When you are suffering from an unexpected illness or overwhelmed with the challenges of life, Hypnosis, Guided Imagery and NLP are all-natural options for you. It offers relief, comfort, and control for many people. Our professional approach to Hypnosis includes a 15-minute complimentary consultation, 90-minutes for the first session and recordings of the hypnotic portion of every session. Clients also receive an informative PDF with notes from the session, information about their hypnotic suggestibility and follow-up suggestions to help reach optimal results.
You can be assured – I have a commitment to excellence when it comes to the level of care provided.
PTSD & Hypnosis
Hypnosis for Insomnia and Deep Sleep
Hypnosis for Pregnancy, Labor and Birth
My approach for working with clients that are experiencing PTSD includes Hypnosis in a restorative and therapeutic environment, Guided Imagery, and Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) along with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Yoga Nidra, Breathwork, and Desensitization.
Over time, clients begin to experience a different range of feelings, improve their sleep, develop resilience and stronger coping skills that will allow them to move forward in life without having to return to the state of mind or the state of reaction that has held onto them for so long.
Insomnia affects more than 3 million people a year. For some people it comes in the form of not being able to fall asleep, for some, it can be waking in the middle of the night and not being able to fall back to sleep. After an extended period of time, experiencing insomnia and other sleep challenges, people can begin to experience Daytime Sleepiness, inability to concentrate, slowness in activity or response time, irritability, depression, headaches and even weight gain as hormones and digestion are affected.
With Hypnosis and Imagery, the expectant mother can come to find relief from anxiety, gain a sense of control and step into Motherhood with confidence.
The potential for fear and doubt can be eliminated, bringing forward a more confident and calm approach to labor and birth.
Women who have used Hypnosis for Labor and Childbirth have found less of a need to use pain medication during or after birth.
Recovery time can also be reduced and the Mother can begin bonding with her child sooner.
Relaxation lowers stress hormones and helps facilitate contractions.
Hypnosis for Anxiety,
When someone is ready to quit smoking, the transition from being a smoker to becoming a non-smoker can be a challenging one.
Removing the cigarette from life is more than just taking the cigarette out of the daily habit. I work with clients to get to the root cause of why the habit was taken on to begin with, desensitize the associations and help with any other habits that may try to come up to replace the cigarette.
Since everyone's "smoking story" and relationship to the cigarette is different, I offer personalized and specialized smoking cessation programs that include recordings for reinforcement.
The most important factor in a successful program is the clients sincere desire to quit.
Anxiety and hypnosis are the same, except for one characteristic: hypnosis is a pleasurable state within a controlled environment, whereas anxiety is a worried, fearful state within an uncontrolled environment.
When over-activity of the senses takes place, causing extreme receptiveness, the hypnotized subject is guided with positives, while the anxious person is guided by his own negativity.
In sessions, clients learn how to recognize their signs of anxiety and stop the cycles before they become an "attack".
Hypnosis offers a natural solution to Anxiety.
Using hypnosis for weight management can be a very effective tool in helping clients reach their goals.
I work with nutritionists, registered dietitians, functional medicine doctors and physicians to ensure clients are following healthy guidelines for optimal results.
Hypnosis is used to help clients increase their motivation and stick to their determination. It can be used to control cravings, change eating habits, release negative emotions that may be associated with food and eating, increase the desire to eat healthier and controlling the appetite.
Along with dietary changes and shifts in perspectives, we can work to increase motivation for physical activity, create a form of self-care and work to improve the self-image from deep within.