Category Archives: Anxiety Attacks

Anxiety attacks are unaddressed fears that have power over you. You can reprocess that fear until it loses its power. This is done in experiential processes that produce deep change, including your ability to challenge the fears. Throughout the session(s), I ask scaling questions so that you yourself will notice the change within you, not just because you think so, but because you KNOW so.

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Does hypnosis work?

Quit smoking. Weight loss. Anxieties. Phobias. Anger management. For all kinds of reasons, people are turning to hypnosis as some sort of a ‘magical’ cureĀ  in which it is perceived that the hypnotists waves a magic wand, more like a … Continue reading

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The intrigues of psychotherapy research: what works and for whom?

Depression. Anxiety. Anger. Grief. Trauma. Stress. Eating Disorders. Weight Loss, Addictions. People have all kinds of needs for psychotherapy. For the consumer, it seems a daunting task to choose the right therapy. Needless to say, most people would want to … Continue reading

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Myths and truths about hypnosis.

People are always intrigued about hypnosis, hypnotism or hypnotherapy. Even these three terms are baffling to many. There is no clear distinction between hypnosis and hypnotism, both terms having been derived from 19th century physician and pioneer of hypnosis James … Continue reading

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Subconscious Conditioning of the Mind

A new study shows that when people are exposed to fake vivid print ads of fictitious products, it produces false memories that lead them to believe they have actually used these non-existent products. What’s more, the subsequent attitudes towards these … Continue reading

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Anxiety Drug May Affect Ethical Decision Making

A new study from the Karolinska Institute and Stockholm School of Economics shows that the brain has built-in mechanisms that trigger an automatic reaction to someone who refuses to share. In the study in which a fairness monetary game was … Continue reading

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