Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy


If you’ve seen hypnosis performed for entertainment on TV or the internet, you’ve witnessed the hypnotist transgressing social boundaries as a means of forging and exploiting the hypnotic subject’s mind-body connection. Nothing of the sort will occur if you pursue clinical hypnotherapy. I will respectfully invite you into a trance as a means of facilitating an effortless shift in your experience of yourself and in the unconscious workings of your mind-body connection. Hypnotherapy is an excellent way of transforming and ameliorating anxiety and panic; pain; depression; a variety of somatic complaints; problematic thoughts, urges, and behaviors; and various addictive cycles involving alcohol, drugs, food, and/or behaviors. I often teach my clients self-hypnosis, giving them the means to access their mind-body connection whenever warranted.

If you are interested, you can check out some articles on hypnosis that I’ve written for professionals.