Your Brain IS Your Key to Success Sometimes, all you need is A Helping Hand There's so much more To Your Mind
Your Brain IS Your Key to Success
You already have what you need
to make the changes you want in
your life
Sometimes, all you need is A Helping Hand
The hardest part of starting to heal
is realizing you might need help to
do it!
There's so much more To Your Mind
No matter how well we know ourselves,
there's something so much deeper that can
help us achieve our goals!

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About Hypnotherapy

More Than a Swinging Watch

Hypnosis Is Nothing New!  In Fact, Before We Referred To This Practice As Hypnosis, Franz Anton Mesmer Began Research On What He Called “Animal Magnetism”.  In The 1840s, Just Years Before James Braid (Considered The Father Of Modern Hypnotism) Passed Away, The Term Hypnosis Began To Be Used Regularly.  

Through The Years, There Have Been Changes To The Techniques That Are Used, But The Principles Remain The Same.  Hypnosis Is Simply Accessing The Subconscious Part Of Your Brain, And Allowing It The Opportunity To Use It’s Immense Power To Cause Change! 

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Whether you think you CAN or you think you CAN''re right

What we see as reality is based on our perceptions of the world around us.  With hypnosis, we can help the mind alter the view of reality that it has become accustomed to just enough to adjust how our mind and body functions. 

Join the many that have had their lives changed for the better by taking the step to start thinking YOU CAN achieve your goals with an appointment today! 

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What Can Hypnosis Help You Achieve?

Emotional Regulation

Improve Creativity

Focus & Motivation

Productivity Increase

Connect With Yourself

Ego State Transformation

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Asked Questions

The information that most people know about hypnosis and hypnotherapy is often incorrect and can prevent those who could benefit from this treatment from experiencing relief.  What is hypnosis and hypnotherapy really about? 

  • Hypnosis is a trance-like mental state in which people experience increased attention, concentration, and suggestibility. While hypnosis is often described as a sleep-like state, it is better expressed as a state of focused attention, heightened suggestibility, and vivid fantasies. People in a hypnotic state often seem sleepy and zoned out, but in reality, they are in a state of hyper-awareness.

  • It’s impossible to pinpoint exactly when Hypnosis was discovered, as it has been used almost as long as our recorded history! However, the study of hypnosis is well documented.  Take a look at research by Dr. James Braid, Franz Anton Mesmer, Dave Elman, and Milton Erickson.  These are all people that have helped to change the practice of Hypnosis. 

  • There are three major types of Hypnosis, though there are many sub-specialties.  These are Guided Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, and Self-Hypnosis. 

  • For all Hypnosis, it all boils down to self-hypnosis.  Whether you’re guided by a hypnotist, working with a hypnotherapist, or using self-hypnosis techniques – it is YOUR BRAIN that is doing all the work! 
  • Hypnotherapy is a form of hypnosis that utilizes the tenants of hypnosis to effect positive change. 

  • The term “hypnotherapy” is hotly contested in our current age.  This is because, while Hypnosis is accepted by most medical and mental health professionals, it is not a form of psychotherapy.  A hypnotherapist specializes in the subconscious mind.  Psychotherapy utilizes practices that are medical at its base, where hypnotherapy uses scientifically proven methods of coaching and self-hypnosis to effect change.  

  • Hypnotherapy, as a form of hypnosis, is sometimes simply referred to as Hypnosis for the sake of legal standing.  While some hypnotherapists are also medical doctors, psychotherapists, or social workers, this is not the case for a vast majority of those of us in the profession.  Therefore, it is important to note that hypnotherapy is NOT designed to treat, diagnose, or cure any medical or mental health condition.  
  • Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy are NOT medical or mental health treatments.  While we do work with barriers that are similar to those in the medical and mental health fields, we are not medical professionals.  We cannot diagnose a medical/mental condition, we cannot treat a medical/mental condition, and we cannot cure a medical/mental condition.  What we can do is give your brain the tools to combat the negative effects on your life from various things.

  • Hypnosis is NOT mind control! One of the biggest questions I get asked is “can I get stuck in hypnosis?” This is often followed up with a reference to either the movie “Office Space” or the movie “Get Out!”. While we love a good thriller or comedy, it’s important to realize that Hollywood is always adding their own flare to things to keep you glued to that screen. No hypnotist is able to control your mind! The suggestions that we use while you’re under hypnosis are either accepted or rejected by your brain’s own self-defense mechanisms. Like Genie from Aladdin, you won’t be forced to fall in love, or kill someone. Your responses to suggestion are only there to help and enrich your life!

  • Hypnosis is NOT a trick! Sure, we have fun with Stage Hypnosis shows, making folks forget their names, getting stuck to their chair, and more – but even those are not tricks. The brain is such a powerful thing that it can take a suggestion and make it reality! There’s no slight of hand or illusion to hypnosis – just your brain, hard at work!


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Jayson Rowland
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