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Hypnosis is an efficient, effective tool available to anyone looking to achievegood habits, maintain mental balance, and connect with their highest self...

Hypnotherapy is a holistic approach to mental wellness and healing. It clears unwanted habits and self-defeating feelings by guiding your mind to release blocks, abandon unhealthy neural pathways, and create new neural pathways in the brain. 

The hypnotherapist coaches the subconscious mind to reconnect with old positive feelings, outlooks or habits that have been lost due to life changes or trauma, and to forge new positive feelings and habits.  It is a powerful tool that can bring your mind back into balance and align us with your best self.  When your mind and your body are in alignment, you are grounded and happy.  

A great thing about hypnotherapy is that you don’t need to know much about it or even believe in it for hypnotherapy to work.  You do however need to be open to the hypnotherapy process.  This is because you are always in control of your mind, so if you are not open to the process, the changes cannot not take hold.  In other words, the hypnotherapist does not make changes for you, she/he simply guides your mind to a place where you can make the changes that you choose.  Results can show up dramatically after one session or over time. 

My professional approach includes Traditional Hypnotherapy which helps your conscious mind and body relax so that your subconscious mind can take in positive suggestions that you choose for your life.  In conjunction, I offer Rapid Transformational Therapy, also know as RTT.  RTT combines hypnotherapy with NLP, Psychotherapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to produce breakthroughs in 1-3 sessions.  RTT is a unique therapy method developed over 30 years by London therapist Marisa Peer, voted UK's Best Therapist.



Dr. Weil

What distinguishes hypnotherapy is that it involves a deliberate choice to enter this state of consciousness for a goal beyond relaxation: to focus concentration and use suggestion to promote health and healing. Individuals can not only experience hypnosis from a licensed practitioner, they can also become comfortable practicing and eventually mastering the techniques themselves. While the practitioner serves as a teacher or guide, the only person who can hypnotize you is you, since trance is a latent potential of your own mind. Therefore, all hypnosis is really self-hypnosis.

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Mayo Clinic

Hypnosis can be used to help you gain control over undesired behaviors or to help you cope better with anxiety or pain. It's important to know that although you're more open to suggestion during hypnosis, you don't lose control over your behavior.


American Psychological Association

Although hypnosis has been controversial, most clinicians now agree it can be a powerful, effective therapeutic technique for a wide range of conditions, including pain, anxiety and mood disorders. Hypnosis can also help people change their habits, such as quitting smoking.


Recent publications have encouraged clinicians and the public to “look beyond the media portrayal” of hypnotherapy, encouraging therapists to educate and clarify for their patients what hypnotherapy is and isn’t.

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American Health Association

In 1958, the AMA answered the question “Does hypnotherapy work?” for medical professionals in the United States. The AMA’s published answer read, “hypnosis has a recognized place in the medical armamentarium and is a useful technique in the treatment of certain illnesses when employed by qualified medical and dental personnel.”  In 1961, the AMA began recommending that medical students and doctors complete 144 hours of hypnotherapy training. 

Comparative Study by American Health Magazine 

February 2007

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38% recovery after

600 sessions


Behavior Therapy

72% recovery after

22 sessions

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93% recovery after

6 sessions

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