Did you know hypnotherapy could be used for almost any problem treatable by psychotherapy and for many physical ailments as well?
Hypnotherapy has received a lot of press lately as a very effective tool for changing personal issues and symptoms. Even medical doctors refer to hypnotherapists today. The National Institutes of Health and the American Medical Association have endorsed hypnotherapy as an effective alternative therapy. Medical uses include addressing problems associated with illnesses, pain management and developing the relaxation response. Hypnotherapy has a strong referral base of physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric social workers, and other professionals who have witnessed the results of modern hypnotherapy.
Professionally trained therapists can use this specialty to help you resolve the same issues you’d take to conventional therapy usually in far less time and with results that can last a lifetime. This is because the underlining premise of Clinical Hypnotherapy is to help you, the client, empower yourself to change by using the resources you’ve already got—unconsciously, that is! Through “contracting” and “dialoguing with the unconscious mind,” new learning is developed to create lasting success. Hypnotherapy today is nothing like the fanciful hypnosis of the movies. We use no spinning disks or mesmerizing pendulums. You have a private therapist—no headphones with mass-produced inductions. All your therapy will be individualized for you, specifically. We teach you how to use the trance state to transform problems into solutions.
Remember, we can also work with your physician to assist in pain reduction and stimulate the overall healing process.
Here is just a sampling of the areas treatable through hypnotherapy:
- habit alteration
- panic disorder
- low self-esteem
- repressed feelings
- posttraumatic stress disorder
- attention deficit disorder
- performance anxiety
- memory loss
- learning disorders
- specific learning disabilities and their effects