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Don’t let hypnosis scare you off!

Photo by C Technical on Pexels.com 3 years ago, I knew very little about hypnosis. To me, hypnosis was some creepy old guy making people bawk like a chicken! The idea of hypnosis scared and baffled me. Then one day out of desperation, I made an appointment with a hypnotist friend of mine. I experienced … Continue reading Don’t let hypnosis scare you off!

Why work with me?

Since obtaining my Master's of Social Work and my NYS License in 2003, I have worked in a variety of clinical settings such as a counseling center, a medical day program for adults, group based therapy and  home-based early intervention with young children and families.  Over the years I have worked with individuals with mental … Continue reading Why work with me?

What is HypnoHelp?

Photo by Tirachard Kumtanom on Pexels.com I utilizes a Strength's Based, Solution Focused, BioPsychoSocial model of practice in combination with hypnotherapy. Pain reprocessing techniques are also utilized depending on the client's expressed needs and goals. We spend time discussing where you've been, where you are now and where you'd like to be in the future. … Continue reading What is HypnoHelp?

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Being Present in the midst of chaos

Photo by Henda Watani on Pexels.com  Recently, I was reading an article where the author referred to themselves as “the angry therapist.”  The concept he shared was one of both resiliency and vulnerability.  He relayed that it’s ok to admit when we are also struggling. But, when it comes to having appropriate boundaries with clients, … Continue reading Being Present in the midst of chaos

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.