Hypnotherapy uses guided imagery and breathing to help a client move into a state of internally focused deep relaxation similar to mediation, where the subconscious mind is accessible.
In this deeply relaxed and suggestible state a person can be supported into expanded awareness and new ways of thinking that bring about sought after physical, behavioral, emotional, and spiritual outcomes.
Hypnotherapy helps a person access the power of their mind and imagination in order to create more of their desired life. The simple statement, Change your mind, Change your life, perfectly describes the results possible with hypnotherapy.
Mind Body Wellness – Hypnosis and guided imagery have been proven to be profoundly effective in utilizing the power of the mind to work in collaboration with the body to bring about optimal well-being and rapid healing. The nervous, circulatory, digestive, reproductive and immune systems all respond extremely well to hypnosis and imagery. Remarkable results have been noted in myriad mind-body issues including chronic and terminal illnesses, childbirth, pain relief and control, migraines, allergies, dentistry, preparation for surgery and post-surgical recovery, fertility, insomnia, IBS, skin disorders, inflammatory conditions, and fractures.
Emotional Well-being – effective in relieving depression, anxiety, PTSD, and stress, as well as test and performance anxiety, fears, and phobias. Hypnotherapy can also aid in learning, memory retention, self esteem and confidence, grief and loss, and trauma resolution.
Behavioral Well-being – smoking cessation, problematic habit control, wholesome habit development, sports and performance enhancement, and accessing creativity.
Spiritual Expansion – accessing inner guidance and wisdom, deepened meditation, past live regressions, releasing resentments, and expanding tolerance, acceptance, centeredness and inner peace.
Children - Children benefit the most from hypnotherapy because of their high level of suggestibility, and can be helped with bedwetting, fears and anxieties, shyness and self confidence, habit control, and performance enhancement.