Hypnotherapy / Hypnosis and Life Coaching in Moncton, NB
"A safe practice with no harmful side effects"
While there are many options available in Moncton most people are drawn to hypnotherapy because it's natural, very relaxing and offers many positive health benefits. In fact hypnosis was approved by the American Medical Association in September of 1958 as a safe practice with no harmful side effects. Many clients come to achieve some noticeable result in a relatively short period of time as compared to other methods they may have tried in the past. We also utilize advanced biofeedback technology and life coaching with techniques such as NLP and EFT to help you achieve the life changing results you desire. Read more
What You Should Know about Hypnotherapy (Hypnosis)
"One of the most powerful therapeutic tools of the modern age"
Our experienced hypnotherapist has had the pleasure of helping many clients to quit smoking, lose weight, reduce stress, address insomnia, remove phobias, pass exams, relieve pain, and achieve success in other key areas. As more people discover the health and life enhancing benefits of hypnosis it's likely to become known as one of the most powerful therapeutic tools of the modern age.
It is a fact that everyone drifts in and out of different levels of awareness many times each day, absorbing information on a subliminal level as well as consciously. Hypnotherapy produces a very similar altered state of awareness called trance during which time your subconscious mind is more open and receptive to helpful suggestions. It's through this natural subconscious state that we're able to work with your powers of intelligence, imagination and concentration to help you achieve positive lifestyle results.
Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D. conducted a survey of scientific literature to compare recovery rates for various modalities of therapy:
- Psychoanalysis can be expected to have a 38% recovery rate after approximately 600 sessions.
- Behaviour therapy (Wolpian) can be expected to have a 72% recovery rate after an average of 22 sessions.
- Hypnotherapy can be expected to have a 93% recovery rate after an average of 6 sessions
Source: Barrios, Alfred A. "Hypnotherapy: A Reappraisal," Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice (1970) Read more
The History of Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis "Dates Back For Millennia"
Throughout history, there have been many great thinkers who have explored the secrets of human consciousness to further develop its potential. The Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and other ancient civilizations used techniques that today we would refer to as hypnosis or hypnotherapy. In the middle ages the power of royals and celebrities to cure simply by their presence or touch was also widely accepted. Then, as the age of reason arrived some pioneer scientists attempted to better understand and explain human consciousness. People like Franz Anton Mesmer, James Braid, Jean-Martin, Sigmund Freud, Ormond McGill and Milton H. Erickson were among those early scholars paving the way for hypnosis to become studied and practiced by others around the globe. Read more
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
Neuro-Linguistic Programming, more commonly known as NLP, a name that encompasses the three most influential components involved in producing human experience: neurology, language and programming. NLP in short is the study of how the mind and language affect behavior. It involves learning how to better communicate and maintain rapport effectively with one's self and others. NLP is also the art of reframing, modeling and mirroring success. Everyone knows that extremely successful car or real estate salesperson. The reason they are so successful is their ability to communicate effectively with others. During life coaching and hypnotherapy NLP is another powerful tool that we use to help you achieve your desired outcome. Read more
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
Emotional Freedom Technique, more commonly known as EFT, a fast-evolving treatment within the field of Energy Psychology which has attracted the attention of healers, scientists, spiritualists and even lay people.
At times called "Psychological Acupressure", this modern technique works by releasing blockages within the energy system which can be a clients source of emotional intensity and or discomfort. These blockages in the energy system can present emotionally challenges and often lead to limiting beliefs or behaviors and an inability to live life harmoniously. The resulting symptoms are usually emotional in nature and at times physical and may include lack of confidence and self-esteem, feeling stuck, anxious, having low energy or even the emergence of compulsive and addictive behaviors.
It’s now more widely accepted that emotional disharmony can be a key factor in physical symptoms and disease and for this reason EFT is being used on physical health issues, including chronic illness with some remarkable results. As such this technique is being accepted more and more within medical circles and is being used by complementary health practitioners all over the world. Read more