Can anyone be Hypnotized?

Yes, if they want to.

Is Hypnotherapy Effective?

Hypnosis has a better success rate than any other type of therapy.

In 1970 a groundbreaking meta-analysis of hypnosis research studies was conducted by Alfred A. Barrios, clinical psychologist, which led to mainstream acceptance of hypnosis as an extremely effective form of therapy.

Barrios compared 1,018 studies and articles on hypnosis, 899 articles on psychoanalytic therapy and 355 on behavioral therapy. In particular he noted the overall lasting success rates of the different therapies.

He found that hypnotherapy had a 93% success rate after only 6 sessions compared to only a 72% success rate with behavioral therapy (after 22 sessions on average), and only 38% success rate with psychotherapy (after an average of 600 sessions).

This led him to conclude that for changing habits, thought patterns, and actual behavior, hypnosis was not only the most effective method, but it also required less time / sessions than any other type of therapy.

Does Hypnotherapy really work?

Yes. Clinical Hypnotherapy is science-backed and the sessions provide you with your custom practice. Our sessions together are designed and tailored to your specific needs that your subconscious mind reveals to us. I commit to showing up 100% for you in our sessions and if you commit to do the same and to do your accelerator work between sessions, I am very confident that not only will you reach your goal, you will make significant and lasting changes in your life that support you.

What does it feel like to be Hypnotized?

Hypnosis is a natural, yet altered state of mind with numerous beneficial characteristics such as feeling a deep sense of relaxation with heightened mental awareness. You never go “unconscious” in hypnosis. It is not any of the gimmicky portrayals you have likely seen on tv or read in books. It is not mind control, nor a truth serum. In fact, while in hypnosis, your conscious mind is always present and you never step outside of your moral compass or ethical boundaries. It is an experience of deep relaxation with the ability of selective thinking – the ability to focus your thoughts. Everyone’s experience is slightly different, some report feeling light as a feather, others feel heavy and grounded, most report feeling a beautiful relaxation of their bodies and minds.