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Smoking Cessation

The basic principle of hypnosis treatment for smoking cessation is to bring those unhealthy thoughts to the surface and to replace them with more positive thoughts that encourage the smoker to cease leaning on something so dangerous to one's health.

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Pain Management

Hypnosis isn’t about convincing you that you don’t feel pain, it’s about helping you manage the fear and anxiety associated with that pain. Hypnosis relaxes you and redirects your attention from the sensation of pain.

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Weight Loss

Trying to lose weight can be a long and a challenging journey. If you've ever tried and failed to lose weight before then you probably know just how frustrating it can be - especially when feelings like stress, low self-esteem and boredom crop up.

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  • testimonial_logo Samantha Briggs 03.05.2016

    “I was struggling with sleep issues and Korey helped me. He was really nice and made me feel comfortable and relaxed. I found Korey’s voice to be soothing. He checked in a number of times to make sure I was doing ok. After the session it was great that he provided me with a recording so I could listen to it at home. I feel Korey went above and beyond and I am so very thankful.”

  • testimonial_logo Kathy Bazinet 24.05.2016

    “As a mother of a teenage daughter, I am very thankful to Korey for his support. My daughter has been struggling with sleep issues for a while now. Korey took the time to understand the issue and was really a big help.”

why choose us

Results of Comparative Study by American Health Magazine:
  • Psychoanalysis: 38% recovery after 600 sessions
  • Behaviour Therapy: 72% recovery after 22 sessions
  • Hypnotherapy: 93% recovery after 6 sessions
Most of us are hypnotized several times a day when we watch TV or read, getting into the story or emotional drama. When our attention is engaged, our consciousness is in the story, not the physical place where we are. This results in a shift in our state of consciousness, similar to the one we reach in Hypnosis Sessions. While other methods of therapy may take an extended length of time and numerous visits, while in a state of Hypnosis clients are able to change very quickly. Korey and each client co-create a personalized audio recording, for daily, at-home practice to achieve the desired results. The great news is that light-to-medium depth trance states are just as effective as deep trance experiences at making the changes you wish to make!
According to the BBC’s A Short Guide to Hypnotherapy, hypnosis is very safe. Hypnotherapy-services.com says:” Unfortunately hypnosis is the same as any other tool; in the right hands and used in the right way then hypnosis is very safe“.  By using hypnosis in a positive and professional manner it is possible to change all sorts of things within a person. The ASCH quotes over five health professionals’ views on the safety of hypnosis, including those of clinical hypnotherapists. They all claim hypnosis is very safe. Hypnosis deals with the brain in the Alpha state and occasionally Theta Brain wave states. brain waves The 7 benefits of Alpha activity:
  1. Improved creativity and imagination: The alpha state is consequently more favourable to innovative thinking and production of new ideas.
  2. Problem-solving and trouble-shooting: You are more prompt to deal with a crisis as your mind is in a more peaceful condition.
  3. Less stress: The alpha state has the great advantage of liberating accumulated stress and tension from both body and mind.
  4. Sensitive intuition: The intuitions and instinctive feelings of an experienced businessman can be a very helpful tool in his or her domain.
  5. Easier application of personal change: The Alpha state facilitates the process of increasing positive actions and excluding negative ones.
  6. Improved memory and learning abilities: The right brain activity facilitates the improvement of memory and concentration capacities.
  7. Better relationship and negotiation skills: Managing relationships with others during meetings and negotiations can make the difference between agreement and non-agreement.
In previous studies of the effects of hypnosis on sleep, study participants were simply asked to report back on how well (or poorly!) they felt they slept after hypnosis. But in a recent study, Swiss researchers were able to measure its effects by monitoring brainwave activity in a group of healthy, young women as they took a 90-minute nap after listening to a hypnotic suggestion recording. The women who were deemed the most susceptible to hypnosis spent 80 percent more time in slow-wave sleep (the deep, restorative phase of our shut-eye sleep cycle) after listening to the hypnosis recording than they did after listening to a neutral spoken text. “[T]he results may be of major importance for patients with sleep problems and for older adults,” lead researcher Maren Cordi of the University of Zurich said in a statement. “In contrast to many sleep-inducing drugs, hypnosis has no adverse side effects.”
In a 2003 study, 71 percent of 204 irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) patients reported improved symptoms after 12 weekly hour-long hypnosis sessions, the APA reported. Of those who reported improvements, 81 percent continued to feel better up to six years after the hypnosis treatment had ended, according to the study. In a 2012 study, 85 percent of IBS patients who reported improvement after hypnosis still felt better up to seven years later. “The conclusion is that hypnotherapy could reduce both the consumption of healthcare and the cost to society, and that hypnosis therefore belongs in the arsenal of treatments for IBS,” researcher Magnus Simrén said in a statement.
Among postmenopausal women who reported at least 50 hot flashes a week, five weekly hypnosis sessions cut hot flashes by 74 percent 12 weeks later, a 2013 study found. Meanwhile, women who did not receive hypnosis but instead had weekly sessions with a clinician only experienced a 17 percent drop in hot flashes.
Hypnosis is perhaps most well-researched in the context of managing pain. Two meta-analyses of existing pain and hypnosis research, published in 2000 and 2009, deemed hypnosis effective at lowering pain associated with a number of conditions, including fibromyalgia, arthritis and cancer, but noted that few psychologists were using it, and those who were had little standardization in administering hypnotherapy.
Because of its ability to harness the powers of the mind, hypnosis is often employed to relieve anxieties related to other medical procedures, like surgery, scans or even giving birth, called state anxiety. “The mechanism may be similar to the placebo effect — in which patients’ expectations play a major role in how they feel,” Melinda Beck wrote for the Wall Street Journal in 2012. “Hypnosis, in turn, can help patients adjust those expectations to minimize pain, fear and disability.” More research is needed to determine if hypnosis might alleviate generalized anxiety disorder or what’s called trait anxiety, or anxiety relating to personality rather than a specific event, according to a 2010 review of the research. Preliminary studies have started to examine hypnosis in depression treatment as well, but more research is needed. Source: HuffingtonPost

statistics

Of 43 consecutive patients undergoing this treatment protocol, 39 reported remaining abstinent from tobacco use at follow-up (6 months to 3 years post-treatment). This represents a 90.6% success rate using hypnosis. University of Washington School of Medicine, Depts. of Anesthesiology and Rehabilitation Medicine, Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2001 Jul;49(3):257-66. Barber J.
Treatment has been used with 18 clients over the last 7 years and has shown a 77 percent success rate for at least a 1-year follow-up. 15 were being seen for alcoholism or alcohol abuse, 2 clients were being seen for cocaine addiction, and 1 client had a marijuana addiction. Intensive Therapy: Utilizing Hypnosis in […]
Healed significantly faster from surgery. Two studies from Harvard Medical School show hypnosis significantly reduces the time it takes to heal. Study One: Six weeks after an ankle fracture, those in the hypnosis group showed the equivalent of eight and a half weeks of healing. Study Two: Three groups of people studied after breast reduction […]

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