Patricia Gallaway, PhD, M.Sc
"Hypnotherapy can be used to help you gain control over undesired behaviors or to help you cope better with anxiety or pain. Hypnosis that's conducted by a trained therapist or health care professional is considered a safe, complementary and alternative medical treatment." — Mayo Clinic
The Inner Workout
Whether you are dealing with stress, anxiety or unwanted habits, or whether you are dealing with confidence, motivation, or performance issues, hypnotherapy is a fast and effective way of removing the roadblocks that keep you from achieving your goals.
Science and medicine agree that erroneous thoughts and limiting beliefs have a major impact on mind-body health. Making changes in the way we think and feel, not only releases stress, but can actually free the body’s cells to heal on their own.
HYPNOTHERAPY, endorsed by both the Mayo Clinic and the American Medical Association, can help with many psycho-social issues, debilitating illnesses, and medical conditions, simply by re-programming our thoughts and beliefs. Some beliefs and behaviors go so deep, it takes professional help to break them open so any remnants can be discarded and new neural pathways can be created. This work leads to healing dis-ease and living a more compatible and rewarding life. It improves your quality of life and extends your longevity.
BECOMING YOUR AUTHENTIC SELF
Becoming the Authentic Self you were meant to be requires some deep “soul searching”. Are you living an authentic life, or the life that was programmed into you at a very early age, a life of thoughts, beliefs and behaviors that do not represent who you have become? Your responses and reactions seem to be in-congruent with how you want to be perceived by others.
RE-WIRING YOUR BRAIN
Our brains are “hard wired” to feed back to us the habits and behaviors already programmed and deepened in the brain’s neural pathways even though we have no idea where those beliefs came from or why we even believe the way we do. We repeat habits and behaviors learned at a very early age from the thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors of those who took care of us, taught us, and influenced us.