What We Do

 

To the public the difference between hypnotherapy, meditation and mindfulness may be confusing. Although they all help the patient access their subconscious mind, meditation can be very challenging for the untrained mind and mindfulness is most effective once emotions have been cleared. The modality of hypnotherapy, however, combines all these elements:

 

  • accessing the subconscious mind;
  • easy to do even by the untrained mind
  • clears emotions.

 

There is also the confusion around the standardization of training. Hypnotherapists receive variable training ranging from a weekend training to a comprehensive, 400 hours of training—consumers beware! Our hypnotherapists are a select group who belong to the professional organization, The International Board of Hypnotherapy, which requires its members to have a minimum of 300 hours of training and adhere to a code of ethics.

 

Our hypnotherapists are trained specifically to help individuals and groups access and self-direct their creative problem solving mind power.  In a relaxed state of hypnosis, self-directed auditory suggestions and visualization imagery give the subconscious mind an achievable  “roadmap” for success. This quickens the desired positive outcome as one now act’s more in accordance with what they want to achieve. Motivation is internal and sustainable requiring less external force for the desired positive outcome.
 
Group sessions are highly effective for introductions to hypnosis and self hypnosis, whereas individual sessions are best for working on individual performance or health related issues.
 
Both group and individual sessions are 60-70 minutes in length.

Hypnotherapy Board Member