How to Overcome Your Phobias with Hypnosis

Phobias are quite interesting because people who are highly successful, who have achieved great things in life, have little secret phobias that no one knows, and we kid about them, and we just say, “Well, this is just part of our personality.”

Dr. Errol Gluck Discusses Phobias and Hypnosis

“I’m afraid of planes.” “I’m a claustrophobic.” “I’m afraid of public speaking.” “I’m afraid of mice or ants,” or whatever the case might be. But most people don’t know that a phobia can control a great deal of time and portion of your thoughts.

Using coaching and hypnosis, in particular, eliminates phobias in a very short time, and without that space in your head being taken up by a phobia that doesn’t need to exist, you could actually put your life, mind, and time into something that would actually bring you happiness.

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The Secret to Following Through On Your Resolutions

It’s the end of the year, guys. Once again, we go through the tradition of “how my life is going to change” in 2014. The biggest problem is that people treat their promises like they do their alarm clocks: they always hit the snooze button.

Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick with Hypnosis and Life Coaching

You notice they use words like “I’m going to try to do this,” “I would like to do this.” “This is something I would like to accomplish,” as opposed to saying, “I will do this. I am absolutely going to,” not allowing themselves to have a back door.

The mindset is that retreat is not an option, and when retreat is not an option, then you go and you ask yourself, “Can I do this on my own? Do I need to change the way I think?” That’s where hypnosis comes in.

“Do I need a structure?” That’s where coaching comes in. Do I need constant encouragement and not just a boost of determination followed by slower and slower and slower doing?

These are the questions you should ask yourself. It is 2014. Let’s change the things you want to change.

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Why I Do Not Accept Insurance For Hypnosis Treatments or Life Coaching

One of the first questions I get is, “Do you accept insurance?” The answer is a proud and definitive ‘no.’ Along with a growing trend among many other hypnotists, therapists, and doctors, I don’t take insurance for a multitude of reasons, but the largest reason is simple.

Your privacy and discretion is very important. When you go through insurance, that information is available for anyone to see. It’s even available on the internet! I deal with many high-profile and celebrity clients who can’t risk damaging their brand. But privacy is not just for high-profile people—it matters to everyone.

Whether you’re coming for erectile dysfunction or life-coaching, your treatment with me should be 100% confidential. Don’t risk your reputation by going through insurance.

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Staying On Top of Your Resolutions

What a great blog to check out!  Read the tips of Dr. Loreley Leonard – a fellow Life Coach and Business Consultant – for staying on top of your resolutions this coming 2014. Pushing yourself in the right direction, through your body language and physical presence, through using time wisely by prioritizing action instead of over-thinking, is key. Let me know if you agree. Or, of course, if you don’t. But I truly think that you will.

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Got Holiday Depression? Hypnosis Can Help

Hi, my name is Dr. Errol Gluck, and I’m an executive life coach, clinical hypnotist. I’ve been in practice for 35 years in New York City.

These are the holiday seasons that are coming up and lots of people get depressed and they get anxious, and whatever they’re feeling is magnified. But most people, they don’t even know if they’re depressed and what depression actually means.

How Can Hypnosis Cure Your Holiday Depression?

I want you to think of an accordion when you think of depression. I want you to think that when one is depressed, one’s field of vision — what they see about their own potential in life, what they’re able to enjoy with everyone around them, what they’re not able to enjoy — a depressed person is someone who is not just not functioning.

Some depressed people function incredibly well, but their ability to accept, receive and experience pleasure, to experience new things, to allow new people in their life — without anxiety, without fear, without constant tension –is the difference between functional depression and being happy.

Clinical hypnosis — and I have over 100,000 hours plus — changes the way you think, and it works on the basis of good, better, best, and best of all, the changes are permanent. So, why ask yourself are you depressed? Ask yourself, “Am I the happiest I could possibly be?”

During this holiday season, give yourself that gift. Call Gluck Solutions today at (212) 599-3199.