About Hypnotherapy

“Most clinicians now agree it can be a powerful, effective therapeutic technique for a wide range of conditions, including pain, anxiety and mood disorders. Hypnosis can also help people change their habits” American Psychological Association

Set your own goals

Be your own trusted advisor

Is there a goal you’ve had on the back burner for some time or is it simply a sense that you desire a change?

“Be your own trusted advisor” even when we recognize a desire for change, it rarely receives the attention it deserves. So what holds us back, what is it that recognizes that desire and then continually ignores it.

Being your own trusted advisor is much more than a quote, it is a blueprint for action.


Do it on your own time

One hour can literally change the direction of your life

Life can be very busy, working towards your goal can become a balancing act. Our sessions are designed to break down those obstacles. Each session takes an hour or less, there is no need to make arrangements, change plans or stress over keeping a commitment. Whether you have a lot of time on your hands or very little, you choose the hour and place to begin your journey.


Change your life

If you have an hour - you have the opportunity

Some things seem too big to tackle, too emotional to address and too uncertain to reach for. Our programs were created to move you through the indecision and towards action!

Commonly Asked Questions

Hypnosis is a sleep-like state in which you have heightened focus and concentration.  The process of “becoming hypnotized” requires the listener to intently focus on the words and the directions being given. While in a state of hypnosis a person will feel mentally very calm and physically very comfortable.


Hypnotherapy;  Hypno (Greek work for sleep) Therapy (way to remedy a problem). Therapy for muscles cramps might be a warm cloth, sunshine and fresh air are said to be a therapy for many things.

Hypnotherapy is a remedy used while a person is in a state of hypnosis. So what does that mean?  We’ve already covered that while in the state of hypnosis a person is much more likely to accept change and new ways of doing things.


The subconscious or unconscious mind serves a primary purpose; keeping us alive and balanced. It is also where memories, experiences, and emotions reside.

When in agreement to make changes, your subconscious mind is willing to accept and incorporate a new way of doing things.

Instilling positive self-thoughts and affirmations is one way of bringing your subconscious in agreement with your goals. Using the unique abilities of your subconscious is another. This part of your mind stores a lifetime of memories, behaviors, and habits. Your subconscious mind relies on these to determine, among other things, what has worked in the past. In other words, a person may still be responding as they did when they were at a much younger age.

Let us give you an example of a real client, who not only feared storms but found himself paralyzed from that fear. When he was able to examine his experiences and memories as a child, he gained an understanding of the “how and why” this extreme fear of storms developed. Reexamining it as an adult, with knowledge and life experience; he was able to accept that the old coping skills were no longer needed. Releasing his earlier experience allowed him to experience storms without the old trauma.

No, you will never lose control while hypnotized.  Even though it is considered a sleep-like state, a person is actually in a state of heightened awareness. If a suggestion were to given that was outside of persons; moral, religious or personal belief system, they would ignore it and probably interrupt the hypnosis. For hypnotherapy to be successful, a person must be in complete agreement with the suggestions they are hearing, agreement with the change they are making.

A great example, one that we have heard many times;  ” my wife wants me to quit smoking, can you make me quit” the answer to that question is NO!  A person must agree with the suggestions, for change to occur.


The Mayo Clinic
“Hypnosis can be used to help you gain control over undesired behaviors or to help you cope better with anxiety or pain. It's important to know that although you're more open to suggestion during hypnosis, you don't lose control over your behavior.”
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Psychology Today
“[Hypnosis] is a technique for putting someone (or yourself) into a state of concentration where you are more suggestible and thus more open to messages about breaking bad habits or changing in other positive ways.”
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