Have you ever felt that your efforts to make changes in your life run you into more walls than open doors?
Do you feel that the part of you that wants to make changes is competing with another part of you that is dragging you down?
If your life revolves around self-sabotage, anxiety, and exhaustion hypnotherapy can help you to access your inner resources in a refreshing new way.
Sometimes willpower alone isn’t enough to rewire those stubborn unconscious scripts that seem to be sabotaging your efforts. So if you’ve made the conscious decision to change something about your life but you’re feeling like there is something holding you back, perhaps it’s time to give hypnosis a try.
My work with clients integrates five years of experience and research as a clinical hypnotist with my own personal work to transform chronic pain and anxiety. I know the emotions of trying to maintain calm in the midst of constant turbulence, and I used to torment myself reading self-help books that seemed to proclaim some ultimate and total relief from life’s stresses. When I finally realized that there was no magic carpet to fly me into the perfect life (and no health insurance to ease the burden), I hunkered down and dealt with my life using the only resources I had available to me: my inner resolve, creative imagination, and the ability to take small steps. Hypnosis was the key that made the work of transformation practical, easy, and worthwhile.
I am now able to pass down the knowledge of inner healing in a way that integrates both alternative and scientific approaches.
Insomnia. Addictive behaviors. Chronic pain. Stress. If you believe that you are your own best health-care advocate and that you're ready to take a stand towards becoming healthier and happier once these issues are gone from your life, then you're ready for hypnosis.
Now more than ever, physicians and psychotherapists are referring patients to hypnotherapy for a variety of issues and medical journals are much more open to publishing peer reviewed studies around complementary treatments like hypnosis for health and wellness.
You might be tired of fighting this fight -- and I'd love to talk with you about what's happening in your life and how I can be of help to you. Clients who have worked with me leave sessions with me feeling focused, calmer, and more resolved to succeed in their goals and to live the life they want to lead.
(Check out my testimonials if you're interested in how my clients describe their work with me.)
If this makes sense to you, feel free to schedule a complimentary consultation. I’ll be happy to speak with you to discuss how I can help you, so that you can decide if hypnotherapy is right for you.
Thanks for visiting my site.
Warmly, Kristin Prevallet