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How to Change How You Feel About Someone With NLP

Hypnosis offers us many ways to approach personal change. Let’s elucidate this point a bit more in-depth. And to do this, we’re going to delve into an interesting hypnotic toolkit called NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming). When someone interested in NLP approaches a problem, the first thing we want to do is to explore it to make a model of how it functions on a subjective level. In this specific use of NLP, we’re going to explore Read More

Hypnotherapy as Exposure or Desensitization Therapy

Many people scoff or laugh when I tell them I’m a hypnotherapist. I have my theories about why this is, but that’s not the point of this blog. Rather, I’m going to explain one very simple place that hypnosis is an awesome therapeutic strategy in a way that very clearly cannot be touched by other therapy methodologies–in fact, if taken on would make those therapies faster, more effective, and more powerful experiences for the client. Read More

Why I do Trauma Release Hypnotherapy

Helping people alleviate trauma is the reason I got into hypnotherapy… It holds a special place in my heart and is one of the most beautiful things I can share with another human being. It’s always a mixed bag of fear, hurt, anger, sadness, violation, pain, and bittersweet elements. However, the moment someone lets go of trauma is one of the absolutely beautiful things in the whole world. And I feel privileged to share them Read More

Natural Trance Phenomena in Trauma-Based Symptoms

After my previous blog posts where I mentioned natural trance states (“What is Hypnosis?” and “What is a Trance State?”), many people have asked me about naturally occurring trance states in day to day life. I thought rather than focus on these day-to-day activities, however, that I’d write about hypnotic phenomena as coping mechanisms to show that not only are these phenomena natural, but are ways anyone can respond to similar phenomena. So, today, we’re Read More