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 with everyone I have and will help(ed) through trauma. And I know this because I’ve been there myself…

A lot of people ask me how I got into hypnosis and this is really the answer: about five years ago, I reached a point in my life where I carried so much pain that my internal life was unbearable and my external life was so stressful I just wanted out…

Like many people, I saw hypnosis as voodoo, but felt so hopeless that knew I had nothing to lose. I felt so depressed and life was so painful and stressful that I was willing to try anything. I came across the work of Richard Bandler and felt like I was listening to a standup comic. I found my life improving in little ways… then, bigger ways.

I kept studying and studying… finally, I found myself taking classes at the Denver School of Hypnotherapy. In this program, I found myself working through many of my own traumas and helping my classmates to deal with theirs. And this too was a beautiful experience.

Now, I can look back on my life and see what amazing changes I’ve made in my life (and how people who’ve known me closely for years have had to adjust to the changes in my personality). And I love that I have the pleasure of sharing this technology with others. I absolutely love to help people uncover the structures the people who traumatized them, the architects of pain, have erected in their minds and to bulldoze them. Helping them to rebuild is also a beautiful privilege, but I love the destruction of pain more…

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