SERVICES TO TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE
THE MIND DOCTOR®
As a professionally trained National Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, I create a transformational experience to empower you to utilize the resources inside of your mind to transform your life. Ultimately, my use of hypnotherapy and other somatic techniques is designed to create your powerful transformational experience and a life of overflowing abundance!
Imagine starting off the week with a powerful one hour session. Or, consider having two 30 minute sessions on two different days, perhaps Monday to start off the week and Friday to process your growth and progress throughout the week.
THE TUNE UP
(4 hours, 1 hour per week )
(6 hours, 1 hour 30 minutes per week)
BONUS: During COVID-19, I’m offering an additional 30 minutes per week at no charge to bring the total session time to 2 hours per week. (8 hours total)
Perfect for someone who needs help with a deeper challenge, and is ready to invest the time and effort to work on themselves and come up with a solution and take action. Imagine experiencing physical and emotional peace of mind.
Imagine experiencing the physical and emotional peace of mind as you receive 2 powerful and transformative sessions (60 minutes or more) each week!
Start off the your week with a powerful session and experiencing another powerful session midweek or at the end of a long week.
Or, consider experiencing the transformational benefits of three sessions on three different days—perhaps Monday to start off the week, Wednesday as a midweek check-in, and Friday to process your growth and progress throughout the week!
Imagine experiencing next dimensional living, where EVERYTHING around you and within you is being amplified!
Purposeful and intentional living allows you to effortlessly experience an energy and frequency that amplifies your Mind, Body, & Spirit! Pause for a moment and really imagine yourself with a positive and optimistic Mindset with an overflowing positive energy that unconsciously transforms and releases any negativity and pessimism!
Consider what it will be like to be Amplified, where you continuously embody a physical and emotional peace of mind as you experience three powerful and transformative sessions (60 minutes or more), three different days throughout the week.
BONUS: End of the month, you get to book 1 VIP DAY where I travel to your location (within continental US) and we have a full 4-6 hour personalized transformation session. Optional: If you an international client or you prefer to do your VIP DAY remotely via video conference, that that option is available as well.
(8 hours per month, 2 hours per week)
BONUS: This option will provide one additional free hour per week for a full 3 hours per week. (12 hours total)
Perfect for the individual wanting to go on a deeper personal transformational journey, work on themselves on a much deeper level.
Amplified is an intensive and gratifying personal transformational journey that further explores the Mind, Body, & Spirit connection through personalized prayers, personalized hypnosis audio, and personalized development and manifestation of overflowing abundance!
As your Mind, Body, & Spirit become aligned and on the same frequency, you’ll experience a triune harmony that manifests as “peaceful, effortless, more than enough time and energy”. Further, each month can culminate with an intensive in person session where you can experience a complete Mind, Body, & Spirit restoration!
THIS IS THE ULTIMATE LIFE TRANSFORMATION
—BUT ONLY IF YOU’RE READY TO BE AMPLIFIED AND TRANSPORTED INTO NEXT DIMENSION LIVING!
THE MIND DOCTOR® VIP MEMBERSHIP
GET THE TRAINING AND SUPPORT yoU NEED EACH AND EVERY MONTH
Mastering hypnotherapy and how to reprogram your subconscious mind is an ongoing process. That’s why I’ve created a monthly membership where I share my most effective techniques and strategies, as well as self development resources and training videos.
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Although insurance providers are beginning to recognize what the American Medical Association, the American Dental Association, and the American Psychological Association have known for years (the efficacy of this approach), many insurance providers may have limited reimbursement, although there are some exceptions to that rule.
Thus, if you have insurance coverage, we encourage you to speak to your insurance representative to determine whether these services would be covered if you submitted an out-of-network claim seeking to be reimbursed.
Healing childhood trauma with hypnotherapy and other techniques does not mean that you will have to relive your painful childhood experience again.
The Mind Doctor® will create a safe environment that will allow you to focus on identifying, resolving, and healing childhood experience(s) that have been negatively impacting your life.
The great news is once you allow someone (me) who specializes in the mind (The Mind Doctor®) to “examine” what is now happening as an adult because of what has happened to you as a child. I will be able to identify the “issues” and determine a course of action so that you will be restored to live and function how you were originally designed!
“The American Medical Association and the American Psychiatric Association have approved (hypnotherapy/ hypnosis) for use by professionally responsible individuals.”
Further, the American Medical Association and the American Dental Association both recognize and accept hypnosis as a unique tool (modality) in making desired beneficial changes within the mind-body-spirit connection.
Indeed, whenever our mind wanders, daydreams, or is highly focused on something, such as reading a book, driving a familiar route, or watching a film, we are in a state of hypnosis. These very focused states of attention are, in fact, everyday experiences of what is called hypnosis.
Because hypnosis is a safe and valuable wellness modality, many leading medical and dental schools are currently teaching hypnosis courses. Halting habits such as thumb sucking, stopping smoking, or chewing ice is great benefits clients received from hypnosis. Hypnosis can be very valuable for surgical procedures, promoting calmness and confidence, halting fears, and improving bleeding control, post-surgical procedure.
Hypnosis is a state of inward attention and focused concentration. It is often referred to as trance or as an altered state of consciousness. When the mind is concentrated and focused, people are better able to tap into and utilize their inner resources, to make personal changes, and learn how to govern their own lives better. Because hypnosis and self-hypnosis allow people to use more of their potential, they gain more self-control (it is a myth that people lose control during hypnosis).
It is a trance state characterized by extreme suggestibility, relaxation, and heightened imagination. It’s not really like sleep, because you are alert the whole time. It is most often compared to daydreaming or the feeling of “losing yourself” in a book or movie. You are fully conscious, but you tune out most of the stimuli around you. You focus intently on the subject at hand, to the near exclusion of any other thought.
Hypnosis is most accurately described as a state of high mental focus. We might say that hypnosis consists of three types. First, stage hypnosis is a comical, entertaining show. Second, hypnotherapy can be quite beneficial in helping reduce unwanted behaviors and enhance wanted ones. Finally, self-hypnosis can be quite effective in helping people enter into the positive aspects of meditation.
In many ways, hypnosis is simply deeply-focused meditation where awesome, life-changing things can take place. The Bible is filled with injunctions for Christians to meditate upon the word of God. Twice Peter entered into meditative states, and the Bible approved his “trances” both times. Isaiah, Daniel, Paul, and Jeremiah all experienced times of hypnotic trance and heightened awareness inspired by God to give them deep insights into his person and character.
No. Opponents of hypnosis turn to Deuteronomy 18:9-13. As the Israelites are entering into the Promised Land, God gives them a warning not to enter into the practices in the pagan lands ahead. God said: “let there be found no wanted sacrifices his child in the fire; stay away from those who practice divination and sorcery, engaging witchcraft; cast spells… Opponents focus on the Hebrew term “cast spells” as being the same as hypnosis. Their interpretation is really a stretch; again, a clinical hypnotherapist is guiding you into a hyper-relaxed state where you will be able to access resources in your subconscious—resources that are often blocked by your conscious mind.
As mentioned earlier, hypnotherapy can tap the resources within us to help heal our hurts, cure unwanted or unhealthy behaviors, and enhance our well-being. Hypnotherapy gives a person the power to use what he or she already possesses inside (resources) but has not been able to access or control. During hypnosis, many people gain control over bad habits, fears, phobias, and anxiety, just to mention a few areas.
Further, because hypnosis is all about an intense focus that removes peripheral distractions, it may be used as a tool for Christian meditation, which is ultimately helpful in allowing believers to experience the person and character of Christ. It is important to know how to quiet our minds on our own (self-hypnosis) and move into deep meditation focusing on a Bible story, event, person, verse or phrase, where we can receive a word or life-changing message from God.
What we are doing is understanding how we can experience Christ through the art of deep meditation, or what might be described as self-hypnosis.
Your hypnotherapist will take a detailed history and, with some conditions, may request permission from you to write to their doctor, to let them know you are having hypnotherapy.
The hypnotherapist will then discuss your goal(s) and what you would like to see or feel at the end of your sessions.
Using a range of different techniques, your hypnotherapist will relax you, help you feel comfortable, and work with you towards achieving your goal(s).
After a session, you may feel uplifted, lighter, and very relaxed. Very often, change is very subtle, as your hypnotherapist will be working with your subconscious mind, and you may just notice a very positive shift in how you are feeling.
Given most people reading this will have agreed that at some point in their life (based upon the above scenarios) they have experienced being in a trance, the question is: did you give up control of your mind to someone else when you were listening to music, reading the book, watching the movie, or daydreaming? Of course, you did not; you were in control of your mind the whole time. In situations like this, you are in a hypnotic trance, and you still have the power to emerge from that state if wished. Whatever or whoever hypnotizes you, you always have the power to resist.
When you realize that you are the one in control, when you decide how deeply into hypnosis you wish to go, then you become aware of what hypnosis is. A hypnotherapist is a guide and helps you on a journey, but you can only make the change.
Often the realization that you are in control and that you can make the change yourself is very empowering. You’ll find that the more often you going into hypnosis, aware that you are doing it, the more you realize how easy it is to let go, secure in the knowledge that you can always stop a session if you feel uncomfortable.
Hypnosis is a natural state of mind; people are often surprised that they hear every word and could get up and walk out of the room at any moment. Unless you enter a deeper state, you may not seem any different, just very relaxed.
It’s similar to drifting off to sleep at night, that stage when you are not quite awake and not quite asleep, you may feel a sense of weightlessness, or you may feel heaviness as all your muscles relax. Everyone experiences it differently, and your therapist will be able to reassure you and help you relax and enjoy the experience.
Most people are surprised at just how relaxing it is.
When the health-care professional is well trained in both the utilization of hypnosis as a specialty or sub-specialty and is qualified to treat any specific problem, clinical hypnotherapy can be utilized for a variety of mental health and medical issues. Some people seem to have higher initial hypnotic responsiveness, while others may need more training to reach sound levels of hypnosis for hypnotic therapy. However, according to Milton H. Erickson, M.D., who is considered the world’s leading authority on hypnosis, everyone is hypnotizable and can benefit.
Of course, hypnosis is most effective when the client or patient is motivated to change. Therefore, it is important to keep in mind that hypnotherapy, like any other therapeutic modality, can benefit some people more than others.
Clinical hypnotherapy can be used in various ways. For one, guided mental imagery is compelling in a state of mind, such as hypnosis. The mind responds to imagery to assist in bringing about personal changes and desired outcomes. A client with an unwanted behavior may be encouraged in hypnosis to imagine acting differently and more appropriately vividly. The unconscious mind then tends to bring about the imagined change. Another client, with a fear of some sort, might be invited to imagine being a supportive advisor to herself, and as a result, find the fearful response no longer troubles her. Athletes, teachers, and business people are currently being taught to use hypnotic mental imagery to enhance their performances.
Another basic hypnotic approach that is often used by Hypnotherapists is to offer hypnotic and post-hypnotic suggestions to the client. Suggestions given while in hypnosis are more likely to be accepted by the client’s unconscious. When hypnotic suggestions are given that encourage beneficial changes, they can dynamically influence the client’s life into the future.
Clinical hypnosis can also be used better to understand underlying motivations for emotional or behavioral difficulties.
Hypnosis provides a safe and secure state of mind in which to both examine the roots of problems and explore promising alternatives. The Hypnotherapist can then help the client select from the alternatives and make healthier choices.
Mental health applications include but are not limited to: Addictions, allergies, anger, anxiety, phobia, stress management, post-traumatic stress, bed-wetting, depression, sports performance, smoking cessation, obesity and weight management, sleep disorders, stress-related high blood pressure, self-image, sexual dysfunctions, concentration, test anxiety and learning disorders, interpersonal communications, fitness, marriage and family issues, undesirable behaviors and habits, abuse.
Medical applications include but are not limited to childbirth, gastrointestinal disorders, skin problems, warts, pain, relief of nausea, and vomiting associated with chemotherapy and pregnancy.
First, it is vital to get a proper diagnosis before beginning. A wrong diagnosis could be harmful.
Second, the hypnotherapist must be professionally trained and someone whom you can trust. Indeed, it is crucial to ascertain that their character and values line up with yours.
Third, you can simply invite a family member or close friend to sit in on the first session as a “safety” measure. The therapist is working with your brain, and it’s important to have the safe back-up of a trusted companion to observe what’s going on and be certain that all is well.
In spiritual warfare, it’s important to remember that every area of our lives that is not under the direct care and influence of the Holy Spirit is open to control by a demonic spirit. Notice the difference between control and influence. God intends for us to be free to make our own decisions. He will never take control of our minds. However, we are influenced by the Spirit, who lives within us.
On the other hand, Satan desires to take control of our minds. That’s why Paul warns us to take every thought captive: “We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ” (2 Corinthians 10:5). Paul says that we must be careful to guard what goes into our minds lest we open up an unprotected area where Satan can gain control.
So the question is, “Can hypnosis open my mind in any way that might allow Satan to get control of my thinking?” Unexpectedly for many of us, the truth is that during hypnosis, you often have more control over your mind than ever before. During a trance, your mind is no longer racing or full of confusion, anxiety, anger, or depression, and more. Just because you may be more susceptible to suggestions in no way means that you will lose control of your mind and do things that you never intended to do.
Clients have experienced transformational change in as little as 3 sessions, but each individual is different. How many sessions you want to have is completely up to you. My suggested packages are above, but can be customized to suit your specific needs.