HYPNOTHERAPY

Hypnotherapy is a form of complementary therapy that utilizes the power of positive suggestion to bring about subconscious change to our thoughts, feelings and behaviors. The process itself aims to alter our state of consciousness in a way that relaxes the conscious part of the mind while simultaneously stimulating and focussing the subconscious part. This heightened state of awareness – reached using skilled relaxation techniques – allows the therapist to then make appropriate suggestions.

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Hypnotherapy Package

$ $600

Per Package
  • Four Sessions
  • Free 15 min Phone Consultation
  • In Office Session
  • One 2-hour session and three 60 min Sessions
  • Expires one year from date of purchase
  • Sessions can be gifted to others
  • for best results, sessions to be scheduled 1-2 weeks apart
  • $95 savings
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Past Life Regression & ReikiMOST POPULAR

$ $350

Per Session
  • Free 15 min Phone Consultation
  • In Office Session
  • 3-3.5 hour Session
  • 15 min of Reiki
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Hypnotherapy + Life Coaching

$ $200

Per Session
  • Initial Session
  • Free 15 min Phone Consultation
  • In Office Session
  • 1.5 – 2 Hours
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Hypnotherapy

$ $165

Per Session
  • Follow Up Sessions
  • Free 15 min Phone Consultation
  • In Office Session
  • 60 min Session
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Hypnotherapy FAQ’s

Britt uses hypnotherapy to help her clients with:

  • Healing
  • 
Chronic Pain Relief
  • Stress Relief
  • 
Overcoming Anxiety, Fears & Phobias
  • Improve Self Confidence
  • 
Sports Performance Enhancement
  • Weight Loss
  • Improve Public Speaking
  • Regression
  • Past Life Regression
  • *Multiple sessions are highly encouraged for best results.

What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is the relaxed state of consciousness between waking and sleep. It’s a natural state that we go into and out of several times during the day. When we find we’ve read our book for a couple of hours though it feels like only a half hour or so – when we do not recall the last several blocks we’ve driven in the car – when, before sleep, something crucial occurs to us, in that waking dream state – that is the hypnotic or hypnogogic state. In hypnotherapy, we access this state therapeutically for the purpose of change. When the mind relaxes, it is open to allowing positive change.

What happens in hypnotherapy?

Very simply, the subject is invited into the very pleasant, daydream-like, hypnotic state, and then may be given purposefully phrased suggestions to assist them in making the desired change. If the suggestions propose the true wishes of the subject, the subject will be able to use them to make desired change. If the suggestions do not propose changes desired by the subject, change will not occur. If the suggestions are absurd enough, the subject will bring himself or herself out of hypnosis.

What are the benefits of hypnosis/hypnotherapy?

The subconscious mind has been called ‘the other 90% of the mind.’ It’s the seat of emotions and dreaming, the dynamo of our energy, the control room that directs all our autonomic bodily functions, the super computer of our life that catches, catalogues and stores every bit of information and all events we experience all life long. The amount of information it manages is so vast that it has fairly simple and mostly quite efficient methods. One characteristic of the subconscious mind is that it normally will reject any incoming data that disagrees with what it already knows. Since it has such a large task, sorting all incoming information, it makes sense that it would not automatically update constantly. But when we relax into the hypnotic state, the ‘critical factor’ or the filter through which all is sifted, is also relaxed, and may allow us to reassess stored information and make changes – to update the system.

What about stage hypnotism?

For the purpose of entertainment, some people enjoy stage hypnosis. Some of the people who take part in a stage hypnosis demonstration are those who wish to have some fun by performing for a group. Sometimes, people enjoy this who do not feel able to act out unless they have the phrasing of ‘hypnosis’ or perhaps even ‘cocktails’ in order to lose their inhibitions and have a bit of fun. The first thing a stage hypnotist does is to test potential subjects, to eliminate those who will not allow themselves to go into hypnosis in this setting. If the stage hypnotist invited people up on stage, then helped them all be happier and feel better, they’d probably not get another entertainment booking. So instead, they invite their subjects to cluck like chickens, or some other wacky and fun thing.

Will I be unconscious while in hypnosis?

No, while in the hypnotic state we are actually hyper-aware of what is going on around us. Hypnosis is more a state of intensely focused awareness.

Who can be hypnotized?

Let’s start with who cannot be hypnotized – People who have certain types or degrees of brain damage, may not be hypnotizable, also people who are psychotic, those on heavy drugs or alcohol, people with extremely low IQs, and as far as we know, the only other people who cannot be hypnotized are those who do not want to be hypnotized. People who do not fit into those categories are those who can normally enter the hypnotic state.

Is hypnosis mind control?

All hypnosis is understood to be self-hypnosis, so you cannot be hypnotized unless you wish to be. If a person does not want to do a thing, they cannot be made to do it while in hypnosis. If a person fundamentally does not agree with something, they cannot be made to agree with it in hypnosis. Conversely, if one does want to do a thing, such as stop smoking, hypnosis makes it easy and possible.

Is hypnosis against my religion?

Hypnosis has nothing to do with magic, metaphysics or religion. It is merely the most graceful, powerful and effective tool for accessing our vast internal capability, in order to easily make the positive changes we want.

Can a person get stuck in hypnosis?

If a person were in a state of hypnosis, and something happened so that the hypnotherapist was not there anymore, the person would just open their eyes in a little while. Otherwise, they would perhaps drift off into a refreshing nap, to awaken at a time that felt natural to them. You cannot get stuck in hypnosis.

Other Notes:

Hypnosis as a healing modality has existed for thousands of years, but has only been recognized as a healing adjunct by the American Medical Association since 1958. Hypnosis is an enjoyable state that may leave the subject feeling relaxed and refreshed, as well as to help them create the desired positive change. The mind enjoys the state of hypnosis, so with each experience, the subject gets better and better at going into the appropriate level of hypnosis for the moment. The subconscious mind has one purpose – to care for the individual – and it will only allow the ideal level of hypnosis for each experience. It does not matter whether the state of hypnosis is a very light, daydreaming feeling or a deeper state – the subconscious mind will only take in and use beneficial suggestions and will leave the rest. There is a huge volume of information about hypnosis and hypnotherapy on the Internet, so we invite you to take an afternoon and do a bit of research. As with any other healing modality, it is important to do a bit of research and to trust your intuition when selecting a hypnotherapist. Enjoy your hypnotic adventures!

Read more about past life regression via Dr. Oz:
http://www.oprah.com/health/Does-Past-Life-Regression-Work

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