Hypnosis:  What & How Effective It Is

WHY Consider Hypnotherapy?

The hypnotic state is characterized by heightened concentration and responsiveness to instructions and is an efficient therapeutic tool that:

  • allows clients to create and achieve beneficial change
  • enhances mental health and well-being
  • is painless, non-invasive and drug free
  • accelerates the healing process
  • is safe and clinically proven to be effective
  • is used by many health care professionals
  • has been approved by the American Medical Association since 1955

Hypnosis = happy you

Hypnosis is fun, feels good, is relaxing and beneficial!  Many people are unfamiliar with what hypnosis is and form their opinions based on movies, television or stories told by others who have never experienced it. Old-time myths and misconceptions about hypnosis have given way to allow for responsible professional uses.  Current methods and applications of hypnosis have made it a trusted and valued discipline of the healing arts, social sciences and human services.

The use of hypnosis was approved by the American Medical Association for medical purposes in 1955, and is now being taught at major universities and learning institutions throughout the world.  Hypnosis has proven applications in counseling, dentistry, habit management, law enforcement, medicine, obstetrics, pain control, psychology, and in virtually every area of education.  Major hospitals are now including hypnotherapists on their staffs.

You can use hypnosis to create new conditioned responses as well as to change your perceptions of things. Repeated reinforcement makes it last.  Deirdre Barrett, PhD, of Harvard Medical School was quoted by author Aimee Lee Ball in the December 2006 issue of Oprah Magazine, in an article titled: Losing Weight: The Mind Game, as saying: 

“What hypnosis does is get around having to wait for change.”


Hypnosis IS:

Hypnosis is NOT:

* Unfiltered imagination

* Sleep

* Self-hypnosis

* A state of unconsciousness

* A heightened state of concentration

* Being gullible

* An awake state

* Being weak-minded

* A state of relaxation

* Being controlled by someone else

* Exercise for your mind

* A loss of self-control

* Rapport with your unconscious

* The ultimate display of control

How Effective Is Therapeutic Hypnosis?

“Therapeutic Hypnosis is proven to be the most
effective and fastest route to solve emotional issues!”

• Psychoanalysis: 38% recovery after 600 sessions.

• Behavior Therapy: 72% recovery after 22 sessions.

• Hypnotherapy: 93% recovery after only 6 -10 sessions!

Source: Psychotherapy Magazine (Vol. 7, No.1, Alfred A. Barrios, PhD)

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