By Kim Shuffield-Johnson, LCSW

Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist

What  are you, or someone you know, challenged with?

Grief and Loss?

Trauma or PTSD?

Chronic Health Issues?

Insomnia or Restful Sleep?

Fears or Phobias?

Anxiety or Panic?

Food Addition or Emotional Eating?

Smoking or Chewing Tobacco?

Self-Esteem or Self Confidence?

Feeling Stuck in a Relationship or Job?

Anger or Resentment?

Depression, Sadness or Feeling Hopeless?

Public Speaking?


Pre-Post Surgery Anxiety or Pain?

Blocks or Barriers?

​Hypnotherapy or hypnosis is simply a focused, yet relaxed state of mind.

Medical hypnotherapy can decrease blood pressure  and heart rate, putting one’s physical body at ease. Working with memories,  hypnotherapy helps you to re-frame,  relax, absorb, dissociate, respond, and reflect. The process reconstructs  healthier associations with your past events. Dealing with a wide range of issues, such as chronic pain, stress, anxiety and depression, you can become  responsive to new solutions that can lead to personal development  through hypnotherapy.

You may think, “I can’t be hypnotized.”  This may be because they fear a loss of control.  Regardless of how deeply you may relax in hypnosis, you always remain in full control. By accessing the subconscious mind, you are actually able to exercise greater control and tap into more of your inner resources.  

Clinical Hypnotherapy has been recognized by the American Medical  Association since 1958 as an effective therapeutic modality.  It is integrated with traditional medical treatments and holistic wellness therapies.

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