Hypnotherapy; Make Positive Changes Easier. Part of the Common Crow Natural Market ‘Wellness Wednesday’ Series. Wednesday. January 24th. 6 – 7 pm. At Tree Top Yoga, 3A Pond Rd. Gloucester MA
Free, but Advance Registration Recommended to guarantee your space. To Register Contact – Common Crow Natural Market at 978-283-1665. For More Information About Hypnosis Contact – 978-283-4258 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resolve to Make Change in this New Year. The new year often brings renewed commitment to make positive lifestyle changes. Hypnotherapy and the use of self-hypnosis can help make it easier to get motivated to make changes, and then make it easier to also stick with the changes.
In this lecture you will learn – About the natural state of hypnosis, hypnotizability, and what to expect in a session. Case studies and evidence-based research will be presented. Questions answered.
How Can Hypnosis Help? What are Your Goals?
In my practice, these are just some of the conditions and issues my clients have sought hypnosis for:
- Behavioral Changes – Stop Smoking, Reduce Weight, Exercise More, Eat Healthier
- Personal Growth – More Time For Self, Change Jobs, Learn a New Skill or Language
- Overcome Fears – Flying, Public Speaking, Test Taking, Stage Performance
- Improve Athletic Performance – Golf, Mountain Biking, Skiing, Tennis
- Health Improvement – Stress and Pain Management, Better Blood Pressure
- Adjunct to Medical Care – Hot flashes, Asthma, Itching, IBS, Prepare for Surgery
Join me for this fun, informative, interactive and relaxing lecture. Everyone that wishes to will have a chance to enjoy relaxation techniques during the presentation. Space is limited. Reserve today!
Note: Hypnosis, hypnotherapy and other complementary therapies are offered as supportive care and are not meant to be used as a substitute to conventional medical care. A doctor’s referral may be required in some cases. Caution: There are some contraindications and precautions for the use of hypnosis, meditation and deep relaxation. Contact your physician before using hypnosis. For safe, coordinated care, it’s important for all of the professionals involved in your health to communicate and cooperate. Let your doctor know if you are using complementary therapies. Choosing a Provider.
My Personal and Professional Use of Hypnosis. I have been using self-hypnosis personally for over 30 years, successfully stopping smoking and overcoming public speaking anxiety. While there are no guarantees, as the Clinical Hypnotherapist (2000-2011) for North Shore Medical Center’s Wellness & Integrative Therapies and in my private practice, hundreds of people reported being helped by their sessions.
Thanks Karen. I did it! — Ellen B. Beverly MA
As they say …, “the sky’s the limit!” One of my favorite sessions was helping this woman overcome a fear of heights to ride with her husband in a hot air balloon. It’s never too late – My oldest client stopped smoking at the age of 85. My youngest client at 10, found self-hypnosis helpful to reduce stress. Many clients I see are teens and young adults, making the transition from high school to college. Others, adults wanting to change negative habits and behaviors or improve their health in some way. When it comes to making positive changes, recognizing a need for change and wanting to make change are often the most important factors.
Wishing You the Best in Health, Karen
Karen Pischke BSN, RN, CCRN Alumnus, Author, Speaker, Nurse Researcher, Certified Hypnotherapist, Tobacco Treatment Specialist, Usui Reiki Teacher/Komyo Shihan. Owner/Founder of Dreamtime Wellness LLC. Your Bridge to Health. Promoting Optimal Wellness for Mind, Body and Spirit. Karen is a registered nurse with a background in critical care nursing, cardiac rehabilitation and risk factor reduction, wellness and integrative healthcare. Incorporating a collaborative, integrative approach, Karen strives to educate and provide evidence-based services and self-care tools that improve health, happiness and wellbeing. www.DreamtimeWellness.com. Find us on Instagram and Facebook
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