Because you are visiting my site, you must have an interest in the use of hypnosis. When you pursue this interest with a hypnotist in Oregon, I'd like to suggest you request a consultation before making an appointment.
There are many different applications of hypnosis styles and techniques. The experience and professionalism of the hypnotist is important.
I know this aids in my client's high success rates and overall satisfaction. Our mutual commitment to reach your goals helps ensure our success.
Emily Cahal, CHt
How Hypnosis Works
Using analytical hypnosis to address issues, such as: weight loss, smoking, depression, childbirth, stress, sports performance, confidence, habits, cravings, and fears, is about behavior modification. There is a developed behavior that is guiding your automatic reactions to events.
These reactions are based on your previous experience. When you are trying to change a behavior, it can be a very real struggle as your conscious mind attempts to change what your subconscious mind already has in place. You can compare it to the mindless way you may have trained yourself to lock the door when you get in the car. At first it takes conscious effort. Eventually it becomes automatic, to the point that you may not even know if you locked it or not without checking. Once that simple habit is in place, changing it is possible with some effort and repetition.
A habit can become stronger and more complex when you apply emotions and time. If someone has a strong fear about car doors being unlocked, they probably took on that fear at some fearful time in the past. It could have been someone's innocent statement about car-jackings, a horror movie or a personal fearful moment. Any of those situations have the potential to create a fear behavior. The emotional content of this habit makes changing that behavior more involved. The simple fact that our mind does create behaviors means that our mind can change them, if we understand how.
Hypnotherapy has shown to be a rapid way to change behaviors, especially with modern hypnosis techniques. When using the very same principles behind our natural behavior creation, we can easily quit old habits as well as create new ones.
How Can Hypnosis Help You?
End your fight for control of your food choices, portions, snacking, and exercise. Changing your eating behavior with hypnosis allows you to make educated choices, free from inner conflict, will result in a healthy weight loss and improved life style.
You know you want to quit smoking at the very same time a part of you wants to continue. How much easier would it be to stop smoking if you had the right tools for the job?
Learn how to teach your body to respond with its full athletic potential. Hypnosis increases the power of creative visualization. Many clients have improved their game literally overnight with a single hypnotherapy session. This will often involve visualization to create muscle memory. Then, formal hypnosis to boost the expectation of success and reduce any fear of failure.
You know life should feel better, but it isn't. It can be different. Depression and grief can be our minds' natural reaction to events. Hypnosis can help a person's mind deal with these memories of sadness, loss, fear and anxiety, to actually feel freedom from them.
Repeated clinical studies show the sensation of pain is a function of your cortex and is based off of previous experience and expectations. Hypnosis makes use of this basic principle to reduce pain and help you manage your sense of well-being.
Much of our stress can be attributed to our learned behaviors in reacting to stress triggers. Stress can be a sense of feeling anxiety, fear, nervousness and being overwhelmed. Addressing these learned behaviors reduces the amount of stress and anxiety we experience. The remaining situational stress can then be more comfortably managed with self-hypnosis techniques.
Remission of tinnitus is very possible with a high-quality program that includes hypnosis. When remission does not initially occur, reducing the volume and emotional stress around tinnitus is extremely beneficial.
Natural childbirth using hypnosis benefits both the mother and the child; labor time is reduced for a less stressful experience, no medication means no side effects, quicker recovery time, higher APGAR scores. The baby's pre-birth position can also be addressed.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome, IBS, is estimated to affect up to 20% of the population in the U.S., of those affected, 67% are women. By comparison, only 9.5% of people are affected by depression and 7% by diabetes. The symptoms of IBS have shown to respond favorably to hypnosis techniques. Stabilizing a person's emotional state, such as stress, anger, and worry, is a large part of the process.
Hypnosis can be very helpful when you want to recover memories. Whether you want to find your lost keys or want to remember a past event. While hypnosis is great for recall, it is important to understand how the mind deals with memories. Memories are fluid and always subjective. You remember things through the perspective you had at the time of the experience. Memories are not always factual. Sometimes they are symbolic or a mixture of fact and symbolism. When working with memories, you need a hypnotist experienced in this work.
I believe that self-hypnosis is the basis for any strong hypnosis session when wanting long-term results. I teach a self-hypnosis rapid induction as a part of my normal session. The self-hypnosis, when used at home, is a practical way for people to reinforce the work in our sessions. This rapid induction is also used in my condensed self-hypnosis reinforcement audios.
Children respond quickly and easily with hypnosis. They rarely have the common misconceptions and fear that adults have regarding hypnosis. Hypnosis uses that part of the mind a child is often using anyway. That creative, feeling way of thinking that a child uses while playing. Study skills, anger, stress, fear, nail biting, self-confidence, sports, anxiety, depression, and eating habits are all things that children may experience. These will be sensitively handled and can be successfully modified with hypnosis.
Becoming a hypnotist is a rewarding experience. Whether the goal is being a professional hypnotist, using hypnosis as an adjunct to your current profession, or just to satisfy your curiosity, hypnosis training offers you practical skills you can put to real-world use.
Listed below are some of the issues I have successfully worked with in my Salem office:
*Medically diagnosed conditions are addressed using a doctor referral
†When presented issue has an underlying emotional cause rather than physiological
*While professional hypnosis is a drug-free, natural alternative for many issues, hypnosis is complementary to conventional medicine.
While I happily receive client thanks yous and testimonials, I avoid using these in my marketing. Testimonials are anecdotal. This means they have little value in determining your likelihood of success. Rather, they are a powerful marketing tool used to persuade a target audience. If you would like to know what I can do for you and your unique situation, contact me.