Maybe you’re interested in making positive changes, but don’t know where to start. Or maybe there are things that have been holding you back and preventing you from living the life that you want. You may be struggling with anxiety or depression, or perhaps something else is keeping you from being happy or excelling in your business or profession.
Whatever it is, Jorge and his team can help! Our therapeutic use of hypnosis and imagery will assist in helping you achieve your goals efficiently and comfortably!
If this sounds like what you need right now, then I invite you to get started today. We’ll work together to find a path and strategy to help you reach your goals. It doesn’t matter if it’s just one issue or many; We’re here to help guide you through any challenges you’re facing so you can live the best life possible!
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MANY OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE…
Hypnotherapy is a natural, organic process of tapping into the power in your own mind to achieve any self-improvement goal. Many people think about using it for quitting smoking or losing weight, and while it is certainly good for that, the possibilities with hypnosis are nearly endless.
As a certified Hypnotherapist, we work to help our clients achieve many personal goals through one-on-one sessions. In some cases, a medical referral may be required for issues of pain management and other medical-related issues.
As it is nearly impossible to list every application for hypnotherapy, below you’ll find a list that can give you a general idea of the possibilities. When you’re ready, use the links on this page to either book a free consultation or schedule a session with us. We look forward to meeting you!
There are two key concepts for understanding why hypnosis is so effective for creating lasting change.
The power of hypnosis can be harnessed to make positive changes in your life due to two key concepts:
Homeostasis: While we may desire an emotional change or behavioral modification in some way, our deeper nature seeks out preservation of what is familiar and automatic (aka a subconscious resistance to change). Even though we may work to create and implement plans we have to change our lives and we understand how important it is to change certain behaviors, the concept of homeostasis says that we subconsciously seek to maintain the status quo.
Neuroplasticity: Many studies have shown that our brains have the ability to change throughout a person’s life based on our thinking, beliefs, and experiences. The tools of hypnotherapy, such as therapeutic imagery and NLP work with our subconscious mind and give it the flexibility needed to overcome homeostasis and release our internal resistance to change.
Think of a Hypnotherapist as a Life Coach for the Subconscious Mind! We invite you to call or message us for a free consultation to explore whether hypnotherapy might be right for you. Virtual sessions are also available from the safety and comfort of your own home or office via Zoom or phone.
It is a myth that only the mentally weak are susceptible to hypnosis. In fact, the exact reverse is probably more true.
The higher your intelligence and the stronger your self-control, the more easily you are hypnotized.
That’s because entering a hypnotic trance is all about concentrating, so people with mental health problems can find it difficult under hypnosis.
However, finding it hard to enter a hypnotic state doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with you.
A hypnotic state can usually be achieved eventually.
It is a myth that people are helpless when in a hypnosis trance, or that outside help is required to get out.
First, It’s challenging to get people to do things in hypnosis that they wouldn’t approve. Hypnotized people are still in touch with their morals and customary standards of behavior.
That said, it is possible to reduce people’s inhibitions in hypnosis so they will more readily accept suggestions to act or behave in a certain way.
Therefore, anyone can get out of their hypnosis trance at will, at any moment, or reject any given suggestions or instructions.
Yes, people look like they’re asleep when they’re hypnotized because their eyes are sometimes closed and they look peaceful.
But it is a myth that under hypnosis they are asleep.
The brain waves of a person who is hypnotized are nothing like those of a person who is asleep.
In fact, the hypnotic trance is a heightened state of concentration.
A high level of alpha waves on an EEG shows that a hypnotized person is awake, alert, and very responsive.
It is a myth that hypnosis alone can cure any ailment in one session.
Nevertheless, some of the most outrageous curative claims are made about hypnotism (although usually not by hypnotherapists themselves).
These have their origins in stage hypnotism as well as hucksters of all types.
Of course, people regularly repeat claims that they were cured in only one session of hypnotherapy because it’s such a good story.
Who wants to hear about how it took you a decade, three divorces, and 19,423 nicotine patches to give up smoking?
Hypnotherapists usually insist that patients commit to 6 sessions, or sometimes 20 sessions.
This isn’t naked profiteering.
It is a myth that practitioners of hypnosis need to look unusual or flamboyant.
That’s just people in showbusiness.
In reality, it would be distracting if the person trying to hypnotize you had swirling eyes, kept talking about black magic, and wore very loud ties.
Your average hypnotist is much more likely to wear a grey suit.
It is a myth that in hypnosis, long-forgotten memories can always be retrieved.
But, if you believe this one, then you’re in very good company.
Many members of the public think this is true, as do some psychologists and many hypnotherapists themselves.
Except that nowadays most people in the know think that the hypnotic trance isn’t much good for accurately retrieving memories.
Worse, hypnotists can easily implant false memories, because people in a hypnotic trance are easily suggestible.
It is a myth that you cannot lie while in hypnosis — in fact, you can!
Hypnosis is not some kind of magical state in which you can only speak the truth.
This is a natural result of the fact that you are not helpless when hypnotized and your usual moral (and immoral) faculties are still active.
Not only can you lie in hypnosis, but lying is not necessarily any more detectable hypnotized than when not (Sheehan & Statham, 1988).
Many people think they’ve never been hypnotized since they’ve never been to a hypnotherapist or been involved in stage hypnosis.
In reality, most of us have experienced a state of mild hypnosis, at least.
For example, when you drive a long distance and start to feel dissociated from your body and the car, or drive to a different place than you intended to, that’s a mild state of hypnosis.
Your unconscious is taking care of all the mechanical aspects of driving while your conscious mind is free to float around.
Or if you’ve ever meditated then you’ve hypnotized yourself.