What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is when hypnosis is used in a therapeutic manner. Hypnosis does not need to be scary, it’s a beautiful blend of focus with relaxation in an awake state and you are in complete control. It is a normal, natural state that we go in and out of every day, but when used in a therapeutic manner with someone trained in Hypnotherapy, people can achieve extraordinary results in their lives.

Research has proven how much hypnosis helps people mentally, emotionally, physically, and energetically.  It is an incredibly effective way to change negative habits, let go of beliefs that are limiting you, and develop a better mindset for unlimited possibilities!

By engaging in hypnosis, you allow your mind to be more open to and accepting of suggestions for positive change. Entering a deeper level of consciousness during hypnosis simply permits you to access your subconscious mind more easily, thereby harnessing its abilities to assist you. As a hypnotist, my role is merely to guide you to this relaxed, focused state.


The purpose of hypnosis as a therapeutic technique is to help you understand and gain more control over your behavior, emotions or physical well-being.

~The Mayo Clinic

Hypnotherapy Programs I Currently Offer

Healthy Living


Personal Development

Test Prep

Other areas I can help with…

Quitting Smoking
Sports Performance
Conquering Bad Habits…or Developing Good Ones!

Free 15-minute consultation to discuss your needs

Studies show that hypnosis can be effective in treating everything from chronic pain to poor study habits. Chances are it can work for you.

~Psychology Today

What would you like to improve?

Contact me to discuss your needs.

All sessions are currently being done via Zoom…so you can be anywhere!

All cancellations/reschedules must be made within 48 hours of appointment. All cancellations made less than 48 hours of the scheduled appointment incur a $75 late fee. All no shows will incur a no-show fee of $200.

There are NO REFUNDS.
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