Clinical Hypnosis

Clinical Hypnotherapy is an exciting skill to learn, whether for your own expanded awareness and knowledge or as a profitable and interesting healing profession for helping others.  It is also a fantastic foundation for any other holistic or medical profession you may decide to investigate in future.

Many Clinical Hypnotherapists work with traditional and non-traditional clinicians, professionals who realize people are composites of body and mind. Never before has this particular profession been so openly accepted by such a wide and diverse band of our population.

You will be entering a profession which will not only allow you to be independently employed, with creative freedom, but in addition, help you to network with some of the most interesting people in North America and around the world.  Opportunities exist in private practice, group practice, law enforcement, hospital in-house programs, development of corporate projects, seminars and many more.

Your timing couldn’t be more perfect.  We are fully immersed in the Holistic Revolution.  The public and medical professions are leaning more toward self-help and teaching individuals and patients to take responsibility for their own health and well being, taking a more natural approach to wellness — what could be more natural than using the power of your own mind!

Hypnotherapy has been shown to be an amazingly effective technique in combating certain psychological and behavioral issues. Some conditions particularly susceptible to work with Clinical Hypnotherapy are:

         Overcoming phobias

         Quiting Smoking 

         Stress management

         Weight Issues

         Skin conditions

         Depression 

         Insomnia/sleep disorders

         Exam Performance 

         I.B.S. and digestive problems

         Anxiety, nervousness, stage fright, exam nerves

         Enhancing creativity/overcoming ‘blocks’

         Anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders

         Habit removal – overcoming nail biting, procrastination, hair pulling, etc.

         Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

         Overcoming the effects of past trauma

         Pain management