Hypnosis for Depression
Is depression keeping you down? Is it preventing you from living the life you want to live?
While sometimes the origin of depression needs to be medically evaluated, hypnotherapy can be very effective in dealing with depression. Hypnosis for depression can assist in successfully changing the negative thought patterns that keep recreating this sometimes debilitating disorder. You are taught productive and positive therapies and tools which allow you to reach and deal with core issues and take control of your life.
Hypnotherapy for depression engages your powerful subconscious mind, reinforcing positive suggestions, giving you the ability to rise above depression and enjoy a more satisfying and healthy life while reaching your full potential and success.
If you find yourself depressed in the Los Angeles, Encino, Tarzana, Woodland Hills, Agoura, Pasadena, Glendale, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica areas, give me a call. I can help you.
*For your protection, work on depression may require a consultation and referral from a licensed physician or mental health professional. Individual results may vary; since every person is different some issues are resolved more quickly in some individuals than others.
Hello dear Ava,
Ava, as you know it has been a difficult year for me with my Mother living back East and ill. I cannot tell you what a blessing you have been in my life and how much you have helped me to learn to manage my anxiety and sadness. the calm I feel when I leave one of your sessions or just being at home and listening to one of your tapes has been an extremely important part of my well being. You are a wonderfully spiritual person who has an amazing gift. Thank you for for sharing it with me.**
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A Few Frequently Asked Questions About Hypnosis:
Please keep in mind that people suffering from psychosis, suicidal depression, or that are on medications for certain psychological stability should only be hypnotized by an experienced hypnotherapist with the client’s doctor or psychiatrist written permission.
If you have any other questions that are not answered here, please do not hesitate in contacting me at 818-314-5905.
Hypnosis is a natural, state of “altered awareness and increased suggestibility.” It is a relaxed state of mind often induced during our everyday, life. Being engrossed in a movie, novel, or missing your freeway exit is a common form of hypnosis. You experience hypnosis each night before you fall asleep.
No one loses control under hypnosis, you are always in control and you cannot do anything in hypnosis you do not want to do. You are gently guided by your hypnotherapist into a deep comfortable level of relaxation and given beneficial suggestions that move you toward your goal.
Anyone with the ability to concentrate and average intelligence can be hypnotized by a certified hypnotherapist, if they want to be.
I work in the Los Angeles, Encino, Tarzana, Woodland Hills, Agoura, Pasadena, Glendale, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica areas.
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