Do you have a strong desire for change?
Do you feel stuck or want to get rid of fears, anxiety, or unwanted behavior patterns?
Have you tried other methods without success?
Hypnosis is a powerful technique that you can use to
create the changes you want, design your future, and achieve your goals.
Hypnosis is a peaceful focused state of inner awareness that allows the unconscious mind to reveal resources, insight, and wisdom that we don't access in busy daily life.
By quieting the conscious thinking brain and analytical mind, you're able to clarify what's really important, essential, and true for you, your lifestyle, and your relationships. Hypnosis amplifies connection to intuition, opens receptivity to new thoughts and behaviors, and leads you to access creativity and personal growth.
During hypnosis, it's easy to dial down the normal mind chatter and intellectual analysis and zoom in on core relevance. It provides both a broader perspective and focused understanding.
I use a combination of Hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistic Psychology, Somatic Integration, and Neuroscience to rewire habituated patterns of thought, feelings, and behavior.
Techniques include EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), Bilateral Stimulation,
Memory Reconsolidation, Time-line Healing, Emotive Journeying, Tapas Acupressure,
Byron Katie's The Work, Revivification, Re-imprinting, and many more.
Everyone can benefit greatly from my Integrative Hypnotherapy approach.
I serve clients in the following areas:
Dissolving phobias and fears
Relationship issues and patterns
Insomnia and sleep related issues
Peak performance (artists, athletes, writer’s block, etc.)
Enhancing creativity and artistic flow
Confidence and boosting self-esteem
Grief, heart break, overcoming loss
Inner conflict, negative self-talk, and limiting beliefs
Clarity and enhancing intuition
Family issues / childhood trauma
"Alison has a very unique approach to hypnosis. Her technique goes beyond the traditional and allows the client to be an active participant in the healing process. Using modalities that are both energy-centric, i.e. tapping, and visually stimulating, she is able to reduce the pain point and provide triggers that can be successfully employed long after the session is complete.
I highly recommend Alison if you are looking to improve a particular situation or if you would like to improve your emotional well-being."
- Lynne D, CEO, Founder at Kismet Alchemy
What is hypnosis really?
Hypnosis is a natural state of mental absorption so strong that you briefly stop paying attention to what is happening around you. You are in hypnosis/trance when you are daydreaming, intensely concentrating, watching television, and drifting in and out of sleep. You do not become unconscious, have amnesia, or lose control. You are in control the entire time and simply become deeply relaxed, as you would in meditation.
How does it work?
Hypnosis improves communication between your conscious and unconscious mind. Feeling blocked or stuck is often just a symptom of being disconnected from one's own unconscious innate wisdom. Your unconscious mind has powerful resources, such as intuition, imagination, and the capacity to learn quickly. Hypnosis connects you with these resource states and empowers you to use what you learn in trance instinctively and creatively in your daily life. Problems, unwanted behavior, and stress melt away, and you feel lighter, hopeful, and peaceful.
Why is Hypnosis is an effective quick therapy?
Hypnosis provides "ah-ha!" moments. Tapping into the unconscious allows insight and personal wisdom to flow freely and helps you recognize what you need to do to change. Epiphanies continue to pop up after each session as well, and most clients notice their behavior shift and feel better after just one session.
What does it feel like to be in a hypnotic state?
A trance/hypnotic state is similar to a meditative state, where you are relaxed and have heightened senses and awareness. You are in complete control of the experience and can go deeper or "come back" any time you choose. Most people find the experience enjoyable, insightful, and restful.