Several hospitals and medical schools each year are having their staff add hypnosis to their skill sets. Everyone—from dentists to nurses to psychotherapists to heart surgeons—is learning the craft of hypnosis to use as an auxiliary tool to other forms of treatment.
So, I’m going to amend Schopenhauer’s quote a bit here, and say,
“Hypnosis passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violent opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.”
Hypnosis is entering its self-evident phase.
If you are one of the several dentists, psychologists, surgeons and other medical practitioners in NYC, why not give yourself the necessary advantage of offering hypnosis to your clients. Give my office a call, and we’ll start your short-term hypnosis certification program today.
Check out my listing on the National Guild of Hypnotists
A lot of people procrastinate. It is natural to want to put off any stressors for as long as possible until you have to confront them head-on. But what most people don’t rationalize is that procrastination is a form of psychological self-sabotage, and not even in the way you think!
It’s 3am, and though you got bed five hours ago you have to be up in four, and you’ve spent the entire evening tossing and turning.
Tangled in your sheets, you try everything; counting sheep, reading, late night TV, even a little Sudoku, and though you have managed to memorize every catch phrase and theme song of all the late night infomercials, you still have yet to achieve your actual goal- SLEEP. You watch the sunrise and count the minutes ’till your departure for work, eventually leaving with raccoon circles and bags under your eyes, chugging coffee, after energy drink, after coffee. You struggle to function and focus throughout the day, only to end up back in bed- again wide awake- only to repeat this cycle again. If this sounds like you, you are probably suffering from insomnia. Well suffer no more, because I have the answer for you- Hypnosis!