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Hypnotherapy

Did you know that your subconscious mind makes up 90% of your total mind power? It’s even responsible for most of your automatic default behaviors. Hypnotherapy can help you make this part of your mind work for you rather than against you. It can be quite an effective way for you to change undesirable habits, overcome anxieties and fear, achieve personal goals, and manage or resolve a variety of issues that are far too many to list.

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is the practice of using therapeutic hypnosis in a safe and supportive environment to create lasting positive changes in the way you think, feel and behave. It is also known self-improvement behavioral modification. Research has shown that changes made at the subconscious level are more likely to stick than mere “positive thinking” at the conscious level. The goal of hypnotherapy is to bring your conscious intentions into greater alignment with your subconscious motivations, which can sometimes derail your progress out of an innate drive to keep you safe from uncharted territories as far as your primitive mind is concerned.

What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a natural, normal state you likely experience everyday. You experience it every time you watch a movie or get lost in a good book. You experience it when you daydream or get lost in your own thoughts. You may even experience it while you’re driving to work on autopilot when it’s your day off, or when you’re heading somewhere completely different. These are all naturally-occurring forms of hypnosis – the missing link between where you are now, and where you want to be. Are you using this natural phenomenon to your advantage or is it keeping you away from the life you want?

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144 Ways Hypnotherapy Can Help

Abandonment 
Addictions 
Age Regression 
Aggression 
Agoraphobia 
Anesthesia 
Anger 
Anxiety 
Assertiveness 
Assist Healing 
Attitude Adjustment 
Bedwetting 
Biofeedback 
Breathing 
Career Success 
Change Habits 
Childbirth 
Chronic Pain 
Communication 
Concentration 
Controlling 
Cramps 
Cravings 
Creativity 
Death or Loss 
Discouraged 
Dreams 
Exercise 
Fear of Animals 
Fear of Death 
Fear of Dentists 
Fear of Doctors 
Fear of Failure
Fear of Flying 
Fear of Heights
Fear of Loss of Control
Fear of Success 
Fear of Surgery 
Fear of Water 
Fears
Forgiveness 
Frustration 
Gagging 
Gambling 
Guilt 
Hair Twisting 
Headaches 
Helplessness
Hopelessness
Hostility 
Hypertension 
Hypochondria 
Immune System 
Impotency 
Improve Health 
Improve Sales 
Indecision 
Inferiority 
Inhibition 
Insecurity 
Insomnia 
Irrational Thoughts 
Irritability 
Jealousy 
Lack of Ambition 
Lack of Direction 
Lack of Enthusiasm 
Lack of Initiative 
Lower Blood Pressure 
Medication Side Effects
Memory 
Mistrust
Moodiness
Motivation 
Nail-Biting 
Nausea 
Negativity 
Nightmares 
Obsessions 
Obsessive-Compulsive 
Overeating 
Overly Critical 
Pain Management 
Panic Attacks 
Passive-Aggressive 
Past Life Regression 
Perfectionism 
Performance Anxiety 
Pessimism 
Phobias 
Postsurgical 
Premature Ejaculation 
Presurgical 
Problem Solving
Procrastination 
Public Speaking

Reach Goals 
Rejection 
Relationship Enhancement 
Relaxation
Resistance 
Resistance to Change 
Responsibility 
Restlessness 
Sadness 
Self-Awareness
Self-Blame 
Self-Confidence
Self-Control
Self-Criticism
Self-Defeating Behaviors
Self-Esteem 
Self-Expression 
Self-Forgiveness 
Self-Hypnosis
Self-Image 
Self-Mastery 
Sexual Problems 
Shame 
Skin Problems 
Sleep Disorders 
Smoking 
Social Phobia 
Sports 
Stage Fright 
Stress 
Stubbornness 
Study Habits 
Stuttering 
Substance Abuse
Superiority 
Surgical Recovery
Tardiness 
Temptation 
Tinnitus 
Test Anxiety 
Thumb Sucking 
Tics 
Trauma 
Ulcers 
Victimization 
Weight Loss 
Worry 
Writer’s Block
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How Effective is Hypnotherapy?

Research by American Health Magazine found that hypnotherapy has a higher rate of effectiveness in comparison to psychoanalysis and behavior therapy. Psychoanalysis yields a 38% effective recovery rate after 600 sessions. Behavior therapy yields a 72% effective recovery rate after 22 sessions. Hypnotherapy yields a 93% effective recovery rate after six sessions. Hypnotherapy is a cost-efficient solution that saves you time and money. What can hypnotherapy do for you? Schedule a phone consultation to get started.

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