Hypnosis as a solution
Hypnosis has been used to address a wide array of debilitating problems for hundreds of years. In fact, hypnosis was used as far back as 1829 to induce anaesthesia in a patient during surgery.
The approach saw a surge in popularity following World War I and again following World War II as therapists used hypnotherapy to treat veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Over the years, this powerful method has also been used to cure people of:
Hypnosis has also been relied on for conducting important scientific studies, like those published by Stanford, Harvard, Oxford, and other well-respected institutions.
As Harvard Medical School Professor and Ph.D. Deirdre Barrett said in Psychology Today:
“Whether you use it to relieve stress, stop a headache or get over a bad habit, hypnosis is a tool for better health that practically everyone can use--some to dramatic effect.”
Conscious Solutions Can’t Solve Unconscious Problems
The mind is an incredibly powerful instrument.
More than anything else, it determines what level of satisfaction you experience in life.
As you probably know, there’s your conscious mind and your unconscious mind. While everyone is well-aware of their conscious thoughts (e.g. “I’m hungry. What should I have for lunch”), most aren’t remotely aware what goes on behind the scenes in their unconscious mind.
Unfortunately, this is why so many of those aforementioned problems exist.
For example, consciously, you probably know it’s not a good idea to lose your temper. You probably have countless references from your past that prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that no good comes from losing control and letting anger take over.
And yet it keeps happening.
Similarly, no one wants to be depressed. No one wants their lives to be ruled by PTSD or to fear that a panic attack may suddenly overwhelm them.
Yet, conventional approaches to overcoming these terrible conditions only deal with the conscious mind. You’re expected to rid yourself of depression by talking about it or to use your thoughts to combat terrible memories when they bubble up out of nowhere.
How Hypnotherapy Works
Hypnosis is a key I use to open the door to my patients’ unconscious minds.
Once that door is open, I can address the deep-seated root causes that are behind their most destructive problems.
Unlike traditional therapy, my patients often feel much better after just a single visit. Part of this is simply because I don’t need them to relive the symptoms in order to uproot them. For example, I don’t need someone with PTSD to go through the experience that caused it – much less on a regular basis.
Instead, with their consent (you’re never unconscious during hypnotherapy), I can visit their unconscious mind and undo the wiring behind the disorder.
Best of all, the simplicity of my hypnotherapy services doesn’t hurt their effectiveness one bit. When Dr. Alfred A. Barrios did a survey of psychological literature, he found that:
Psychoanalysis had a 38% recovery rate after 600 sessions
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has a 72% recovery rate after 22 sessions
Hypnotherapy had a 93% recovery rate after just 6 sessions
Do Not Give Up on Inner Peace and an Incredible Life
As someone who was once crushed by regular bouts of anxiety and depression, I know how it feels to feel like you’re not in control of your life. I also know how it feels when one solution after the next falls short.
That’s why I am so excited to offer my proven skills as a hypnotist. If nothing else has brought you inner peace, a sense of possibility, and hope for the future, please do not give up.
Contact me today and take the first step to getting your life back.
All sessions are recorded for health and safety