For those of us that have benefitted from Heart-centered Hypnotherapy and other Heart-centered Therapies (HCT), we have done and continue to do deep, inner work that allows us to heal.
Within the hypnotic trance work of Heart-centered Therapies, we access the inner knowing of our unconscious that guides us to the lighthouse of our being
This article is just a friendly heads up that we just released a brand new guide about six of the most common hypnotherapy myths, which we've debunked. Here are a couple of passages from the guide:
Most counselors and therapists undergo professional training to become more effective working with clients, add new modalities and techniques to their toolboxes, accrue clock hours/CEUs, and comply with ethical codes and licensure requirements. But those who train at The Wellness Institute get an additional benefit. Not only do they gain a valuable
The world is catching on to how effective hypnotherapy can be for treating an astounding range of medical and mental health conditions.
Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are now recognized as valuable tools in the medical field, expanding previous ideas about whole-patient care. Hypnotherapy is being used to help the patient
Have you been wondering how to become a hypnotherapist, but not sure if it's worth your precious time? If you’re like me, you’re a therapist who is always looking for ways to increase your effectiveness with clients. But how do you know what is truly effective? And more imp
Are you among the many therapists who just expect your practice to decline over the holidays? Many therapists naturally expect cancellations during certain times of the year (Christmas, Valentines Day, Easter, Summer, etc.) and now just begin to plan for that! They try to normalize this with trite phrases such as, “Oh this is just w
About this series: Over the next few weeks, we will be discussing the work of Carl Jung on this blog and the role his work plays into hypnotherapy. Today's post is about the Third Person Perspective/Hypnotic trance state and how it helps clinical therapists gain easier access to the subonscious mind of their clients.
A physician was asking me yesterday, “How can hypnotherapy work with a patient who is addicted to pain medication? s
Here are some of the symptoms:
1)Depression, not wanting to get out of bed in the morning
2)Being unable to sleep, tossing and turning all night
3)Feeling like nothing really matters, “What’s the use?” is a common expression