Hypnotherapy is not a replacement for medical treatment, psychological services or counseling.  Facilitators of hypnosis primary function is to assist clients in achieving wellness.

Through hypnosis one is able to:

  • Explore and change beliefs that may be preventing desired change
  • Gain insight into an issue
  • Tap into the creative mind to find solutions to the ongoing issues that need to be resolved
  • Understand where emotions stem from and change how they respond to events
  • Be receptive to suggestions that enhance well-being and health

Hypnosis is defined by the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association as an education and communication process to a person's mind that allows the conscious and subconscious mind to believe the same message. During Hypnosis, the body and conscious mind are in a relaxed neutral state, while the subconscious remains awake and receptive to suggestion. 


We enter a natural state of hypnosis every day.  Anytime we become very focused and disassociate from the present is a natural state of hypnosis.   The following are natural trance states that you may have experienced:

  • Driving without paying attention to your surroundings
  • Tuning out/daydreaming when someone is talking to you
  • Becoming engrossed in a sport, hobby or activity
  • Feeling emotional when reading an emotionally charged book or watching a tear jerker movie
  • As you fall asleep, noticing that you are having dream-like thoughts even though you aren’t asleep yet

When used therapeutically, hypnosis is a powerful way to help people reach their potential by allowing a communication and re-education process that allows the conscious and subconscious to believe the same message.