What is Hypnosis?
Many think of hypnosis as a form of control. This is not the case. The process is far more graceful and interesting than this. Hypnotherapy is a fascinating process of communication and cooperation. It can be playful and amusing, as evidenced by the popularity of stage shows. It can also be breathtaking to witness the therapeutic applications of hypnotherapy and EFT.
We regularly help people who have wrestled with fear for decades find balance.
Hypnotherapy, EFT and Psych-k
Hypnotherapy, EFT and Psych-k, used skillfully, actually broaden control within an individual. They are processes of information and emotion. When the mind is offered useful information, in the correct way, it opens the doors of creative opportunity.
PAIN - Since the 1850’s hypnosis has been used to create complete anesthesia. The mind is capable of blocking pain sufficiently to allow complex surgical procedures, including amputations. This capability offers many useful opportunities to improve the control of many forms of pain.
HOT FLASHES - Recently hypnosis has proven valuable in helping women reduce or eliminate hot flashes caused by menopause or cancer treatment.
Hypnotism, Safe, Enjoyable, Effective
Professional hypnotherapy is a very safe, enjoyable and comfortable process. It mobilizes internal resources for change and growth. These natural skills are simply an undeveloped part of our social and individual evolution. EFT is a technique that is very useful in managing stress, fear and anxiety in addition to many other emotional reactions. These tools use the imagination and the ability of the mind to create and liberate in many different ways.
This web site offers information about some of the ways that we use these tools to work with different challenging conditions. Please call with any questions you have and visit the news stories page for interesting examples of the work we are doing.
Professional hypnotherapy is a very safe, enjoyable and comfortable process.
It mobilizes internal resources for change and growth. These natural skills are simply an undeveloped part of our social and individual evolution.