“Rochelle is a lifesaver. Her specialized work in Clinical Hypnotherapy and therapy changed my life. The results were very quick. And, I now have a sense of freedom and safety. Beyond grateful. ”
What is it?
It Helps People Reframe Destructive Patterns and Thrive!
My Version Mashes Together Spiritual Psychology & Hypnosis together. By combining these two modalities and adding a sprinkling of Buddhism you will experience a level of freedom that includes mindfulness and peace! Overcome your addictions, your obsessions and your fears with Clinical Hypnotherapy. Hypnosis helps the subconscious mind to reframe and change destructive patterns.
Health benefits of Hypnosis
Trouble Sleeping, Insomnia, & Sleepwalking. Hypnosis may be a helpful tool if you sleepwalk or struggle with falling and staying asleep
Anxiety. Relaxation techniques — including hypnosis — can sometimes ease anxiety
Physical health i.e. IBS
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Symptoms.
Chronic or persistent pain is pain that carries on for longer than 12 weeks despite medication or treatment. Shorten the healing time with clinical hypnotherapy.
“I just had my third session with Rochelle in approximately three years, and the reason I see her so infrequently is because if how damn effective she is. I saw her first while suffering acute trauma; Rochelle was recommended to me after EMDR treatment failed.
It was like she just flipped a switch in my brain. My relief was so profound after just one session, that I didn't even listen to the hypnosis recording."
~ Alissa W.
Get rid of what is upsetting you!
THIS IS THE CORE OF IT
Your Hypnotherapy session is customized and recorded to support you!
Rochelle creates life-altering experiences so that you can live a more authentic life.
It is one thing to work with the “conscious mind”
HOW DOES HYPNOTHERAPY WORK?
The conscious mind is an evolutionary outcome of everything you have learned and experienced. Most of your life has become habitual. Hypnotherapy interrupts these habits and ways of thinking and steers you towards a different tomorrow.
As an example
“I no longer want to eat the chocolate cake” or, “I really want to stop smoking now” which represents our will-power, reasoning, and logic, but, the subconscious mind and it’s library of associations, what we have learned in childhood often has a different plan. It’s saying…
Your sub-conscious mind
“I love chocolate cake, or, smoking relaxes me,” and it is these associations, that must be reprogrammed. Your new positive intentions are supported using hypnotherapy to reprogram the sub-conscious mind.
End the feelings for good
Abandonment & Fears
This is also true for abandonment and fears & anything that is disturbing your peace, like old habits and early childhood traumas that get triggered.
You play out your past
What we learn as children
Is doomed to play out in your life if it remains unconscious. “What we learn as children we become as adults.” Hypnotherapy makes you become conscious of what you are not yet conscious of. This is answers the question of what Clinical Hypnotherapy is and How it Works?
In 2001 The British Psychological Society commissioned a working group to write a formal report on hypnosis.
The results are in
The remit given to the working group was: “to provide a considered statement about hypnosis and important issues concerning its application and practice in a range of contexts, notably for clinical purposes, forensic investigation, academic research, entertainment and training.”
The results are in: Hypnotherapy has Therapeutic Effectiveness:
- “Enough studies have now accumulated to suggest that the inclusion of hypnotic procedures may be beneficial in the management and treatment of a wide range of conditions and problems encountered in the practice of medicine, psychiatry, and psychotherapy.” (BPS, 2001)
- “There is convincing evidence that hypnotic procedures are effective in the management and relief of both acute and chronic pain and in assisting in the alleviation of pain, discomfort, and distress due to medical and dental procedures and childbirth”. (BPS, 2001)
- “Hypnosis and the practice of self-hypnosis may significantly reduce general anxiety, tension, and stress in a manner similar to other relaxation and self-regulation procedures.”
“Likewise, hypnotic treatment may assist in insomnia in the same way as other relaxation methods.” (BPS, 2001)
Treating Depression With Hypnosis: Integrating cognitive-Behavioral and Strategic Interventions – As a pioneer in the use of hypnosis in treating depression, Dr. Michael Yapko brings readers the newest research data about overcoming depression as well as detailed examples of hypnotic strategies at work in the clinical context. Download the Report “The Nature of Hypnosis 2001”
Most people in the world associate hypnosis with a form of entertainment BUT IT’S NOT!
The cliché clock swaying back and forth in front of a volunteer’s face that magically convinces them that they are a chicken or convinces them to bark like a dog. It’s entertaining to witness these silly antics on stage; however, when taken more seriously, clinical hypnosis can be used as a very effective therapeutic and enlightening tool. Hypnotherapy allows you to navigate subconscious feelings, release and heal them, and then create a better version of yourself.
Hypnosis has been practiced within professions such as psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians, dentists, chiropractors, marriage counselors, social workers, nurses, and physical therapists.
- Use the power of suggestion to change the perception of what people feel, see and hear
- Combat health problems like smoking and losing weight where other methods have failed
- Recover faster from injuries, use less medication and spend less time in the hospital than patients with standard care have
- Reduce pain cessation
Recent articles in mainstream media like Forbes, Discover Magazine, New York Times, and ScienceDaily.com report the trends:
- Forbes “Getting Hip to Hypnosis” View…
- New York Times “Using Hypnosis to Gain More Control Over Your Illness” View…
- New York Times “The Possibilities in Hypnosis, Where the Patient Has the Power” View…
- Science Daily “Coll Imagery Lowers Hot Flashes through Hypnotherapy” View…
- Discover Magazine “Hypnosis Works” View…
- Psychology Today “The Power of Hypnosis” View…
- WebMD Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Health Center & Hypnotherapy. View…
- WebMD Mental Health and Hypnotherapy. View…
- Clinical hypnosis can be used to treat depression. View…
- WebMD Anxiety Disorders and Hypnotherapy. View...
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Hypnotherapy works quickly on a wide range of difficult life situations.
IT'S JUST LIKE A DAYDREAM
WHAT IS A HYPNOTIC TRANCE STATE?
To gain a better understanding of what it is like to be in a hypnotic trance, think about when you daydream; you wake up realizing that you are sitting at your desk in the office, you have been looking out the window and now you are back in the present moment, back at the task in front of you. You were in the land of daydreaming far off from anything work-related. Perhaps you were on a vacation in France or a dancer in front of a delightful audience. The world is no longer around you, but just a minute ago, another world existed. Daydreaming is similar to hypnosis. Depending upon one’s suggestibility, a person can go in and out of trance-like states several times a day.
Hypnosis happens when the conscious and subconscious mind comes together. In this state, you are not asleep or awake. It is somewhere in between.
Hypnotic sleep is a twilight experience. Hypnosis is a heightened state of awareness that in a positive way alters the state of consciousness. When in this state, you are aware of your surroundings including all the noises around you. On another level, you feel distant from those sounds and surroundings; it is as if there is an absence of time. Hypnosis is a focus of concentration were visualizing and imagining take place. While in the state of hypnosis, the subconscious mind is open and receptive to receive positive images and suggestions.
The hypnotherapist specifically designs the client’s session based upon client needs and desires.
Hypnosis occurs when an overload of message units and information comes into the conscious mind. The conscious mind has a difficult time handling the amount of data it is receiving so an escape occurs. This escape is called the fight and flight mechanism. When the flight and flight mechanism has been activated, one’s suggestibility has been heightened and the subconscious mind can be more easily accessed. Whether a person is in self-hypnosis or has help from a therapist, the subject must want the experience. The subject will only do what they want to do; they are in control at all times. Because of the fact that the client must have the desire to be hypnotized, all hypnosis can be considered self-hypnosis.