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A lot of people have a very distorted view of hypnotherapy. They think that is just like what we see in the movies. That you stare at something (a pocket watch or a pendulum) and some words are said and then … BOOM! Unconscious! And then a bunch of stuff happens that you don’t know about, and then suddenly you’re awake and you have no idea what happened.

Nothing could be further from the truth. You are actually in and out of hypnosis all day long. Any time you’re driving down the freeway and you miss your exit… that is hypnosis. When you get to your destination and wonder how you got there, that is hypnosis. When you are watching a movie and you laugh, cry or get scared… that is all a state of hypnosis. When you meditate, zone out, daydream or are really focused (“in the zone”) you are in a state of hypnosis. As you can see, it is a very natural state. It is a state of heightened focus, not sleep. You are always awake, you always have control, and no one can ever make you do or say anything you wouldn’t want to. All that other stuff? Just made up. It’s designed to entertain you, and I’m sure it does but it doesn’t have anything to do with what happen in a real hypnotherapy office.

Hypnotherapy can be used to help people with many physical and emotional challenges, including, but not limited to:

– Fears (yes all fears!)

– Phobias

– Weight Loss

– Anxiety

– Stress reduction

– Smoking cessation 

– Pain reduction

– Pre- & Post-surgery

– Childbirth

– Low self-worth

– Low self-esteem

– Increasing self-care

– Increasing confidence

– Increasing motivation

– Overcoming procrastination

And MUCH more!