In accordance with Washington State law, the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) and the Revised Code of Washington (RCW), a Disclosure Statement is written to provide clients with information to help assist them in making decisions about their Hypnosis. This Disclosure Statement must be signed by both the client(s) and the hypnotherapist. The client(s) signature will indicate that they have read, and understand the information provided.
I provide Hypnotherapy for individuals and groups. I am a Certified Medical Support Hypnotherapist. Licensed with the State of Washington #HP60309895, and a fellow of International Board of Hypnotherapy (Fo812-146)
Methods or Techniques used
I assist you in using a very powerful tool, the power of your subconscious mind. The model I use is; positive suggestive therapy. It is my belief that each of us possesses our own inner strengths and innate wisdom that lead us to whole health and fulfilling our life’s dream/purpose.
The therapeutic orientations we will draw from and use in our hypnotherapy sessions include: Guided Therapeutic Imagery, Affirmation Journal Therapy, Positive Therapy, and Solution Focused Hypnotherapy.
Education, Training, and Experience
I received my training from one of the top Hypnotherapists in the world – Tim Simmerman, http://www.hypnotherapyacademy.com
My fee- $175.00 for a session. Three sessions paid in advance $397.00.
How long is a typical session?
Hypnotherapy sessions are generally 1 to 1 ½ hours depending upon what we are working on. Hypnotherapy regression sessions are 1 ½ hours in length.
If you need cancel your appointment please contact me, and soon possible. Thank you!
Hypnotherapy is not the practice of medicine, psychology or psychiatry, and is not in any way intended to be a replacement for diagnosis or treatment of any complaint or ailment. Person with an ailment or physical complaint should first see a medical doctor for treatment, and then get the doctor’s consent to use hypnotherapy, and next contract with a certified hypnotherapist, as an adjunct to medical treatment. Persons with mental disabilities or mental illnesses should seek psychiatric care. Hypnosis and hypnotherapy employ and teach skills for self-improvement;