Modern Hypnotherapy

Trance-End your challenges and achieve what is possible for your life

Hypnosis is an effective brain-based skill that can be easily used for controlling a variety of psychological and somatic problems.

Hypnosis is fast and powerful:

A survey of psychotherapy literature by Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D. revealed the following recovery rates:

Psychoanalysis: 38% recovery after 600 sessions
Behavior therapy: 72% recovery after 22 sessions
Hypnotherapy: 93% after 6 sessions

(Source: www.ont-hypnosis-centre.com)

What can hypnosis do for you?

At the root cause of many ailments, illness or unproductive behaviours are ‘negative’ programs and beliefs stemming from our early formative years and emotionally heavy, traumatic experiences as we move through our adult life. More often then not, these negative beliefs and programs exist outside of our conscious awareness, working their enormous influence in unseen ways. The effect on behaviour and results are like the influence of the moon on the tides: powerful, irresistible and invisible.

Hypnosis can help neutralize these unproductive beliefs and programs and transform them into productive resources.

It is empowering to realize that when attending a Hypnosis session, nobody will be changing your mental programming other than you. By integrating choices identified by you as being in your best interest, you are effectively throwing off those negatives beliefs and patterns you may have lived with up until now, redefining what is possible for you to achieve and experience.

Overall, hypnosis creates powerful change that is lasting and permanent because it helps to create and strengthen new pathways in the brain.

Ultimately it puts YOU back in charge of your life.

Hypnosis, Neuroscience and Brain Plasticity

We used to believe that the brain became fixed at a certain age; we now understand that the brain has a neuroplasticity which means that it is able to change throughout our adult life. New neural pathways can be created in the brain, which literally change the way we think, feel and act in various contexts and situations.


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If you are interested in this field of research and the evidence gathered to date, you can watch Dr David Spiegel’s video here (on left).


Prior to this new area of research, over 14,240 research studies were (and still are) published on PubMed


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