Please, before you consider Hypnosis work, ask yourself
“Do I really want to change?”
The term “hypnosis” is derived from the Greek word hypnos, meaning “sleep.” Hypnotic or suggestive therapy is the oldest of all healing techniques. From the “Sleep Temples” of Egypt through the histories of ancient Greece and Rome, some form of hypnosis has been an intimate part of many ancient cultures.
In the past 40 years, hypnosis has emerged as a respected complementary health modality. Professionals such as doctors, educators, psychotherapists and allied health professionals have included hypnosis in their practice.
In 1958, both the American Medical Association and the American Psychological Hypnosis Association recognized hypnosis as a valid medical procedure. Since 1995, the National Institute of Health (NIH) has recommended hypnotherapy as a treatment for chronic pain.
Hypnotherapy is a therapeutic modality, which utilizes hypnosis for a powerful healing transformation.
It is gentle but effective and its progress is rapid. When we seek to work directly with the subconscious mind, we are accessing the roots of our current feelings, behaviors and beliefs.
Clinical hypnotherapy refers to the use of hypnosis as a means of therapeutic intervention, or as a part of a larger therapeutic program.
Clinical Hypnotherapists require stringent certifications and they are governed by a comprehensive code of ethics.
There are as many uses for hypnosis as there are needs.
None of the services provided at Adventure into Time and Beyond is intended to diagnose, treat, or prescribe for medical or mental health issues.
These services are not a substitute for medical or psychological treatment from a licensed provider.