Hypnotherapy as a Transformative Healing Modality
Hypnotherapy has emerged as a dynamic and vital therapeutic modality embracing many disciplines with traditional and non-traditional practitioners. Regression Therapy is client-centered with its focus on the discovery of the origin of a client’s issues. And through the process of regression, the unconscious mind goes to the original cause, which then gives the client and therapist the opportunity to process the original feelings surrounding the original experience/cause.
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How Can Hypnotherapy Help?
Deep Healing Hypnosis along with regression timeline therapy has been proven to assist clients to discover and release the causes of emotional, behavioral and psychosomatic issues. Competently facilitated Deep Healing Hypnosis assists clients to resolve minor or major fears, anxieties, stress, depression, PTSD, ADD, ADHD, OCD, Bi-polar, even when other techniques failed to provide lasting results.
What can you expect after hypnosis?
- More optimism
- Symptoms Resolved
- More Self-Confidence
- Improved Self-worthiness
- Decreased pain in Mind, Body, and Spirit
- Improved sleep patterns – feel energized
- More Success in Personal and Professional Endeavors
- Increased motivation for activities, social interactions, exercise, and more
Along with the lifestyle changes, you are guided through; hypnosis reprograms your brain to respond positively to life’s challenges. Your brain formed the habit of depression in the same way you form all your habits. Coping in life with depression or anxiety becomes something that the brain gets used to in certain life situations. It becomes normal for you to reenact behavior patterns that are familiar and therefore, easy and comfortable.
With hypnosis a.k.a. hypnotherapy you can create a healthier more joyous normal.
Hypnotherapy Comparison Study: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice
American Health Magazine (1969) reported the following findings from a study by Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D. An updated study “Hypnotherapy: A Reappraisal” by Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D. published in Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice (Spring, 1970) clearly points out – Hypnosis is more effective and works more quickly than traditional talk-therapy or psychoanalysis. http://www.stresscards.com/esspsychotherapy.htm http://bit.ly/gc4hcr
Hypnosis Comparison Study: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice (Spring, 1970), Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D
- Hypnotherapy: – 93% recovery after 6 sessions
- Behavior Therapy: – 72% recovery after 22 sessions
- Psychoanalysis: – 38% recovery after 600 sessions