Clinical Hypnotherapy (Hypnosis)

Create a state of focus through the use of a hypnosis state

Hypnotherapy is a method of using hypnosis to interact with the subconscious mind, which can lead to a reflective process to create positive change in your life.

With hypnosis treatments you can modify your behavior and replace the old beliefs or behaviors that you no longer need or want with the ones you desire. By harnessing the power of your own subconscious mind, Hypnotherapy is often quick and effective in resolving personal issues and improving focus and performance.

Replace your limiting behaviors with attitudes and actions that promote growth and success.

Can help you with the following:
Did you know?
For centuries, some of the world’s greatest scientific theorists, politicians, celebrities and influencers have used hypnotherapy as the catalyst to their success. Here’s just a few you might be familiar with!

Albert Einstein

Underwent hypnosis to enhance his creative thinking

Martha Stewart

Underwent hypnosis for recurring nightmares

Barack Obama

Underwent hypnosis to stop smoking after 30 years

David Beckham

Underwent hypnosis to relieve his obsessive-compulsive disorder

Julia Roberts

Underwent hypnosis to stop stuttering

Orlando Bloom

Underwent hypnosis for weight loss

Princess Diana

Underwent hypnosis for public speaking and confidence

Tiger Woods

Underwent hypnosis for sports performance

Jackie Kennedy Onassis

Underwent hypnosis to relieve his obsessive-compulsive disorder

Reese Witherspoon

Underwent hypnosis to overcome her insecurities

Frequently Ask Questions about Hypnotherapy

In a hypnotic state, the body remains relaxed while the mind is completely alert, ready to receive positive suggestion. In this state, you would not do anything beyond your ethical or moral values. 

Hypnosis will only be undertaken if both the hypnotherapist and the client agree to the therapy.

Most people can be hypnotized. You cannot be hypnotized if you don’t want to be. Success depends on whether the person is willing and wanting to implement changes and is receptive to the idea of hypnosis. Please note: Persons with severe depression should NOT be hypnotized. Please contact me for alternative options.

No, this is therapy not Hypnosis for the stage. You cannot be made to do anything against your will or moral code. You are always in complete control.

Hypnosis is a heightened state of awareness and focus, not a state of amnesia. It is possible to experience some amnesia but that is only under special circumstances and it is not a common occurrence.

You are in control when under. Hypnosis will not work if you don't want to be hypnotized.

The responsiveness can vary from client to client however there are usually three types of change with Hypnotherapy. Immediate: You feel a shift right away in the first session. Immediate changes in your physiology, thoughts and behaviours right from the first session onwards, which continues over the 6 sessions and beyond. Incremental: You see consistent shifts every week plus over time, which accumulates as the sessions build upon each other too. Retroactive: There is a subtle shift, or you don’t necessarily recognise the shifts right away and then one day you look back and see all the things that are different in your life.

Effective August 1, 2020, Registered Clinical Hypnotherapists and Registered Clinical Counseling Hypnotherapy services are covered by most major insurance providers. Please contact your insurance provider for more information