What is Hypnotherapy
Updated: Nov 6
Hypnotherapy combines the relaxed state of hypnosis with therapeutic techniques to reach an individual’s goals. The main circumstances required for successful hypnotherapy are:
Motivated client (something to work on and an individual who wants to change)
A trained hypnotherapist (Certified Hypnotherapist or Master Hypnotist or a hypnotherapist certified through the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners (ACHE))
Reasonable expectations (I can help you feel like you’re efficiently flying through getting your work done. I can’t help you fly like superman.)
Because hypnotherapy works with the subconscious, the results are usually quicker and longer lasting than other therapeutic methods that focus on conscious behavior change. Because of this, I work on “projects” with my clients, and the hope is that they will feel like the work is done or the goal is accomplished by the end of the project. I find that most folks want to keep working because they are so excited about the positive changes they have made that they find more things they want to improve in their lives vs. other therapeutic models that may not have an end date/goal in mind.
Hypnotherapy can be applied in many different contexts to learn more read