What happens to most people suffering from mind-body disorders, like panic attacks for example? They go to see a therapist or a psychiatrist and engage in talk therapy, and/or receive a prescription for a sedating medication. The talk therapy falls into one of the three most common branches of psychotherapy: cognitive, behavioral, or psychoanalysis.  All of them are great.  However, with all of the above traditional kinds of talk therapy, you are conversing with a psychiatrist or a therapist on a conscious level which accounts for only 12% of the mind processing. The other 88% accounts for your behavior and emotions. This is located in the subconscious processing part of the brain. Hypnosis is an effective and time-tested tool for the doctor to access the client’s subconscious and start repairing it by letting go of the negative constructs and inputting positive ones.

As a Master Hypnotherapist certified by the Union 472 Local and a member of the American Hypnotherapy Association, I have successfully treated panic attacks, phobias and other anxiety disorders. Hypnosis has also been a great tool enabling me to improve the lives of many patients seeking to enhance their family dynamics in pre-marital family counseling and those already in an existing marital relationship that have reached the point of crisis.

I recommend medical hypnosis for Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Panic Attacks, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Pain Syndromes and Headache disorders. Hypnosis is also invaluable in smoking cessation, weight management, and marijuana usage cessation, as well as a great adjunct therapy for alcoholism treatment. Hypnosis is a great motivational tool and has been used by me successfully for Improving Athletic Performance and enhancing the Art of Public Speaking.  My hypnosis sessions are a unique fusion of Kappasinian, Eriksonian, Meditative Visualization techniques and Yoga breathing techniques (pranayamas), all integrated by me into unique proprietary protocols, customized for every client.