No matter how long you've smoked or how much. Hypnotherapy is a simple, yet powerful technique that taps into the deep inner mind, the subconscious, where all your beliefs and habits are stored. In three empowering sessions, hypnotherapy can help you transform those old patterns into new, positive, healthy, choices. So, you can begin to live smoke-free, without irritability, anxiety, or cravings.
It will take effort on your part. However, if you've made the decision to quit, you've already taken the hardest step. Hypnotherapy will help you transfer the pleasure that you experienced from smoking onto something healthful and life affirming. Together, we can determine what that is for you. Maybe, you'd like to spend that time breathing fresh air, walking, resting, enjoying family or friends, or exercising. There are numerous choices, and the choice is yours.
"Growth takes place when the next step forward is subjectively more delightful, more joyous, more intrinsically satisfying than the previous gratification which we have become familiar and even bored" (Maslow, 1999, p. 53).
*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.
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*Notice: Results may vary from person to person. Hypnotherapy is a co-operation between the client and Hypnotherapist to create change in the conscious and subconscious mind. I am a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, however, Hypnotherapy is not intended to replace care from a licensed Medical Doctor or Mental Health Care Professional. In order to work with pain or diagnosed mental or physical conditions a referral from a licensed practitioner of the healing arts per Florida Statues Section 485 is required. If you are under the care of a medical professional for any condition for which you are seeking hypnosis support, please obtain a signed, written referral from your provider prior to engaging me and moving forward with related sessions. I look forward to helping you create a happy, healthy life!
Anxiety or Anxious Feelings*
Coping with Death or Loss (Grief)*
Exercise, Working Out*
Fears and Phobias*
Interview Nerves (Confidence)*
Lack of Focus*
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)*
Past Life Regression*
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)*
*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person