Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis and hypnotherapy available to meet a wide variety of needs - physical, mental, emotional, spiritual. Hypnotherapy can be used as a stand alone intervention, or as a part of comprehensive counseling services. Contact me for a complimentary consultation to explore how these services might be beneficial to you and tailored to your specific needs.


About hypnosis & hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a powerful therapeutic modality that accesses of body, mind, emotion and spirit. This process uses hypnotic trance—the simple shifting back and forth between the conscious and subconscious mind, a natural process that occurs every day—in order to cultivate conscious, intentional growth and evolution. 


Hypnotic trance state is different from naturally occurring trance because the hypnotherapist is inducing the trance state, is able to hold the trance state much longer than most people can naturally, and control the trance state to uncover understanding and move towards healing. We can use this healing process to harness the tremendous power of the subconscious mind, the heart-center, the intuition, and spiritual healing. 


While hypnosis and hypnotherapy are in the same family, they are different. Hypnosis is comprised of induction of the trance state, and includes hypnotic suggestions to work on discrete behaviors.  Hypnotherapy induces hypnosis  and then begins the therapy process from this altered state of consciousness.  Hypnotherapy is a powerful way to access the true source of distress like depression, anxiety, and trauma, as well as to reconnect with dissociated emotions and disowned parts of ourselves. Hypnotherapy helps both therapists and client get closer to the true source, roots, and foundation of a client’s presenting issues by opening the doorway to the subconscious mind.


At each moment you choose the intentions

that will shape your experiences,

And those things upon which 

you will focus your attention. 

If you choose unconsciously, 

you evolve unconsciously. 

If you choose consciously, 

You evolve consciously.


-Gary Zukav, Seat of the Soul

What are the benefits of hypnotherapy?

The core difference between hypnotherapy and other methods is depth and speed. Using hypnotherapy techniques like deep relaxation, guided imagery, and the trance state, therapists are able to access the subconscious more quickly than traditional methods. Hypnotherapy has repeatedly and consistently helped patients with anxiety, depression, PTSD, over-eating, addictions, and countless other issues heal faster. Valuable healing work can begin as quickly as one or two sessions.

Hypnosis

Useful for symptom and behavioral control:

  • Smoking cessation​ 
  • Reducing cravings characteristic of addiction
  • Reducing nail-biting and other anxious behaviors
  • Promoting sleep quality for those with difficulty sleeping 
  • Pain management  strategies 
  • Stress management techniques

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Hypnotherapy 

Therapeutic treatment for: 

  • Negative, destructive thought patterns
  • Depression, single episode or recurrent 
  • Generalized Anxiety and Performance Anxiety
  • PTSD and Complex PTSD 
  • Emotional, physical, sexual abuse 
  • Codependency 
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Addiction Recovery
  • Eating disorders (constant dieting, overeating, binge eating, purging, food restricting)
  • Work-related trauma and shock in first responders and medical professionals
  • Lingering grief or complicated grief
  • Caregiver fatigue
  • Persistent relationship challenges
  • Insomnia 
  • Panic Attacks
  • Specific phobias 
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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Shamanic & Spiritual Healing 

  • Clearing deep emotional and spiritual wounds and blockages to allow spiritual healing, new conclusions, decisions and agreements

  • Age regression and inner child healing 

  • Womb and birth trauma regression 

  • Past-life regression and healing 

  • Soul retrieval 

  • Cutting intergenerational ties and healing generational wounds

  • Ancestral healing  

  • Terminal illness and end-of-life preparation for crossing over

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