Healing with Hypnosis & Meditation

Think of the things in your life that you want to change.  How many of them are related to your habits, thought patterns, or past or current experiences?  Would you be open to a different way of thinking?  Hypnosis is a centuries-old practice and a technique for putting someone  into a state of concentration where they are more suggestible and thus more open to messages about breaking bad habits or changing in other positive ways.  Modern hypnosis addresses issues ranging from PTSD and trauma to addictions to mental health and pain management.  It can be achieved in-person or across the miles using technology. Kim Nagle, of Creative Hypnosis has been conducting hypnotherapy and training hypnotherapists for over 20 years and has proven success with all ages.  She has been verified by Psychology Today since 2013 and presents impressive credentials and testimonials.

Verified July 17, 2013


Post Traumatic Stress is a condition that may occur after experiencing or witnessing some life-threatening event such as military combat, natural disasters, terrorist or mass shooting incidents, serious accidents or tragedies, or violent personal assaults like rape, child abuse, home invasion, the sudden loss of a family member or loved one or psychological trauma such as divorce or mental abuse.  Many people who experience these traumas are able to return to a normal life after a period of healing.  However, there are many other people who develop a serious stress reaction that will not go away on its own and may even get worse over time, affecting their daily lives and relationships.  Creative Hypnosis specializes in trauma hypnotherapy with adults and children and a specialized technique called Holographic Memory Resolution to help these individuals find peace and normalcy.  Read More...


Addiction is defined as "the fact of being dependent upon a particular substance, thing or activity". Addiction is used to describe the unhealthy relationship that many have with drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, food, gambling, sex, porn, exercise or any other external source of escape or pleasure. Many addictions are secondary to underlying stress conditions, social anxieties or traumas that, once resolved, can allow the person to make healthier choices for a fulfilling life.  While not intended as a substitute for treatment in extreme cases, hypnosis can supplement a treatment plan by helping the individual to explore their stressors, frustrations, past experiences and anxiety and identify and release the restrictions, memories, blocks and hesitations that have been feeding their need for self-medicating behavior.  Many individuals have found long-term success with smoking cessation and weight loss using hypnotherapy.  Read more...

Mental Health

One out of every five adults will be diagnosed with a mental illness in any given year. Fifty percent of all adults will exhibit the symptoms of a mental illness at some point in their lives.  Hypnotherapy can help to alleviate the symptoms of bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety and phobias including mania, overwhelming fear, sadness, guilt, hopelessness, loss of concentration, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, over-eating/appetite loss and others by suggesting new positive messages and changing any unwanted habits, patterns and behaviors related to the illness.  Through the use of hypnosis and positive self talk, the doorway to the subconscious can be opened so that important and affirming new information can be introduced through suggestion.  Read more...


Interested in Furthering Your Personal Development?

Creative Hypnosis offers Hypnosis Training, Workshops and Events!

Creative Hypnosis welcomes individuals to our office at 416 Highland Avenue, Building B, Suite C in Cheshire, Connecticut for Hypnotherapy services.
Hypnotherapy is now just a click away from anywhere, as video conferencing has made our world smaller.  Creative Hypnosis conducts sessions with individuals using Skype, FaceTime, Whatsapp and other video chat platforms.
Creative Hypnosis will conduct consultations and in some cases, provide some services by phone.

Twenty Years of Experience as a Therapist and Educator

Kim Nagle, GH, CH, CI

Kim Nagle was trained as a psychotherapist in London, UK at the Psychosynthesis and Education Trust.  Upon graduation, she remained in London to train for another year at the world famous Tavistock Clinic. After becoming interested in hypnosis and other alternative modalities, Ms. Nagle now practices hypnotherapy, Emotional Freedom Technique, guided meditation, meditation, Holographic Memory Resolution, bi-lateral brain stimulation and teaches clients and group members about brain entrainment. Read more...