What can Hypnotherapy do for YOU?
What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy is different than the practice of medicine or psychological counseling. In a nutshell, we use the art and science of suggestion to help you establish new patterns of thought, feeling and behavior that serve you better. We do this using proven techniques and methods that are respectful, safe,and effective.
A unique combination of services
Rising Star offers a unique combination of services. In addition to Hypnotherapy and Coaching, we offer Acupuncture when appropriate. This is available onsite through our partnership with Eva Kwong Acupuncture. Clients who take advantage of both services (Hypnotherapy and Acupuncture) receive the powerful benefits of collaborating practitioners working holistically to serve your needs.
We offer specialized, extremely effective programs in many areas including:
Enjoy the benefits of Therapeutic Hypnosis
Enjoy Effective Job Interviews
Supercharged Exam Performance
Dissolve Fears and Limiting Beliefs
Move On and Thrive after a Breakup
Maximize Performing Arts Opportunities
Improve Learning, Reading Comprehension
Relax for Dental and Medical Appointments
Stop Smoking and Smokeless Tobacco
Enjoy Effective Public Speaking
Be Your Ideal Weight
How Does Hypnotherapy Work?
The practice of Hypnotherapy allows us to engage your unconscious processes and align them more effectively with your conscious desires and goals.
The conscious processes
Your conscious processes handle navigation through the physical world and decision making as you go through your daily life. This part of you analyzes, makes value judgements and evaluates your performance in various situations.
The conscious functions are limited as to the number of different bits of information they can process simultaneously. In fact, research has shown this number to be Seven, Plus or Minus Two (George A. Miller, 1956 ). So the conscious mind filters out what it deems unimportant and focuses on what it considers important. You experience this filtering process constantly.
For example, at a crowded, noisy party you can easily keep your attention focused on a conversation with an attractive member of the opposite sex. The many distractions all around you are still there, they are just screened out.
The unconscious processes
The unconscious processes are mostly outside of your normal awareness. These operate in a much more intuitive, multidimensional, non-linear way.
Your unconscious processes are extremely powerful and well protected. This protection is a generally a good thing, as the unconscious tends to follow the directives that manage to reach it if the directives don't conflict with beliefs it already holds.
Certified Member, National Guild of Hypnotists