Hypnosis is Recognized by
American Medical Association
Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
And many others
American Psychological Association
Frequently Asked Questions
Have an IQ of over 70
Are not under the influence of alcohol or drugs and have the desire for hypnosis to work – then it will!
Other people need the reinforcement of “booster” every now and then.
Sometimes excessive stress may cause some people to revert back to old habits, but that is rare.
As part of my services, I will provide you with tools to take home and practice on your own, to reinforce the work we do together.
Not needing to return after we complete the prescribed number of sessions for the issue(s) you identify is the best result we can have!
I’ll be able to provide a more specific answer to this question after your initial consultation. Compared with traditional therapies, hypnosis is extremely focused and brief.
The techniques and methods I use are for very specific areas which you, the client, have targeted for improvement.
Another quality of hypnosis is the ability to become absorbed, which takes you to a deeper level of awareness. On occasion, particularly if you are quite tired, you may drift in and out of a light sleep but your inner, subconscious mind continues to hear the message.
Andre M. Weitzenhoffer, Ph.D., a highly regarded authority in the field of mind science, writes: “As far as it is known today, hypnosis per se is no more dangerous than natural sleep. There is no evidence that hypnosis in itself weakens the will, damages the nervous system or in any way adversely affects the physical or mental well being of individuals.”
Dr. David Cheek, M.D., a noted authority writes: ” We can do more harm with ignorance of hypnotism than we could ever do by using hypnosis constructively.