Clynical Hypnosis

Hypnosis and hypnotherapeutic techniques are additional tools that may be used when indicated. In hypnosis, the psychologist makes suggestions to patients in order to elicit changes in how they think, feel, and perceive events in their lives. Some very sensitive and responsive patients report that hypnosis produces an altered state that is very different from their regular state of consciousness, but most people say that it is just a normal, relaxed state of focused attention. Hypnosis can be used for a variety of disorders including anxiety, depression, PTSD, psychosomatic concerns, pain, eating disorders, smoking, and obesity.

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