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In hypnotherapy, it's understood that you are not broken. You're doing the best you can with the knowledge, training and experience you have. Because you are not broken, we neither fix nor cure you.
We simply gives you new knowledge and training, in other words, holding hands with your inner child, so that together you can change unwanted behaviors and eliminate unwanted beliefs.

Premarital Counseling

Premarital Coaching

Building Your Confidence As You Plan Your Wedding

If you’re considering premarital Coaching, I want to encourage you to do so for many reasons.  Frankly you probably have one of two rationales for checking in on this website.

  1. You want to learn all of the tools and resources you can find to build the long-lasting marriage of your dreams.

  2. Or you have some concerns already that you and your partner need to grow around to make this relationship sizzle.

Research indicates that couples who engage in some form of premarital coaching report a 30 per cent increase in marital satisfaction. Premarital coaching can teach you the tools that research has identified to be present in couples with high levels of relationship satisfaction.

Pregnancy and Childbirth

Pregnancy is often regarded with excitement, but no matter how eagerly a child's birth is anticipated, stress and other forms of emotional distress are still likely to occur during the challenging period of pregnancy. Pregnancy issues may be mild or serious, but they can affect the health of the mother or child, put strain on a romantic partnership, and lead to life changes, both predicted and unpredictable.

When concerns that arise during pregnancy or after birth cause distress or otherwise affect one's mental health, the support of a therapist or other mental health professional may be helpful.

Marriage Coaching

Sometimes, marriages do not succeed. The end of a marriage can be a relief to some people, but it can also be an extremely stressful event. Even the partner who chooses to leave may experience a wide range of emotions and intense feelings that may be painful or difficult, such as grief, guilt, anger, confusion, fear, shame, and anxiety. If children are involved, the stress level within a divorcing family is likely to be even higher.

People sometimes seek therapy to help them decide whether to stay in a marriage or leave. Others may seek help in counseling to make the transition from being married to being single again. Both these goals can be addressed in individual or couples therapy.

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Insomnia is difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep and is often considered chronic if it happens at least three nights per week for three months or longer.


A phobia can be described as an intense fear—which may be considered irrational—of a particular place, situation, animal, or object. This will typically be avoided by the person experiencing the phobia, and when it must be endured, it generally provokes significant fear and/or anxiety. Certain phobias may be more common than others, such as arachnophobia, ophidiophobia, acrophobia, and agoraphobia (the fear of spiders, snakes, heights, and open or crowded spaces, respectively), while some phobias may be much rarer.

When a phobia is so severe that it interferes with the ability to function, a therapist or other mental health professional may be able to help the person affected address and explore ways to overcome fear, anxiety, and other effects of the phobia.

Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety Disorders are characterized by a sense of doubt and vulnerability about future events. The attention of anxious people is focused on their future prospects, and the fear that those future prospects will be bad. Anxiety Disorders are characterized by a variety of symptoms involving anxious thoughts, unexplained physical sensations, and avoidant or self-protective behaviors.

A person, whose primary problem is depression, rather than anxiety, generally doesn't show the same fear and uncertainty that people do with anxiety disorders. Depressed people are not so preoccupied with worrying about what might happen to them in the future. They think they already know what will happen, and they believe it will be bad, the same bad stuff that's happening to them now.

If you have the troubles described in this article, you are well advised to discuss these problems with a professional therapist.

Acceleration of post-surgical wound healing

Results of this preliminary trial, conducted by Harvard Medical School, indicate that use of a targeted hypnotic intervention can accelerate postoperative wound healing.

Dr. Carol Ginandes, Department of Psychology, Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital


Addiction is a condition that results when a person ingests a substance (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, nicotine) or engages in an activity (e.g., gambling, sex, shopping) that can be pleasurable but the continuation of which becomes compulsive and interferes with ordinary responsibilities and concerns, such as work, relationships, or health. People who have developed an addiction may not be aware that their behavior is out of control and causing problems for themselves and others.

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