve using a professional hypnotherapist’s skilled training for your benefit.  A powerful and effective method on its own or as an adjunct to any program for self improvement, hypnotherapy has already helped thousands to:

Stop smoking
Natural weight management

Release Anger
Deeply relax
Reduce stress
Improve self confidence
Attain self-esteem

Reduce pain
Minimize childbirth pain

Improve/release IBS Symptoms
Raise performance levels
Increase motivation
Improve work habits
Improve study habits
Sleep better
Overcome fears, such as flying, driving, heights,
bridges, presentations, oral exams
Remove blockages
Improve relationships
Reduce Fibromyalgia Symptoms          ……..and more