Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis in a therapeutic context. Hypnotherapy goes past the conscious mind and taps into the emotional body - the inner child - the place in which we store issues that we have to deal with, but are not ready. To heal physically, one must heal the emotional apsect of the issue first or it will resurface in another way.

Please remember that not everyone is a candidate for hypnotherapy.

There is usual a goal for each patient such as overcoming the fear of something. In some cases the therapy is successful. Post hypnotic suggestions given create a desire to satisfy the suggested behavior. The person feels like doing what the hypnotist suggests, provided that what is suggested does not generate conflict with their belief systems.

When doing hypnosis it is necessary to use the brain�s natural ability to produce a deeply relaxed state.

Hypnosis occurs primarily in the alpha and theta states, but can occur during any of the brain wave patterns.

  • Beta - the fastest of the brain waves. It is the waking state

  • Alpha - the restful state with a sense of relaxation. Hypnosis induces this state.

  • Theta - this is a deep state of relaxation. Deep hypnosis occurs at this state.

  • Delta - this is the sleeping state.

    It is a deeper state of mental relaxation than meditation in which the person is aware of their surroundings.

    Hypnotherapy can be used to explore past/ parallel lives, during which time blockages created in other lifetimes can be viewed and released.

    As a certified hypnotherapist I have used this technique to help patients release phobias and blockages on all levels - physical - mental - and emotional.

    Desired changes may include:

  • Weight Management
  • Treating Anxiety and Panic Disorders
  • Overcoming Phobic Disorders
  • Cessation of Smoking
  • Improvement of Self-Esteem
  • Pain Management - after diagnosis from a physician
  • Improved Concentration
  • Reliving something from the patient's past that blocks them from moving on