Hypnotherapy in Connecticut

Hypnotherapy in Connecticut

​Hypnotherapy is the practice of using a hypnosis state to treat a variety of health, psychological and medical problems. At best estimation, 85% of people will respond at some level to clinical hypnotherapy. It has been known to be an alternative healing method of treatment compared to conventional methods of treatment which have failed to yield desired results. When carried out by a trained and qualified hypnotherapist the benefits can be long lasting and often permanent. It is natural and safe, with no harmful side effects.

Hypnotherapy makes use of the bicameral nature of the functioning brain and the unconscious / conscious processes that occur within. Throughout our lives … the unconscious mind acts as the repository of our conditioned experience, while the conscious mind is the waking mind dealing with decision making & appraisal. In hypnotherapy, the critical faculties of the conscious mind are passed by (through the hypnotic condition) and new suggestions & ideas are placed directly into the uncritical unconscious to effect beneficial changes when the patient awakens.

What Is Clinical Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is medically accepted to benefit the following and more: unwanted habits – smoking, nail biting, bed wetting, weight control / healthy eating, improve work / study / sporting performance, boost self-confidence and achieving potential, phobias, compulsions, emotional problems, sleep problems, inhibitions, worries, reduce stress, tension and blood pressure, stomach problems, IBS, gynaecological problems – PMT, psychogenic infertility, obstetrics (painless childbirth), skin problems, pain control, minor surgery, dentistry, arthritic pains, aches and pains, some sexual problems…

Put simply, where your problem is due to habitual conditioning (habit formation), accumulated stress or unresolved events in your past then hypnotherapy can be used to access and reprogramme these complexes which are being sustained and remain active at the unconscious level.

Hypnotherapy According to Kim​​

​​​Part of hypnotherapy’s effective change is … “knowing who you want to be” and working to accomplish those goals. Kim will assist you in enhancing your self-awareness so that positive changes will start to come more naturally for you. Make the commitment to change your life now! It always starts with the first step.

“I had my first hypnotic session in 1983. From that time on I’ve been hypnotized many times helping me address a wide variety of issues. Without fully realizing it I had started on a path of healing and deep inner transformation. I studied self-hypnosis and kept being amazed with the changes in my life. The results I experienced from all forms of hypnosis were so positive I became a hypnotherapist. Now I help others to see their issues more clearly and help them on their healing path.