Changing Lives on the Treasure Coast
and Worldwide via Zoom

Changing Lives on the Treasure Coast
and Worldwide via Zoom


Imagine a world where your deepest barriers melt away, giving rise to your most authentic self. Whether it’s habits that chain you, fears that paralyze, or stresses that cloud your day—hypnosis holds the key to transformation. Dive into a journey crafted just for you, where the power of your mind becomes your greatest ally. Your path to lasting change begins here. Are you ready to unlock a life unburdened?


You’re not just seeking a fleeting fix; you are ready to turn your back on the old habits and fears and self-sabotage. You are ready to step up your game and be even better. Here are a few of the results you can anticipate from using hypnosis.


Your voyage into the realm of hypnosis promises discovery, transformation, and empowerment. Are you ready?



When you are ready, hypnosis can work with your subconscious mind to accomplish anything. Below are the kinds of programs I offer. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, that’s okay, go ahead and book a 15-minute strategy session.  We can work together to determine the best strategy for accomplishing the goals you’ve set for yourself.


Using hypnosis to treat a variety of conditions or to change certain behaviors, often raises questions and concerns among those considering this form of therapy. Some of the most frequently asked questions and concerns about hypnotherapy include the following:

You might be worried about being made to do things against your will while under hypnosis. In reality, when you’re under hypnosis, you’re not “asleep” but in a deeply relaxed state. You can’t be made to do something against your core beliefs or moral values.

No, you will not be unconscious during the hypnosis session. You will be in a state of deep relaxation and will be able to hear and respond to suggestions made by the hypnotist.

You might fear being vulnerable or under the control of the therapist. Remember, hypnosis is a cooperative process. You’re always in control and can break out of the hypnotic state anytime.

You might fear forgetting or having “blocked out” memories from the session. However, most individuals remember everything from their hypnotherapy sessions. Only rarely might someone experience momentary amnesia.

During a hypnosis session, the person will typically be seated or lying down in a comfortable position. The hypnotherapist will then guide the person into a state of deep relaxation, often through the use of verbal prompts and guided imagery. This state is known as hypnosis or trance.

Once the person is in a state of hypnosis, the hypnotherapist will make suggestions to the person’s subconscious mind to help them overcome their addiction to smoking. These suggestions may include visualization techniques, positive affirmations and new habits for the person to adopt.

The hypnotist will also help the person to identify and address any underlying emotional issues that may be contributing to their addiction.

The whole session usually lasts from 60 to 90 minutes. After the session, the person will typically feel relaxed and refreshed. 

It’s important to note that the person will be in control and aware of what is happening during the session, and will be able to come out of the trance at any time if they want to.

You might believe you can’t be hypnotized. In truth, most people can be, but the depth and ease vary. Your willingness is a significant factor.

You may have doubts about the effectiveness of hypnosis compared to other treatments. Although results vary, many scientific studies have shown it to be effective for issues like quitting smoking, weight loss, anxiety, and certain medical conditions.

Yes, hypnosis can be done online. It can be done via live video call or pre-recorded sessions.

You might expect instant results. While some issues might be addressed in just one session, others could require multiple sessions. The effectiveness often depends on the individual and the issue’s complexity.

You might wonder if the results are purely based on the power of suggestion. While the placebo effect can play a role in any therapy, clinical hypnosis has shown effects beyond mere suggestion in several studies.

You might be concerned about potential negative effects after a session. Hypnosis is generally safe. On rare occasions, you might experience temporary side effects such as headaches or dizziness. Most of the time, you leave a session feeling relaxed and refreshed.

You might think hypnosis can replace standard medical care. Always remember, hypnosis can complement treatments but shouldn’t replace medical ones. Always consult with healthcare professionals about any medical concerns.

No, hypnosis does not involve making you do things that are against your will or that are embarrassing. A qualified hypnotist will not make you do anything that you don’t want to do. The purpose of hypnosis is to help you make positive changes in your life, not to make you look silly or feel uncomfortable. During a hypnosis session, you will be in a state of deep relaxation and will be able to hear and respond to suggestions made by the hypnotist, but you will always be in control.

You might be confused between entertainment-based hypnosis and therapeutic hypnosis. Understand that stage hypnosis is for entertainment, often involving suggestions for humorous actions. In contrast, clinical hypnosis is a therapeutic process aimed at healing or behavior modification.


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Certified Clinical Hypnotist

I believe that the mind is a powerful thing and that exploring the potential of your mind to love and forgive is one of the most powerful gifts you can give yourself. Achieving your goals and enjoying life can be challenging at times. That’s when hypnosis can change your journey and overcome the challenges.  By learning powerful tools and techniques to implement at the speed of thought and make the necessary changes you want in your life. Book Your Strategy Call and let’s start succeeding!

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