Hypnosis FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Hypnosis Questions

1. Why Hypnosis?

Clinical research
into successful therapies that incorporate Clinical Hypnotherapy have demonstrated for decades that HYPNOSIS is very effective and promising intervention in the treatment of a number of medical, psychological and behavioral health issues.

2. What is Hypnosis?

HYPNOSIS is a natural and normal state of deeply relaxed focus. At this level of relaxed awareness, your Conscious Mind can communicate more effectively (images, suggestions, mental rehearsal) with your Sub-Conscious Mind.

3. How important is the Sub-Conscious Mind?

Your Sub-Conscious Mind is the driving force in your life and before any Conscious decision can become the desired change, there must be acceptance of that idea at the Sub-Conscious level… willpower alone cannot effectively override existing belief systems, self-image and/or behavioral habits.

4. Who is in control of this experience?

All hypnosis is both voluntary and self-induced. The hypnotherapist simply operates as a tour guide or facilitator, leading your attention to reaching your desired health/behavioral goals. Rather than losing control (popular misconception) you are actually gaining deep levels of Sub-Conscious motivation/control that can and will help you to reach your goals… quicker, easier and with lasting results. And…yes, you will wake up.

5. How Hypnosis is used?

Hypnosis is currently successfully applied in Medicine, Dentistry, Psychology and Education to assist healing, for staying healthy and to reach personal, professional and behavioral goals. More information >>

6. Can I be Hypnotized?

In a word…Yes! Please remember…all HYPNOSIS IS “SELF-HYPNOSIS, all SELF-HYPNOSIS is voluntary and consists of skills, (relaxation, visualization, affirmation, mental rehearsal) that can be learned by anyone who wants to.

7. Can Hypnotherapy help me lose weight?

Yes!  Healthy weight loss starts in your head! Harness the power of your Sub-Conscious Mind to make your weight loss natural and easier.

8. How do I receive a complimentary evaluation to get more information?