I incorporate Therapeutic Imagery, Hypnosis, and NLP to personalize my one-on-one work with clients to access their inner knowing, facilitate healing, release limiting beliefs, change attitudes and behaviors, and relieve stress-related symptoms.
Therapeutic Imagery is . . .
Imagery is the symbolic language of our minds. Imagery includes images, but also goes beyond that to include information from the other senses, including taste, touch, sound, or even simply a sense of something.
Therapeutic imagery is one of the most beneficial skills you can learn for physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
We can use imagery techniques to tap the inner healing resources of the body, mind, and spirit. This holistic model incorporates the mind-body connection to help your body's inherent drive toward wholeness.
Hypnosis is . . .
Hypnosis a natural state that has been studied scientifically.
Every person naturally enters a state of hypnosis at least twice everyday; just before falling asleep at night and upon awaking every morning before getting out of bed. Most people easily enter environmental hypnosis while at the movies, watching TV, driving on the highway, or while reading a good book.
Hypnotherapy is based on many years of clinical research by famous psychologists such as Dr. Sigmund Freud and Dr. Carl Jung, and more recently, by Dr. Milton Erikson and Dr. John Kappas. Hypnosis is very safe and is in fact, a state of hyper-awareness. At any time you choose you can instantly come out of the hypnotic state and become fully alert.
NLP is . . . NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming. It is a very practical approach to human behavior. It is primarily focused on how to operate your own mind and body to create what you want in life. NLP allows us to work with the processes that precede behavior.
I offer private sessions via phone, FaceTime, and Skype. I am available for day, evening and Saturday appointments for your convenience.
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