Hypnosis - Massage for the Mind
Treat your mind to a relaxing massage
Okay, so you don't need therapy. And, you certainly don't need "Hypnotherapy for PTSD", or trauma, or any of the other serious conditions that I work with. That's GREAT! I am not going to try to convince you otherwise. You've got things under control and that's a really good thing.
But maybe you could still use a little rest and relaxation. Maybe you could use A LOT of rest and relaxation. Maybe you'd just like a little peace and quiet, a chance to unwind. Maybe you'd like to sleep better at night?
It's kind of how you might not need physical therapy, but a massage is still a wonderful thing. You can experience all that hypnosis has to offer, but not need "hypnotherapy".
If you've ever had a massage, you know how good it feels.
You go into the office, talk a bit, climb on the table and even if things are a little tight at first, you begin to relax. Little by little, the world fades away. Cares melt away. Stress evaporates. The next thing you know, your mind is wandering, then it's over. Your muscles feel like warm jello, and until the world intrudes again, you even feel more relaxed mentally.
Massage is good at loosening up the body, but the mental relaxation doesn't last as long. On the way out of the parking lot, someone cuts you off, or maybe you catch a glimpse of the headlines on the television while you grab a coffee, and it all comes rushing back.
But what if I told you that hypnosis is to the mind what massage is to the body?
You don't have to have something specific to work on to experience hypnosis any more than you need to have an injury to get a massage. Sometimes it just feels good.
Hypnosis provides your mind with the same sort of relaxation that your body gets from a massage. Stress fades away, you think more clearly, your body relaxes and best of all, this kind of relaxation sticks with you.
You've probably got some misconceptions about hypnosis, everybody does. But the FAQ and other pages on this site will help you to put those to rest. You can't get stuck in hypnosis. You are not unconscious. You are not under the control of the hypnotist. Hypnosis works for everyone. And probably most pressing, no, you will not cluck like a chicken. Keep in mind that I'm required by law to keep your visit confidential from everyone, so you don't have to worry about ANYONE ever knowing that you came in. You can even pay with cash if you like and the only record will be my intake form, locked away from prying eyes.
Get the facts, find out what you are missing.
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