When I mention hypnotherapy to most people, it brings to mind popular movies and stage tricks. However, the experience of actual therapeutic hypnosis couldn’t be further from these popular associations.
The methodology I work with, Depth Hypnosis, allows you to be conscious and in control the whole time. This is an important aspect of how hypnotherapy can be therapeutic and helpful. You’re aware of your experience during a session and, often times, there will be dialogues between you and me during hypnotherapy.
Most people experience hypnosis as a relaxing, restful state. It’s similar to guided meditation. Hypnosis is an experiential form of therapeutic counseling that uses one or all the senses to allow for immersion and a deep connection to yourself and your inner knowledge.
My role is to work with you in creating your own, individualized framework for healing based on our sessions, talks, and your needs. We openly build this framework together, naturally and seamlessly, over the course of our sessions.
You May Consider Hypnotherapy And Counseling For Support With:
- Overcoming Fear
- Addressing Trauma
- Coping with Stress and Anxiety
- Overcoming Addiction
- Conflict Resolution in Relationships
- Burn-Out And Overwhelm
- Major Life Transitions
Depth Hypnosis can also be supportive in many other areas as well. It’s also important to note that everyone’s experience of hypnotherapy is different and can take a variety of forms. There is no baseline or right way to experience the hypnotherapy process. The process, results, and experience are often unique to the individual.
Depth Hypnosis is a counseling model created and developed by Isa Gucciardi, Ph.D., and many thousands of people are certified practitioners in this methodology. To find out more, you can visit the website for the Association of Depth Hypnosis Practitioners.