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Why Hypnosis?
The answer is simple - HYPNOSIS WORKS!
There is a robust body of research dealing with hypnosis as an integrative treatment for many physiological and psychological complaints.  (Please see the RESEARCH tab on the left menu.)
The American Medical Association accepted hypnosis as an adjunct treatment in 1958. 
The American Psychological Association accepted hypnosis as an adjunct treatment in 1960.
A few of the conditions treatable with hypnosis:
  • chronic pain management without medication, including pain associated with osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia 
  • acute pain management, including pain associated with burns
  • cancer pain management 
  • headaches, including migraine headaches
  • childbirth
  • stress management
  • weight managemenmt
  • smoking cessation
  • exam stress, including board exams (SAT, GRE, MCAT, LSAT, etc.)
  • anger management
  • improved sleep habits
  • improved concentration
  • improved sports/martial arts performance
  • phobias
  • addiction management
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • asthma
  • Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD)
  • pre-surgery preparation and post-operative care
  • many other conditions and disorders
What is Hypnosis?
          Hypnosis is a focused state of concentration during the experience of which individuals
          may access their innate motivation in order directly to make changes in their thinking
          and behavior and indirectly to make changes in their emotions and physiology. 
          Various forms of hypnosis also use creative visualization and guided imagery.

          Contrary to popular conception, hypnosis is not a state of sleep.  In sleep, brain wave
          activity is at 0.5-4 cycles per second (cps) and is called a delta state.  This state is
          characteristic of the dream state in normal sleep.  Hypnosis is characterized by various
          brain states: alpha state (8-12 cps)), which is a light to moderate hypnotic state, and
          theta state (4-8 cps), which is moderate to deep levels of hypnosis.
Common states of hypnosis:
  • day-dreaming
  • being totally engrossed in a good book or movie
  • being in love
  • taking a trip and arriving unaware of much of the drive (highway hypnosis)
  • being "in the zone" when engaged in physical activity

"Consulting Hypnotists help ordinary, everyday people with ordinary, everyday problems using individual hypnotic techniques" ~ National Guild of Hypnotists

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