How hypnosis can help you.
Photo by Nandhu Kumar on Pexels.com Maybe paranoia is too strong of a word. As we continue to emerge from the seclusion of the past 15 months, many of us may be feeling a bit tender. Navigating a post pandemic world, can feel overwhelming. For those of us who struggle with anxiety or depression, we … Continue reading Post Pandemic Paranoia?
I am excited to announce that I now have a new office space in Chili, NY! If you are interested in scheduling an in-person session, please contact me at 585-317-0241 or firstname.lastname@example.org In-person sessions will be available with proof of vaccination. Hand sanitizer and face masks are readily available as well.
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!
Recently, I was asked to simplify self-hypnosis. Reading about how to do it can seem complicated. Here is an easy way to try self-hypnosis before you go to sleep tonight.Give it a try and let me know how you feel! 1) Take 3 deep belly breathes, filling your belly with the air as your breathe … Continue reading Easy Self-Hypnosis
Photo by Bradley Hook on Pexels.com https://theravr.io/ I am so excited to announce that I am partnering with TheraVR to begin offering virtual reality hypnotherapy! While I will continue offering hypnotherapy online using https://doxy.me/hypnohelp, soon I will also be offering a brand new type of therapy online using virtual reality! Create your own avatar, choose … Continue reading Virtual Reality Therapy!
Many people are turning towards the use of Bilateral Simulation to decrease anxiety, improve focus and sleep, or even to eliminate irritability. Within a few minutes of trying them in my office, several clients have experienced a dramatic decrease in anxiety. Sharing similar principles found in EMRD, I use Bilateral Stimulation in some hypnosis sessions, … Continue reading Bilateral Stimulation
Photo by Tima Miroshnichenko on Pexels.com I am in a loving relationship with improv. I mean it, improvisation has given me a safe space to not only be silly and strange, but it has taught me valuable life lessons. In improv, we are taught that there are no mistakes, only "gifts." Improv offers an opportunity … Continue reading Healing through Improv: Upcoming Workshops!
The vagus nerve is the largest nerve in our body. It affects emotions, mood, our digestive system, and many other aspects of our health & well-being. Chronic pain, illness, anxiety, depression & even things like irritable bowel syndrome can be linked to our Vagus nerve. Here is a quick video about the vagus nerve and … Continue reading What the heck is a Vagus nerve?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZ36AuYI2qY&t=1s Taking therapy to another level Do you have a question or topic that you'd like me to address? Please comment below and I will try my best to respond. Photo by Thuanny Gantuss on Pexels.com "There is something beautiful about all scars of whatever nature. A scar means the hurt is over, the wound is … Continue reading Resources