Hypnosis is a natural state of relaxation where you have focused attention and a heightened sense of awareness. In this powerful state, your intensified concentration and attention will allow your subconscious mind to get to the root of the problem quickly.
Healing a wide range of issues at a much quicker and deeper level than traditional talk therapy, hypnosis is highly effective in treating early trauma, abuse, phobias, addiction, unhealthy relationship patterns, emotional eating, and grief and loss. In fact, hypnosis and hypnotherapy have been endorsed and used by the medical community since 1958 to help patients decrease pain, create anesthesia, control epileptic seizures in children, overcome infertility, and manage or eliminate many other medical issues.
When hypnosis techniques are applied to the field of therapy and counseling, it is called hypnotherapy. By accessing the resources within the subconscious mind, clients can learn new, positive ways of thinking and eradicate problematic beliefs and behaviors.
Hypnosis allows the subconscious mind to utilize internal resources to promote natural healing and balance from within. Because of this, hypnosis can be used within the therapy process to help clients access the deeper, more vulnerable parts of themselves. This allows clients to discover the subconscious reasons for their symptoms, behaviors, or habits, which can be extremely empowering!