Consulting Hypnotist, Speaker, Facilitator
Certified Hypnosis Instructor
In Psychodynamic therapy they look at how childhood and other past experiences affect how we function in the present. By becoming introspective and looking at patterns in our lives your therapist tries to bring to the surface our true feelings so that we can experience and understand them. Once you are aware of what is really going on in your mind the feelings will not be as confusing and painful and you will be more able to change old patterns.
As a Hypnotist it not so much as what you know as to what you don't know and learning to develop a pathway to discharge these experiences in an unconscious way. Hypnosis works very well as a stand alone or in conjunction with talk therapy.
In many cases what is not known is locked in your sub conscious and unconscious. Just as your body functions without your consciousness i.e. breathing, moving of the head and hands so do the fears, anxieties operate on a level deep within you.
In working with Cognitive therapy it teaches you to look at, untangle negative and distorted thoughts that cause you to look at the world in a negative way that can lead to depression and anxiety.
What if you were able to learn on an unconscious manner how to let go of what is not for you highest good that of your family and of mankind without a struggle. You can accomplish this by learning to live in the moment.
Behavior therapy deals with changing self-defeating or destructive behavior patterns. It also teaches you how to calm your mind and body, so you can feel better, think more clearly, and make better decisions.
What better way to do this than allowing Hypnosis to bring you into the life you truly want and have you experience it in a visual, auditory and kinesthetic way. It's lie going to the movies and walking out feeling that you were there.
Hypnosis is a very powerful tool for stopping your symptoms and getting your life on a more satisfying track. Extensive research has demonstrated the effectiveness of these therapies.
A portion of my practice comes from "The Course Of Miracles"
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