Freedom from Addictions

My program offers a new, powerful and effectively innovative approach to ending addiction. Rather than the traditional programs and beliefs that include powerlessness, being a dry drunk, having to hit rock bottom and admit you are a failure, my program builds on the positive beliefs that will and do change behavior. My clients become strong, healthy, and powerful, worthy and in control of their lives and I give them the tools to do it.

In my addiction work, I use the latest research and science on the brain and neural plasticity. Fueled with tools from hypnotherapy and NLP and how the brain recovers from addiction, fast, powerful and sweeping changes can be made in the way an addict feels, reacts and recovers.

My services will help the addict create new beliefs, values and a compelling future. They will experience success in eliminating self-sabotage. I will help them rewire the brain’s neural pathways to eliminate triggers. And I will create a relationship with the addict based on honesty, integrity, education and support. They will learn to make and stick to their commitment, resolve inner conflicts, including forgiveness and activate their brain’s response for success. I will support them in rebuilding their identity to that of hopeful, happy, confident and successful non-addicted person.

I have several options to choose from, please contact me for more information.

Does hypnosis for addictions work? How effective is it? Read the following research findings using hypnosis for treatment of addictions.

Significantly More Methadone Addicts Quit with Hypnosis. 94% Remained Narcotic Free

Significant differences were found on all measures. The experimental group had significantly less discomfort and illicit drug use, and a significantly greater amount of cessation. At six month follow up, 94% of the subjects in the experimental group who had achieved cessation remained narcotic free.

A comparative study of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy in the treatment of methadone addicts. Manganiello AJ, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 1984; 26(4): 273-9.

Hypnosis Shows 77 Percent Success Rate for Drug Addiction

Treatment has been used with 18 clients over the last 7 years and has shown a 77 percent success rate for at least a 1-year follow-up. 15 were being seen for alcoholism or alcohol abuse, 2 clients were being seen for cocaine addiction, and 1 client had a marijuana addiction

Intensive Therapy: Utilizing Hypnosis in the Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorders. Potter, Greg, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Jul 2004.

Hypnosis For Cocaine Addiction Documented Case Study

Hypnosis was successfully used to overcome a $500 (five grams) per day cocaine addiction. The subject was a female in her twenties. After approximately 8 months of addiction, she decided to use hypnosis in an attempt to overcome the addiction itself. Over the next 4 months, she used hypnosis three times a day and at the end of this period, her addiction was broken, and she has been drug free for the past 9 years. Hypnosis was the only intervention, and no support network of any kind was available.

The use of hypnosis in cocaine addiction. Page RA, Handley GW, Ohio State University, Lima, OH USA 45804. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 1993 Oct;36(2):120-3.

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