Many individuals turn to hypnotherapy as a alternative option for a variety of mental health issues. Phobias, past trauma, breaking bad habits and any bothersome issues can be addressed in hypnotherapy. Qualified professionals can help individuals with hypnotherapy in these areas.
The article, “How Hypnotherapy Can Improve Your Mental Health” by Nehita Abraham looks at the multiple ways hypnotherapy can help individuals mentally. She states,
“One of the most popular uses of hypnotherapy is to manage phobias and fears. Perhaps you had a traumatic experience with objects or situations like getting bitten by spiders during your childhood years. Since then, seeing even a picture of a spider already causes you to panic, feel anxious, sweat, and experience heavy breathing. Another instance is your constant fear of large crowds due to an awful experience you had in the past. ”
Please also review AIHCP’s Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification and see if it meets your academic and professional goals. The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking a four year certification in Clinical Hypnotherapy.
Autism is a difficult life for many individuals and families. Many look for additional ways to help Autistic children relax and find peace. Hypnosis is a possible way to help autistic children.
The article, “Hypnosis for Autism: Is it Beneficial?” by Lucinda Herbert looks at some benefits of hypnosis for Autistic children. She states,
“Hypnosis has been widely used for decades to help people to overcome addictive behaviors, anxiety, and depression. These are all issues that people on the autistic spectrum are more prone to and there is increasing evidence to show that hypnotherapy is particularly useful for us. Antidepressant drugs, including SSRIs and MAOIs, are commonly prescribed to children with ASD, but they have been found to be less effective than in non-autistic children (2021). This leaves us seeking non-pharmaceutical, alternative treatments in the hope they will be of more benefit.”
Hypnosis may not be the best for everyone but it can help some with Autism on an individual basis. For some it can help relaxation and peace become more accessible.
Please also review AIHCP’s Clinical Hypnotherpy Program and see if it meets your needs and goals. The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking a four year certification in Hypnotherapy.
Hypnosis is an alternative therapy that helps with so many things. It helps with grief and anxiety as well. Some grief counselors work in concert with hypnosis as a way to help others overcome negative memories that cause intense grief.
The article, “Does hypnosis work for anxiety, depression, and fear?” by Zia Sherrell and reviewed by Lea Lawrenz reviews how hypnosis can benefit those who suffer from depression, anxiety and fear. The article states,
“Hypnosis is an effective method of alleviating the symptoms of depression. Those with major depression have a decreased heart rate variability (HRV) — the variation in the time between consecutive heartbeats. According to one study, HRV significantly increases hypnosis, which may mean the technique could treat depression. However, the researchers used a very small sample size, so scientists need to carry out more studies to confirm these findings.”
Hypnosis is a great non evasive way to find results with grief.
Please also review AIHCP’s Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification Program and see if it meets your academic and professional goals. The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking a four year certification in Clinical Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy has a myriad of uses to help individuals with mental and emotional problems. Panic attacks are no exception. Many individuals utilize the calming effect of hypnosis to help them overcome chaos and panic and to find serenity and healing.
The article, “What Is Hypnotherapy? Reese Witherspoon Says She Used ‘Hypnosis’ for Panic Attacks” looks at how Reese Witherspoon also utilized it to help herself. The article also covers questions regarding hypnotherapy. The author Korin Miller states,
“Reese Witherspoon earned an Oscar nomination for her role as novice backpacker Cheryl Strayed in 2014’s Wild, and she says in a new interview that she struggled mentally with the role. Witherspoon told Tracee Ellis Ross for Interview‘s summer cover that she needed to have hypnotherapy before she could start working on the project. Witherspoon specifically said she, “had hypnosis, I was so scared.”
Please also review AIHCP’s certification program in Hypnotherapy and see if it meets your academic and professional goals. The Hypnotherapy Certification Program from AIHCP is independent study and online and open to qualified professionals seeking a four year certification in Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis can help with many phobias and fears that cripple individuals from enjoying life. Some individuals have a deep fear of flying. Anxiety can cripple them from getting onto a plane and while flying they may need medicated. These issues can possibly be helped through hypnosis.
The article, “Best of travel: Can hypnotherapy cure a chronic fear of flying?” by Dougie Gerrard looks into how hypnosis can help people deal with flying. He states,
“Ultimately, however, correctly understanding aviophobia isn’t especially important to me; the aim is to get rid of it, or at least to blunt it enough that I can always be confident of catching planes. There is a lot that I want to see in the world, and almost all of it requires flying. ”
Hypnosis can help the mind see things differently at the subconscious level and also help the mind discover the root of many issues. Through sessions, one can begin to understand the fear and eventually even possibly overcome the phobia.
Please also review AIHCP’s Hypnotherapy Certification and see if it meets your academic and professional needs. The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking a four year certification in Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis is beyond a Las Vegas stage show but in reality is a science based on how the mind and subconscious works. Hypnosis when properly employed does not put some under a mind spell but helps individuals face issues at the subconscious level. Whether dealing with past trauma or facing an addiction or fear, hypnotherapy under a trained and qualified professional can be an alternative therapy that can help many people.
The article, “Is Hypnosis Real?” by Markham Reid reviews the science behind hypnosis. He states,
“Once you’ve entered this hypnotized state — during which you’re still conscious, by the way — the person administering your hypnotherapy will suggest new ways of thinking about or engaging with the situation that’s giving you trouble. “The suggestions are different every time because people have different reasons or triggers for what they experience,” Kittle told me. For example, someone trying to overcome a phobia will require different suggestions than someone trying to quit smoking”
Please also review AIHCP’s College of Hypnotherapy’s Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification and see if it matches your academic and professional goals. The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking a four year certification in Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis can help the subconscious mind find inner healing for the body. It can re channel brain pathways to help the brain suppress bad behaviors. It can help the intuitive right side of the brain find peace and affect the left side of the brain to make better decisions. It is through this rewiring and the plasticity of the brain that the body can eliminate bad habits. One example is smoking.
The article, “Can Hypnosis Get Me to Quit Smoking?” from Healthline looks at what hypnosis is and how it can better retrain the mind and brain to deal with bad habits. The article states,
“It’s no wonder why so many people want to quit smoking. A 2019 research review Trusted Source showed that it’s the top cause of preventable illness and death in the world. Stopping can improve your health, but for many people, quitting is a huge challenge. There are many methods and products for quitting smoking. One that gets a fair amount of attention is hypnosis. Some people credit hypnosis with helping them quit”
Addiction and bad habits can be difficult to beat. Using hypnosis and imagery in a meditative stance can help one find solutions and new ways of processing cravings and reactions to those cravings. Hypnosis helps one find that state.
Please also review AIHCP’s Hypnotherapy Program as well as AIHCP’s Substance Abuse Counseling Programs. The programs are online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking four year certifications in Hypnotherapy or Addiction Counseling Training.
Hypnosis has a multitude of benefits for individuals looking to better themselves. From ceasing bad habits to losing weight, hypnosis can help. In particular, hypnosis can help individuals lose weight by reinforcing discipline and training the mind to better resist urges.
The article, “Self-Hypnosis for Weight Loss: Can It Help?” from Healthline looks at how self hypnosis can aid an individual possibly lose weight. The article states,
“Hypnotherapy alone probably won’t deliver dramatic weight loss results, but there’s evidence it can help alter the beliefs and emotional connections that interfere with your ability to modify your diet and exercise routines effectively.”
Please also review AIHCP’s Hypnotherapy Certification and see if it matches your academic and professional goals. The program is online and independent study and intended for qualified professionals seeking a four year certification in Hypnotherapy. Hypnosis has a variety of benefits and being able to help others utilize this alternative therapy is an excellent resource for healthcare and behavioral health professionals.
New Year’s resolutions are made with good intentions but rarely pass the first month of many. Diet fads, exercise, bad habits, and new goals usually do not meet the end they were intended. Individuals need to understand that resolutions are to be made in moderation. Goals should be reachable and set within time frames where small gains or alterations in behavior are gradual to avoid disappointment or let down.
It does take a strong mind to remain true to any commitment. Life Coaches can help one stay committed but it also takes the inner will. One possible way to stay focused is through hypnotherapy.
The article, “How To Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions With Hypnotherapy” by Natalie Roberts looks at how Hypnotherapy can help one stay stronger to reach the goals made on January 1st. She states,
“To learn more about why such a large portion of the population so easily throw out their resolutions so soon after the start of the new year, we sat down with Harvard MBA and Hong Kong-based hypnotherapist Christine Deschemin and asked her why resolutions are commonly left to the wayside, and how the practice of hypnotherapy and self-hypnosis can help more people stick to their resolutions and goals all year long.”
Please also review both AIHCP’s Life Coaching Program as well as AIHCP’s Clinical Hypnotherapy Program and see if they match your academic and professional goals. The programs are online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking four year certifications in Life Coaching or Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis is growing quickly in the United States as an alternative non evasive way to deal with stress, grief, trauma, bad habits, and past fears. It is far more than a mere trick but a tool with multi dimensional levels that looks to heal and help the sub conscious mind.
The article, “Hypnotherapy Benefits Are Real—but What Is This Ancient Technique, Exactly, and Should You Try It? ” by Julia Savacool looks in detail about the process of hypnotherapy and its many uses. She states,
Its resurrection as a legitimate tool for mental and physical healthcare in recent years coincides with a better understanding of how to use hypnosis together with other treatments to improve people’s well-being. “Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness,” says Willmarth. “It is not a therapy in itself, but it’s a strong adjunctive technique that takes any other therapeutic technique and makes it better. If you take behavioral therapy without hypnosis and compare it to therapy with hypnosis, you’ll see the patient has better outcomes when hypnosis is included.”
Please also review AIHCP’s Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification and see if it matches your academic and professional goals. The program is online and independently paced for qualified professionals seeking certification in Clinical Hypnotherapy