Online support group

Dates change monthly. Please email me if I've neglected to update the website & you are interested in participating. sarahypnotherapist@gmail.com

A few minutes of calm

Where's your calm place? Many of us navigate life in a state of hypervigilence with stressed nervous systems. Even a few minutes of deep breathing and mindfulness can help. Let's find your safe & calm space. Contact me to find out how hypnosis can help you. Etna Pond, Maine

Now accepting new clients in my new Penfield location! www.hypnohelpservices.com Making Changes on a Subconscious Level..

Did you know that I have a YouTube channel and a new logo? Stay tuned for more videos posted soon! https://youtube.com/channel/UC7hk7hIh6jrg94kei3jh4Lg

Resource alert! Watch “How Do I Hypnotize Myself For Anxiety?” on YouTube

https://youtu.be/iiNEqMIRg-g Here's a great resource. I love this video for it's explanation of self-hypnosis for anxiety. It also teaches 7-11 breathing and other quick techniques for calming down your amygdala. It's worth your time.

FREE audio hypnosis recording

Here is a complimentary hypnosis recording. Please enjoy, and of course do not use while driving.

Services Offered

Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com In addition to offering in-person & remote hypnotherapy sessions, I also offer personalized hypnosis recordings. Many clients benefit from utilizing these recordings on a daily basis. It is an easy and relaxing way to re-enforce the changes that you want to incorporate into your life! Please note that I … Continue reading Services Offered

Reviews

Photo by Ron Lach on Pexels.com "Sara has been a lifesaver to me. When I found her I had been suffering from chronic pain for over 6 months. I had seen countless doctors and specialists and had tried multiple medications but nothing helped. After just the first visit with Sara I began to feel better. … Continue reading Reviews

Resources

There are so many wonderful resources out there! Here's a good place to start.

My entire life was wrapped around my chronic pain.

25 years ago at the age of 23, I was finally diagnosed with chronic migraine. Over the years my daily pain continued to get worse. My list of diagnoses grew. I was miserable. I went from working full time, to staying home on social security disability. My pain was so out of control that I … Continue reading My entire life was wrapped around my chronic pain.