Check out this article by the NIH

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3755455/

Check out this article by the NIH about the integration of hypnosis into cancer care

“There has been widely publicized research on the use of hypnosis with metastatic breast cancer patients. In 1983, Spiegel and Bloom 55 found that weekly group therapy combined with hypnosis was associated with less pain sensation and suffering, and with improved mood, in metastatic breast cancer patients.”

 

 Hypnotherapy is scientifically proven as a powerful adjunctive therapy- applied along with traditional cognitive therapy. With hypnotherapy, we are addressing the potential unconscious ideas, beliefs, and emotions that often limit the patient from achieving optimal medical outcomes or potentials.

*Many of us need to accept a new purpose-when confronted with a major life challenge- and it may not be about being productive in the ways we were in the past, it is now about self- care and healing- how many people can relate to this?

*I have found in this work that a lot of people don’t give themselves permission to focus on their own healing-  how many people are taking care of everyone else, and not taking care of themselves?

*how many people have negative self -talk when they focus on this condition, or in general about themselves, while working on healing?

How many people can relate to that?

*we learn these ideas-, this internal self- talk, and this is an opportunity to change it! Join me for a weekly online Guided Imagery and Hypnosis for Healing course

Learn to engage the following:

 Breathing exercise- I teach breathing exercises that enable patients to begin to manage and shift out of a stress response and shift into a calming response

Mind/body connections & positive behaviors that correlate with treatment programs and your journey back to health-

Check out this article from the NIH about including Hypnotherapy

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4093417/

Check out this article from the NIH about including hypnotherapy as an adjunct therapy into the treatment options for patients who are suffering with cancer pain.

“There is significant evidence that hypnosis is effective at reducing cancer-related symptoms such as pain, nausea and vomiting, fatigue, and anxiety”

 “Hypnosis has been found to be not only effective in the management of procedural pain, anxiety, and distress but superior to structured attention, empathy, and IV analgesia for those conditions” 

Hypnotherapy is scientifically proven and widely accepted as a powerful adjunctive therapy- applied along with traditional cognitive therapy. With hypnotherapy, we are addressing the potential unconscious ideas, beliefs, and emotions that often limit the patient from achieving optimal medical outcomes or potentials.My role as a clinical hypnotherapist is to motivate patients to engage their mind, body and emotions on their healing journey. And I help them achieve this through focused discussion, guided imagery and exercises in creating calm and relaxation. Acting as a guide, I support patients with engaging in their treatment program and/ or their journey back to health. I help patients with directing their locus of control back to self. So join me in a weekly – online Guided Imagery and Hypnosis for Healing course!

Check out this article from the NIH

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2756503/

Check out this article from the NIH about the effective integration of hypnosis and cognitive behavioral therapy applied in the treatment options for breast cancer patients

“ The present study examined the effectiveness of a multimodal psychotherapeutic approach, combining cognitive‐behavioral therapy and hypnosis (CBTH), to reduce negative affect and increase positive affect in 40 women undergoing breast cancer radiotherapy.”

“ In other words, the CBTH intervention not only reduced negative affect, but also increased positive affect during breast cancer radiotherapy. Computation of effect sizes indicated that the effects seen here are not only statistically significant, but clinically meaningful as well (Revicki et al., 2006).”

I support patients with identifying and balancing psychological factors- such as fears, stress, negative thinking, and worry. These can be replaced with greater calm, positive thoughts and emotions, and the projection of hope into the healing of the body- as well as follow through with the behaviors that support their health by being disciplined and nurturing towards one’s self. Patients learn to identify and modify environmental, occupational, and lifestyle factors. And, for each person that could be different-as with relationships to their work, or with people, or to how they manage stress. So join me in a weekly online Guided Imagery and Hypnosis for Healing course!

Hypnotherapy is scientifically proven as a powerful adjunctive therapy- applied along with traditional cognitive therapy. With hypnotherapy, we are addressing the potential unconscious ideas, beliefs, and emotions that often limit the patient from achieving optimal medical outcomes or potentials.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4093417/ Check out this article from the NIH about including hypnotherapy as an adjunct therapy in Cancer Care

“There is significant evidence that hypnosis is effective at reducing cancer-related symptoms such as pain, nausea and vomiting, fatigue, and anxiety”

 “Hypnosis has been found to be not only effective in the management of procedural pain, anxiety, and distress but superior to structured attention, empathy, and IV analgesia for those conditions” 

Hypnotherapy is scientifically proven and widely accepted as a powerful adjunctive therapy- applied along with traditional cognitive therapy. With hypnotherapy, we are addressing the potential unconscious ideas, beliefs, and emotions that often limit the patient from achieving optimal medical outcomes or potentials.My role as a clinical hypnotherapist is to motivate patients to engage their mind, body and emotions on their healing journey. And I help them achieve this through focused discussion, guided imagery and exercises in creating calm and relaxation. Acting as a guide, I support patients with engaging in their treatment program and/ or their journey back to health. I help patients with directing their locus of control back to self. So join me in a weekly – online Guided Imagery and Hypnosis for Healing course!