I recently had a client arrive at my office with a big smile on her face. When I asked her how things were going, she excitedly reported that her physical pain was continuing to decrease. She chuckled and commented about how surprised she was that hypnosis "actually worked!" She went on to tell me that … Continue reading “It actually works!”
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What the heck is a Vagus nerve?
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?
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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.
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?