Welcome to the World of Medical Hypnotherapy
"In general, I believe that no condition is out
of bounds for trying hypnotherapy on."
Andrew Weil, M.D.
Harvard Medical School
**Founder and Director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine (AzCIM) at the College of Medicine
**Writer of the #1 New York Times Bestseller
COMPLIMENTARY PHONE CONSULTATION
Dr. Roth, a certified Medical Hypnotherapist, will work in tandem with traditional medical professionals to achieve a balanced, optimum emotional and physical health.
All hypnotherapy services are administered in a comfortable and safe environment and practitioners adhere to a rigorous code of ethics. In a medical setting, hypnotherapy is applied by a Medical Hypnotherapist.
If you have never used hypnosis in a clinical setting, you may not be familiar with all of the benefits of hypnosis. We offer comprehensive information on the benefits of hypnosis and the wide range of conditions that hypnosis successfully treats.
The goal of a Hypnotherapy session is to find the underlying cause or root of an illness and treat the emotional aspect that triggered it.
Hypnotherapy uses a natural state of consciousness to bring life changing results unmatched by any other form of therapy.
This study clearly points out—Hypnosis is more effective and works more quickly than traditional talk-therapy or psychoanalysis. In a hypnotic state, you are more receptive to new ideas and you can more effectively process the emotions linked to the experiences, which created pain, fear, sadness, anger, guilt, shame, humiliation and low self-esteem.
Hypnosis is a special form of communication to the subconscious mind where habits are established and memory is stored. Because the language of the subconscious mind is visual, the more detailed your image is of your goal, the faster your subconscious mind will create the changes you desire. Once your subconscious accepts a new idea, you automatically accept it at a conscious level.
Hypnosis is a natural state of the mind that is between the aware state and sleep. Driving a route you are familiar with and not being conscious of every turn you make is similar to the hypnotic state.
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A COMPARISON STUDY
A survey of psychotherapy literature
by psychologist Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D.
revealed the following recovery rates:
38% recovery after 600 sessions
72% recovery after 22 sessions
93% recovery after 6 sessions
Source: American Health Magazine
DEFINITION OF HYPNOSIS
By Mayo Clinic staff
Hypnosis, also referred to as hypnotherapy or hypnotic suggestion, is a trance-like state in which you have heightened focus, concentration and inner absorption. When you're under hypnosis, you usually feel calm and relaxed, and you can concentrate intensely on a specific thought, memory, feeling or sensation while blocking out distractions.
Under hypnosis, you're more open than usual to suggestions, and this can be used to modify your perceptions, behavior, sensations and emotions. Therapeutic hypnosis is used to improve your health and well-being and is different from so-called stage hypnosis used by entertainers. Although you're more open to suggestion during therapeutic hypnosis, your free will remains intact and you don't lose control over your behavior.
MORE ABOUT HYPNOSIS
"I should have done it years ago. It's amazing – I didn't even want cigarettes any more."
Matt Damon, describing his hypnosis experience to Jay Leno
The Tonight Show, December 2004