~Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state, we are all in trance many times each day. (ex: engrossed in a movie or book, highway hypnosis)
~The hypnotherapist does not control the client.
~Hypnosis can't make you do anything against your will.
~Hypnosis is a state of increased awareness.
~You will probably feel awake and be able to hear everything that is said. Your mind may even drift off to other things during the session, which is normal.
~Hypnosis taps the power of the subconscious mind; where emotions, habits, beliefs and automatic bodily functions such as breathing and digestion take place.
~You can go into a trance sitting down, standing up, lying down, with eyes open, with eyes closed, etc.
~In the hands of a qualified and skilled hypnotherapist, hypnosis can be a valuable ally for healing, self-improvement, pain management, habit control and much more.
~Though many people are familiar with the success of hypnosis in smoking cessation and weight loss, most are unaware of its powerful uses as an anesthetic and to speed healing.
~Hypnosis has long been used to help people suffering from trauma and to overcome roadblocks originating from past experiences.
~Hypnosis has been used by law enforcement to help witnesses increase recall.
~Hypnosis can be used to overcome anxieties fear and phobias.
~Hypnosis is a powerful tool for performance enhancement and goal setting.
~The hypnotic state is a great stress buster.
~Every situation can benefit from having the powerful inner mind on your side.
~Both the American Medical Association and the British Medical Association approved hypnosis as a valid therapeutic modality in the late 1950's.