During your first visit, you will be asked about your medical history and any concerns and conditions that you would like to clear through hypnotherapy. Your goals, interests and needs will be discussed.

You will learn what hypnosis is and how it works, so that you will have an understanding and be comfortable about it.

ou will then be directed through relaxation techniques to change the behaviors and alleviate the symptoms by using mental imagery and intended suggestions. For example, someone suffering from panic attacks may be given the suggestion that, in the future, they will be able to relax at will.

Each session also includes training in Self-Hypnosis in order to continue the benefits in the comfort of your own home. All clients are instructed and coached in the proper use of self-hypnosis so that they will have a tool that they can use for the rest of their life. The total process is a gentle, relaxing experience that leaves you feeling energized, refreshed and comfortable with your new goals.

Hypnosis can help you change unwanted habits: smoking, overeating, interrupted sleep patterns, nail biting, and more.

It can also help you to build new patterns or habits: successful public speaking, confidence, regular exercise, eating pattern and weight loss, de-stress techniques, study habits, focusing, technique enhancements for playing sports or music.

Hypnosis can also alleviate: shyness, pain, guilt, anger, anxiety, phobias and fears.

*Results may vary based on a variety of factors.

The first session is 1.5 hours; subsequent hypnosis sessions are 60 minutes but may vary in length. It may be shorter if the goal for the session is accomplished or longer if issues emerge that need to be dealt with.

Sessions are usually held once a week.

The number of sessions required depends on the problem or issue for which the client is seeking help. Hypnotherapy can make rapid changes but there is a difference in the number of sessions required for nail biting versus decades of depression. It also depends on how long the client has had the issue or problem, their motivation to change, their ability to follow instructions and their responsiveness to hypnosis.

No. I’m good but I’m not God. Human behavior cannot be guaranteed. Results depend on the clients’ motivation to change and their ability to follow instructions.

You may start by setting up an initial free hypnotherapy consultation.

A 48 hours notice is required, otherwise the session is charged at the full session rate.

No. They are usually physically relaxed but in a heightened state of focused awareness.

Yes. As long as they have a goal they want to achieve. It is just relaxation after all! They must also be willing. No one can be hypnotized against his or her will.

No. There are a wide variety of states of relaxation, from light to very deep, and hypnotherapy works equally well in any of them.

No, in fact hypnotherapy can help you gain control of respiration, heartbeat, blood pressure etc. You remain in control the whole time and will only integrate those suggestions that you have chosen for yourself in the beginning of session, only suggestions that are useful and appropriate for you.

There is this big misunderstanding of what hypnotherapy (hypnosis) is. Because of stage hypnosis, which sometimes makes it look as if a person is unconscious (they aren’t), people sometimes think a hypnotic trance is unconsciousness, rather than simply relaxation.

No. I don’t tend to have conversations with clients when using hypnotherapy and, besides, in any event your conscious and good sense will always be present.

Yes absolutely. Although there may be some or many details that you won’t, in the same way that you don’t remember all the details of a film you watched.

No. You use your intelligence to assist in the process. (Or you use your determination to be determined to be relaxed).

Only good ones! You’ll feel relaxed and more in control.

No, hypnotherapy just creates a state of relaxation, either light or deep.

Yes, hypnotherapy can be used to help a wide range of conditions that some people may think are purely physical, including IBS, dizziness, migraines, physical twitching, teeth grinding, facial tics and many others.

No, we are re-educating your mind (not giving you a veneer!).

Patients suffering from schizophrenia, bipolar conditions, suicidal tendencies, senility, alcohol or drug psychosis, pathological personalities or manic depression are generally advised not to undergo hypnotherapy.

While hypnotherapy is useful in alleviating mild cases of depression, it is contra-indicated for manic depression and bipolar conditions. It is also contraindicated in some cases of epilepsy.

Because we are concerned about your health and well being, please let us know if any of the following applies to you before you come for hypnotherapy treatments:

Epilepsy, Dissociative Disorders (MPD), Recent Heart Surgery.

No, not really, but if you’re worried about being tired and falling asleep (because you will feel wonderfully relaxed) different inductions can be found to keep that from happening. So you’ll be relaxed but alert.

It’s very successful for weight loss, if you are serious and dedicated. You will still enjoy the foods you want to. However the amount of food consumed will be reduced and through hypnosis the appetite is satisfied and the inclination towards a healthy foods is intensified, essentially making the weight melt off.

You might to start with, but that weight will come off in the second or third week of your non-smoking program.

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