Services

At Mindzai, I help people in many areas and with many things. These include confidence issues, self-esteem, smoking cessation, weight management, anxiety, depression, relationships, goal-setting, behavior change, and performance improvement in just about every arena of life.

It’s important to realize that hypnosis can be effective in more than just these areas. As a convenient reference, below are listed some common issues and everyday problems that are often improved through hypnosis.

Academic Performance

Many people have trouble studying and focusing for exams or other academic situations.

Hypnosis can help eliminate distractions and create heightened focus. People can learn how to better relax when needed, and to call up the best version of themselves when desired.

Addiction

An addiction is a habitual indulgence in any substance, activity, or practice that is beyond your control and affects your life for the worse.

Hypnosis can help by identifying and addressing the underlying causes of addiction. These can include, but are not limited to, self-esteem issues, confidence, stress, relationships, anxiety, trauma, and others. Hypnosis can also help break the connection between trigger and response. Once these causes are addressed, hypnosis can help create new habits, patterns, and behaviors that support an addiction-free lifestyle.

Anxiety

Anxiety has varying definitions, but can be defined as one of a person’s possible responses to stress. (See Stress.)

Hypnosis can help reduce stress, increase relaxation, and decouple responses from triggers. See the Studies & Research page for more information on how hypnosis has been demonstrated to reduce stress.

Arthritis

Painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints.

Hypnosis can help with pain management and relief, better sleep, and less sensitivity to common triggers.

Assertiveness

The quality of being self-assured and confident without being aggressive.

Hypnosis can help people learn to express themselves confidently and clearly in many ways. It can help people get in touch with their deeper desires, which can translate into a more positive and more effective lifestyle.

Bedwetting

Bedwetting, also known as nocturnal enuresis, is generally considered a developmental issue. Before the age of 7, bedwetting is often not a serious problem, though it may be a nuisance for the parent(s).

Hypnosis has been repeatedly demonstrated to help bedwetting. Children can be given new models and metaphors that help them move beyond the issue. Please see the Studies & References page for more information.

Compulsive Behavior

Behavior resulting from or relating to an irresistible urge, especially one that is against one’s conscious wishes.

Hypnosis can help relieve the compulsive emotional urge associated with compulsive behavior. It can disconnect the trigger from the behavior, and promote overall stress reduction and relaxation in the mind and body.

Confidence

A feeling of self-assurance arising from one’s appreciation of one’s own abilities or qualities.

Hypnosis is a powerful tool that can help people understand what confidence is, how it feels to be confident, and most importantly, can give them an actual experience of being confident. A side-effect of this process is often reduced stress, higher productivity, and a more optimistic outlook.

Creativity

The tendency to generate or recognize ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may be useful in solving problems, communicating with others, and entertaining ourselves and others.

Creativity is an important resource in a healthy life. We are all born with boundless imaginations, but sometimes we drift far from these roots and inspirations. Hypnosis can help reconnect you with your creativity by creating a deeply relaxed state, removing blocks, and stimulating the imagination in virtually countless ways.

Depression

Depression has varying definitions, but often includes the presence of one or more of the following: depressed mood, loss of pleasure or interest in usual activities, disturbance of appetite, sleep disturbance, feeling agitated or lethargic, loss of energy, feelings of worthlessness or guilt, difficulties in thinking, and recurrent thoughts of death or suicide.

Hypnosis can help with many aspects of depression. It can help reduce stress, reduce worrying, increase quantity and quality of sleep, cultivate confidence, positive thinking and positive self-image, reduce over-active dreaming, and correct misuse of the imagination. There are many Studies & References illustrating the positive effects hypnosis can have on people with depression.

Emotional Confusion

People often experience a wide range of confusing emotional states.

Hypnosis can help clarify things such as life purpose, conflict between the conscious and unconscious minds, and feelings that seem to have no cause.

Fear of Dentist

A fear or phobia of dentists, dental work or pain, or dental offices. The fear may result from an actual experience or an imagined one.

Hypnosis can help with relaxation, pain management, anxiety, muscle relaxation, confidence, and negative thoughts. Please see the ‘Phobias’ box for more detail.

Fear of Driving

Fear of driving, driving tests, responsibility for passengers, and overall danger associated with automobiles.

Hypnosis can help with confidence, performance and skill enhancement, focus and relaxation. It can also detraumatize past traumatic experiences. Please see the ‘Phobias’ box for more detail.

Fear of Flying

Many people suffer from a fear of airplanes, high places, or flying altogether.

Hypnosis can help remove the fear associated with flying and provide a new, positive template for the flying experience. It can provide immediate relief for someone who has to take a flight in the near future, and can provide more complete long-term relief with repeated applications.

Fear of Germs

Known as mysophobia, a fear of germs can lead to obsessive or compulsive behaviors.

Hypnosis can help disconnect the trigger from the behavior. It can provide alternative options for behavior and body and mind relaxation techniques. Please see the ‘Phobias’ box for more detail.

Fear of Open Spaces
Agoraphobia is an extreme or irrational fear of open spaces.

 

 

 

 

 

Hypnosis can help reduce fear, change conditioned responses, and improve your ability to handle stress if it does occur. Please see the ‘Phobias’ box for more detail.

Fear of spiders

Arachnophobia is an extreme or irrational fear of spiders.

Please see the ‘Phobias’ box for more detail.

Fertility

When attempting to conceive, it’s beneficial ensure that all factors are in your favor. And during the pregnancy and childbirth experiences, many factors are at play.

Hypnosis can help you relax and calm your body. It can also help you remove past conditioning and obstacles to desired outcomes. It may seem a little unusual at first, but people in hypnotic states can often remember their experience in the womb. You want to learn to how make the entire pregnancy and birth process as positive an experience, for both mother and child, as possible.

Focus

Sometimes we all have trouble focusing where and when we want.

Hypnosis can help relax the mind, eliminate unwanted distractions, and enhance focus. Hypnosis itself is a state of heightened focus, and is a great teaching tool to create and increase focus.

Headaches / Migraines

Headaches come in many forms, and it’s important to have any headache checked out by a medical professional before seeking hypnotherapy.

With your doctor’s permission, many kinds of headaches and migraines, especially those relating to stress and anxiety, can be managed or eliminated with hypnosis.

Nail Biting

Are you a long-term nail biter? Do you bite when you’re nervous? Do you feel embarrassed when other people see your fingers?

Hypnosis can help, and you can finally experience how it feels to feel good about how your hands look.

Pain Relief & Management

Pain is one of the oldest and most documented applications of therapeutic hypnosis.

Believe it or not, pain exists only in your mind. And while it may hurt, pain serves an important purpose – it’s a signal that something may be wrong or that attention is needed. Other kinds of pain, however, do not serve these purposes and can safely be removed or lessened using hypnosis.

Phobias

A phobia is an irrational fear or anxious feeling, and can have serious, negative effects on people’s lives.

Hypnosis is a highly effective tool for alleviating and removing phobias.

Professional Performance

Professionals often have to perform at their best, on command.

Hypnosis can help people be relaxed and confident while giving presentations to important associates, boosting company morale, improving sales techniques, or even when asking for a raise.

Smoking

Tobacco, whether in the form of cigarettes, cigars, or chewing tobacco is addictive and has significant health risks.

Hypnosis has been shown over and over again to aid in the cessation of tobacco use. Please see the Studies & Research page.

Stress

Stress has varying definitions, but can be defined as any pressure or accumulation of pressures - physical or psychological - that is too much for a person to cope with comfortably.

Hypnosis can help reduce stress (and anxiety) with a wide array of powerful techniques. Breathing techniques, reframing, and relaxation techniques are just some of the ways hypnosis can effectively help with stress.

Weight Management
People are often unhappy with their appearance or weight. There are many reasons why this may be so, but regardless of the cause, it is likely that hypnosis can get to the root of the issue, where it can be removed or remade in a more useful way. People who lose weight with hypnosis often feel as if it “just happened.”

What can hypnotherapy help with?

Because hypnosis can create behavior change, hypnotherapy is effective with a wide range of issues and ages. From children to teens, from adults to seniors; from good grades to anxiety to financial success to addiction, chances are hypnosis can help – especially if you have been unable to find relief or success elsewhere.

 

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Services

At Mindzai, I help people in many areas and with many things. These include confidence issues, self-esteem, smoking cessation, weight management, anxiety, depression, relationships, goal-setting, behavior change, and performance improvement in just about every arena of life.

It’s important to realize that hypnosis can be effective in more than just these areas. As a convenient reference, below are listed some common issues and everyday problems that are often improved through hypnosis.

What can hypnotherapy help with?

Because hypnosis can create behavior change, hypnotherapy is effective with a wide range of issues and ages. From children to teens, from adults to seniors; from good grades to anxiety to financial success to addiction, chances are hypnosis can help – especially if you have been unable to find relief or success elsewhere.

 

Academic Performance

Many people have trouble studying and focusing for exams or other academic situations.

Hypnosis can help eliminate distractions and create heightened focus. People can learn how to better relax when needed, and to call up the best version of themselves when desired.

Addiction

An addiction is a habitual indulgence in any substance, activity, or practice that is beyond your control and affects your life for the worse.

Hypnosis can help by identifying and addressing the underlying causes of addiction. These can include, but are not limited to, self-esteem issues, confidence, stress, relationships, anxiety, trauma, and others. Hypnosis can also help break the connection between trigger and response. Once these causes are addressed, hypnosis can help create new habits, patterns, and behaviors that support an addiction-free lifestyle.

Anxiety

Anxiety has varying definitions, but can be defined as one of a person’s possible responses to stress. (See Stress.)

Hypnosis can help reduce stress, increase relaxation, and decouple responses from triggers. See the Studies & Research page for more information on how hypnosis has been demonstrated to reduce stress.

Arthritis

Painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints.

Hypnosis can help with pain management and relief, better sleep, and less sensitivity to common triggers.

Assertiveness

The quality of being self-assured and confident without being aggressive.

Hypnosis can help people learn to express themselves confidently and clearly in many ways. It can help people get in touch with their deeper desires, which can translate into a more positive and more effective lifestyle.

Bedwetting

Bedwetting, also known as nocturnal enuresis, is generally considered a developmental issue. Before the age of 7, bedwetting is often not a serious problem, though it may be a nuisance for the parent(s).

Hypnosis has been repeatedly demonstrated to help bedwetting. Children can be given new models and metaphors that help them move beyond the issue. Please see the Studies & References page for more information.

Compulsive Behavior

Behavior resulting from or relating to an irresistible urge, especially one that is against one’s conscious wishes.

Hypnosis can help relieve the compulsive emotional urge associated with compulsive behavior. It can disconnect the trigger from the behavior, and promote overall stress reduction and relaxation in the mind and body.

Confidence

A feeling of self-assurance arising from one’s appreciation of one’s own abilities or qualities.

Hypnosis is a powerful tool that can help people understand what confidence is, how it feels to be confident, and most importantly, can give them an actual experience of being confident. A side-effect of this process is often reduced stress, higher productivity, and a more optimistic outlook.

Creativity

The tendency to generate or recognize ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may be useful in solving problems, communicating with others, and entertaining ourselves and others.

Creativity is an important resource in a healthy life. We are all born with boundless imaginations, but sometimes we drift far from these roots and inspirations. Hypnosis can help reconnect you with your creativity by creating a deeply relaxed state, removing blocks, and stimulating the imagination in virtually countless ways.

Depression

Depression has varying definitions, but often includes the presence of one or more of the following: depressed mood, loss of pleasure or interest in usual activities, disturbance of appetite, sleep disturbance, feeling agitated or lethargic, loss of energy, feelings of worthlessness or guilt, difficulties in thinking, and recurrent thoughts of death or suicide.

Hypnosis can help with many aspects of depression. It can help reduce stress, reduce worrying, increase quantity and quality of sleep, cultivate confidence, positive thinking and positive self-image, reduce over-active dreaming, and correct misuse of the imagination. There are many Studies & References illustrating the positive effects hypnosis can have on people with depression.

Emotional Confusion

People often experience a wide range of confusing emotional states.

Hypnosis can help clarify things such as life purpose, conflict between the conscious and unconscious minds, and feelings that seem to have no cause.

Fear of Dentist

A fear or phobia of dentists, dental work or pain, or dental offices. The fear may result from an actual experience or an imagined one.

Hypnosis can help with relaxation, pain management, anxiety, muscle relaxation, confidence, and negative thoughts. Please see the ‘Phobias’ box for more detail.

Fear of Driving

Fear of driving, driving tests, responsibility for passengers, and overall danger associated with automobiles.

Hypnosis can help with confidence, performance and skill enhancement, focus and relaxation. It can also detraumatize past traumatic experiences. Please see the ‘Phobias’ box for more detail.

Fear of Flying

Many people suffer from a fear of airplanes, high places, or flying altogether.

Hypnosis can help remove the fear associated with flying and provide a new, positive template for the flying experience. It can provide immediate relief for someone who has to take a flight in the near future, and can provide more complete long-term relief with repeated applications.

Fear of Germs

Known as mysophobia, a fear of germs can lead to obsessive or compulsive behaviors.

Hypnosis can help disconnect the trigger from the behavior. It can provide alternative options for behavior and body and mind relaxation techniques. Please see the ‘Phobias’ box for more detail.

Fear of Open Spaces
Agoraphobia is an extreme or irrational fear of open spaces.

 

 

 

 

 

Hypnosis can help reduce fear, change conditioned responses, and improve your ability to handle stress if it does occur. Please see the ‘Phobias’ box for more detail.

Fear of spiders

Arachnophobia is an extreme or irrational fear of spiders.

Please see the ‘Phobias’ box for more detail.

Fertility

When attempting to conceive, it’s beneficial ensure that all factors are in your favor. And during the pregnancy and childbirth experiences, many factors are at play.

Hypnosis can help you relax and calm your body. It can also help you remove past conditioning and obstacles to desired outcomes. It may seem a little unusual at first, but people in hypnotic states can often remember their experience in the womb. You want to learn to how make the entire pregnancy and birth process as positive an experience, for both mother and child, as possible.

Focus

Sometimes we all have trouble focusing where and when we want.

Hypnosis can help relax the mind, eliminate unwanted distractions, and enhance focus. Hypnosis itself is a state of heightened focus, and is a great teaching tool to create and increase focus.

Headaches / Migraines

Headaches come in many forms, and it’s important to have any headache checked out by a medical professional before seeking hypnotherapy.

With your doctor’s permission, many kinds of headaches and migraines, especially those relating to stress and anxiety, can be managed or eliminated with hypnosis.

Nail Biting

Are you a long-term nail biter? Do you bite when you’re nervous? Do you feel embarrassed when other people see your fingers?

Hypnosis can help, and you can finally experience how it feels to feel good about how your hands look.

Pain Relief & Management

Pain is one of the oldest and most documented applications of therapeutic hypnosis.

Believe it or not, pain exists only in your mind. And while it may hurt, pain serves an important purpose – it’s a signal that something may be wrong or that attention is needed. Other kinds of pain, however, do not serve these purposes and can safely be removed or lessened using hypnosis.

Phobias

A phobia is an irrational fear or anxious feeling, and can have serious, negative effects on people’s lives.

Hypnosis is a highly effective tool for alleviating and removing phobias.

Professional Performance

Professionals often have to perform at their best, on command.

Hypnosis can help people be relaxed and confident while giving presentations to important associates, boosting company morale, improving sales techniques, or even when asking for a raise.

Smoking

Tobacco, whether in the form of cigarettes, cigars, or chewing tobacco is addictive and has significant health risks.

Hypnosis has been shown over and over again to aid in the cessation of tobacco use. Please see the Studies & Research page.

Stress

Stress has varying definitions, but can be defined as any pressure or accumulation of pressures - physical or psychological - that is too much for a person to cope with comfortably.

Hypnosis can help reduce stress (and anxiety) with a wide array of powerful techniques. Breathing techniques, reframing, and relaxation techniques are just some of the ways hypnosis can effectively help with stress.

Weight Management
People are often unhappy with their appearance or weight. There are many reasons why this may be so, but regardless of the cause, it is likely that hypnosis can get to the root of the issue, where it can be removed or remade in a more useful way. People who lose weight with hypnosis often feel as if it “just happened.”

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