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HYPNOSIS

Dr. Victor Garlock, Connie Heagerty, Certified Hypnotherapists
All hypnosis is really a form of self-hypnosis. It is a tool that creates a relaxed state of awareness which slows our brain wave patterns down to bypass the conscious mind and directly access the power of the subconscious which governs our habits and behavioral patterns. This eliminates the struggle of relying solely on our willpower for behavioral change. Hypnosis can help overcome self-defeating limiting beliefs, negative self talk and memories of past failed attempts that can be sabotaging our efforts to change negative behavior patterns. Hypnosis can help erase past negative influences and establish positive belief patterns that can result in accelerated behavioral change. All that is required is an open mind, an imagination and a willingness to follow guided directions.
The client is fully aware during hypnosis which is often referred to as a state of hyperawareness. Hypnosis cannot make anyone do something they do not want to do or is totally contrary to your core belief system. The hypnosis client is in control at all times and can bring themselves out of hypnosis at any time during the process. The idea that people can be controlled with hypnosis is a misconception. A hypnotist is only a guide to help you achieve access to your subconscious mind and utilize its power to create changes in their life. Hypnosis is relaxing and fun. It isn't mind control.
History
Hypnosis can be traced back to the ancient Egyptians' "sleep temples" where priests were said to induce a sleep like state and then suggested cures. This suggestion to healing concept has been seen in various forms throughout history. Here in the United States, hypnosis gained approval of the AMA (American Medical Association) in 1958 as a viable therapeutic modality.
The word hypnosis was derived from the Greek word "hypnosis" which means sleep. This is misleading because while there may be some superficial similarities between hypnosis and sleep, hypnosis is not sleep.
Hypnosis Can Be a Useful Tool For:
Weight loss, stress reduction, smoking cessation, self-confidence, improving sports performance, improving study habits, better sleep and overcoming fears and phobias such as fear of flying. Hypnosis has even been used in place of sedation in dental procedures and anesthesia in surgeries.
Let hypnosis help you overcome obstacles to obtaining your goals...Naturally!
Fee:  $125.00 60m