Doesn’t Every Coaching or Counseling Session Involve Suggestive Communication?

Hypnosis is a process of suggestive communication! The power of suggestion and the focus of the client are the keys to successful hypnotic interventions. If you can focus and follow basic instructions, hypnosis can help you.

“Hypnosis allows for therapeutic possibilities simply not likely through other means. This alone warrants serious consideration.” (Dr.Yapko, Family Therapy Magazine,Aug.2008) As a Pastor, I was very traditional, then I learned of Hypnosis. So I called a psychologist, that belonged to my church, he said, “Hypnosis is great! I use hypnosis with my clients. Hypnosis is a valuable tool.” Since then, Hypnotism has helped my clients in all types of situations such as weight control, smoking cessation and confidence issues. Hypnosis is the primary technique utilized in my practice.

In the age of psychopharmacology, I believe too many Practitioners are often more likely to encourage clients to try drugs or potentially dangerous surgery, than to teach new coping skills. However, in an age where many Practitioners are talking about “mindfulness”, ”focusing”, “guided imagery”, “mind-body healing” it is clear that these techniques are hypnotically based in their use of focusing and suggestive methods to achieve their results. There are no side effects; hypnosis is a safe alternative approach.

If you want to learn and understand more about how to use the unconscious processes to help yourself, then considering HYPNOSIS makes sense! You may schedule a FREE Consultation/Screening with William Mitchell. Call 217-698-9999 today.

How could you use Hypnosis ?

1.HYPNOSIS can be used to manage symptoms. Reduce anxiety, overcome cravings, eliminate negative habits, manage pain, improve sleep, increase self-esteem, change negative thinking, etc.

2.HYPNOSIS can be used to foster skill acquisition. We teach self-hypnosis in the first session so our clients may learn a valuable new skill. Hypnosis is a vehicle of experiential learning. There is positive evidence that hypnosis enhances teaching clients specific skills , such as problem-solving skills.

3.HYPNOSIS can be used to establish associations and dissociations. Hypnosis allows one to structure sessions according to the aspects of experience which might benefit the client to connect to or disconnect from, or to amplify or de-amplify.

Other ways to use HYPNOSIS:

To build positive expectations, enhance empathy and sensitivity toward others, amplify and work with emotion-laden memories, enhance cognitive flexibility instill better coping skills and to increase self-efficacy.(Yapko,2008)

For Weight Control and Smoking Cessation with Hypnosis Call for your FREE SCREENING 217-698-9999 today!