CLINICAL HYPNOSIS


 

“It is seldom realized what a wide and varied field can be covered by the use of hypnosis… It is just an additional weapon in the struggle against illness and must take its proper place beside other well-established therapeutic measures.”                                            John Hartland, MD

 

 

Hypnosis is a state of intensified attention and responsiveness to ideas or suggestions of your own choosing. The suggestions bypass your conscious critical judgment and become a part of your subconscious, the part of the mind motivating thoughts, feelings, and behavior.

Hypnosis is an effective method for changing a variety of unwanted habits, emotions, and physical ailments.  The range of its application is broad, however it is especially effective in treating dermatological disorders, bronchial asthma, pain (back pain, cancer pain, dental anesthesia, childbirth, headaches and migraines,) nausea and vomiting, smoking cessation, weight control, and sleep disorders.

It can also be used to uncover repressed experiences, improve memory and concentration, and enhance your ability for peak performance.    

Up to 95% of the population can be hypnotized to some degree.  A test is used to determine your hypnotic susceptibility before initiating treatment.