Hypnotherapy

Triune Model of the Mind

  • The Conscious Mind (the tip of the iceberg)
  • The Subconscious Mind (the mind of the body)
  • The Superconscious Mind (the seat of the soul)

The Subconscious and Superconscious aspects of the mind comprise the vastly submerged characteristics of the iceberg.

“Like an iceberg, the biggest part of you-your soul-is hidden beneath the surface. It exerts its influence silently,yet it affects every single thing you do. It gives you your individuality, your personality, and your ability for abstract thought.”
– Ainslie MacLeod

Hypnotherapy is a way of communicating with the subconscious mind (by-passing the conscious mind) that has stored all experiences, positive or negative, in a trance or dream like state. One’s potential can then be maximized by amending and reframing maladaptive beliefs and behaviors in accordance with the client’s goals. Hypnotherapy produces the needed changes for success to assist in transforming one’s life.

Hypnotherapy is the Mind-Body medicine of the future.

The American Medical Association approved hypnosis for use in medicine and dentistry in 1958; however, it has only been in the last decade that hypnosis has steadily gained widespread acceptance and renewed respect within the medical community. Today, several prominent medical schools provide elective courses in hypnosis,” according to JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association. Consequently, Medical Hypnosis is becoming more and more accepted by clinicians, consumers, and even HMO’s (health maintenance organizations) for people with a variety of both acute and chronic diseases. Hypnosis has also been a powerful force transforming the world of psychotherapy for the past ten years.

The September 27, 2004 issue of Newsweek stated: “A growing body of research supports the ancient practice as an effective tool in the treatment of a variety of problems, from anxiety to chronic pain. Today, as practitioners work to assess and refine the clinical applications of hypnosis, they are also exploring its underlying mechanisms, using state-of-the-art imaging technology to document changes in the brain that occur when someone is in a hypnotic state. This increased understanding of how hypnosis works and what it does, makes it a legitimate option for patients [clients] as an adjunctive therapeutic tool.”

conscious health hypnotherapyAnother renown Mind-Body Wellness physician, Dr. Andrew Weil, states in his book, Self Healing Creating Natural Health for Your Body and Mind, “I have recommended hypnotherapy to help ease chronic pain, lessen the side effects of chemotherapy, alleviate symptoms of autoimmune disease, and counteract anxiety and sleep disorders. Hypnotherapy can also be used to improve performance skills, as a form of analgesia or sedation for medical and dental procedures–even to stop hemorrhaging in accident victims. In general, I believe that no condition is out of bounds for trying hypnotherapy on.”

Hypnotherapy can transform all areas of your life. Below are just a few of the most common examples of how hypnotherapy can help you:

  • Stop Smoking
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  • Weight Management
  • Accelerate Healing
  • Pain Management
  • Reduce Stress
  • Regression Therapy
  • Eliminate Fears and Phobias
  • Release Addiction, Anxiety and Depression
  • Improve sleep
  • Increase Memory & Learning
  • Increase Confidence and Self-Esteem
  • Eliminate Bad Habits and Blocks
  • Enhance Fertility
  • Improve Athletic Performance
  • Master Self-Hypnosis
  • Childbirth Hypnosis & Education
  • Preparation for Surgery; Pre and Post- op Recovery & Intra-operative support

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