Hypnotherapy

hypnosis, relaxation, meditation

What is Hypnotherapy and How Does it Work?

Hypnotherapy works by connecting our conscious minds to our subconscious minds. With the guidance of a hypnotherapist an individual has access the subconscious mind -- where we store every experience, emotion, and thought.  In this relaxed, hyper-focused state of hypnosis a client can search their subconscious and find emotions, feelings and root of our challenges. 


For those of you who are thinking or even saying, "But, what if I want those memories to stay buried?" or "I might blurt something out that could embarrass me!" Rest assured, your subconscious will only bring up memories you want to bring up or that will help you. 


Because hypnotherapy provides immediate access to the subconscious mind, many find hypnotherapy to be efficient and immediately transformative. Hypnotherapy can also paired traditional therapy techniques.


The benefits of hypnotherapy include, but are not limited to:

~Smoking cessation

~Public performing and speaking

~Relief of over-active bladder and urinary incontinence

~Relief of post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD)

~Slimming down to healthy body weight

~Regaining natural sleep patterns

~Lower or eliminate test and performance anxiety 

~Goal achievement – interpersonal skills, habit management

~Excel in high-stress and high-anxiety situations 

~Natal regression – explore your early beginnings

~Adjunctive Medical Support (AMS) – Including but not limited to:

  • Pre and post-surgical support
  • Emetophobia
  • Pain dilution

~Improve focus and concentration 

~Increase feelings of well-being 

~Create and maintain healthier relationships 

~Improve self-image and self-acceptance

What the Experts are Saying

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What the Experts Are Saying About Hypnotherapy

The American Psychological Association concludes, “Although hypnosis has been controversial, most clinicians now agree it can be a powerful, effective therapeutic technique for a wide range of conditions, including pain, anxiety and mood disorders.”


The British Psychological Society commissioned a working group to survey the evidence and write a formal report on hypnotherapy in 2001. They found, “Enough studies have now accumulated to suggest that the inclusion of hypnotic procedures may be beneficial in the management and treatment of a wide range of conditions and problems encountered in the practice of medicine, psychiatry and psychotherapy.”


Cutting-edge brain imaging technology now gives us a window into the physical manifestations of hypnotherapy. When they scanned the brains of 57 individuals undergoing hypnosis, Stanford researchers reported that sections of the brain associated with insight and change showed “altered activity and connectivity.”


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HYPNOSIS OCCURS NATURALLY

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You Practice Hypnosis Every Day!

Most of us have heard of or have see hypnosis in some form. Unfortunately, most are exposed to the Hollywood version. 


Hypnosis is the act of guiding someone into a trance state and can be defined as:

  • A deep state of relaxation
  • Focused concentration
  • Increased suggestibility


What many may not realize is most of us go in and out of trance state several times a day. Think of zoning out during a meeting or during your drive home. Perhaps you've felt like the world melted away while listening to your favorite song or found yourself deeply immersed in the world of a book or movie. If you've done any of that, you have been in a trance state.  


The only difference between an everyday trance state and hypnosis is that hypnosis is induced to achieve a goal such as healing, discovery, enlightenment or anxiety reduction. 


Learn Seven Ways You've Been Hypnotized Without Realizing It.
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FREEDOM FROM SMOKING

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Stop Smoking Today!

Considering the success rate, it is not surprising that more and more people are using hypnosis to stop smoking. Studies show that using hypnotherapy for smoking cessation works in a percentage of cases as high as 80%.


Your path to FREEDOM consists of six hypnotherapy sessions (average), along with a customized recording that includes language that fits you and your life. 


In addition, each client learns self-hypnosis and receives relaxation and sleep hypnosis recordings.


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Relieve Stress and Anxiety

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More Joy and Happiness

One of the main focuses of Oklahoma City Clinical Hypnotherapy is the reduction or elimination of stress and anxiety. Stress and feelings of anxiousness can lead to feelings of hopelessness and feeling overwhelmed.


If you have a diagnosis of anxiety from your mental health provider, hypnotherapy may be complementary option to traditional mental health services for relieving anxiety and interrupting old habits and thought cycles. Oklahoma City Clinical Hypnotherapy will gladly work alongside your doctor or health care practitioner, or answer any questions concerning hypnotherapy. 


Hypnosis helps stressors in two distinct ways. First, it helps remove erroneous beliefs contributing to stress. Second, hypnosis provides appropriate and beneficial tools that you can use every day to cope with reoccurring stress and anxiety.


Hypnotherapy sessions are customized to align with where you are and where you want to be. Your speaking style and life will be incorporated in every session; therefore, hypnosis suggestions are familiar and comfortable.


During intake, and at the beginning of each session, Renae will go over with you: 

Current stress levels

  • Feelings that aren’t productive [being overwhelmed or out of control]
  • Circumstances that create stressful, anxious or panic feelings
  • Sleeping, eating and activity patterns


Call or text Renae today at 405-246-6440 to set up a 30-minute discovery session. 

Self-hypnosis

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The Power of Self-hypnosis

  The term self-hypnosis is redundant since, in fact, all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. Even Dr. Milton Erickson, widely regarded as “the father of hypnosis,” considered all hypnosis self-hypnosis. A hypnotherapist merely facilitates the process of hypnosis. But you are fully capable of achieving the hypnotic state on your own.


If you have ever found yourself entranced by nature, music, or even the crackling of a fire, you’ve experienced self-hypnosis. Feelings of profound relaxation, being lost in thought or temporality unaware of your environment, are also signs of self-hypnosis. 


Just as everyone who can follow simple instructions can be hypnotized, they can also conduct self-hypnosis. Self-hypnosis induces a state of extreme relaxation and increased suggestibility than can treat a host of mental physical conditions. 


As a client, you will be given instructions on how to intentionally put yourself into this state without assistance. The ability to induct your own hypnosis gives you the ability to focus on what is important while letting go of what you don’t want.


Hypnosis is cumulative and works best when done regularly. When working on a specific problem or achieving a personal goal, you should practice self-hypnosis every day, until you notice the changes or improvements. After noticing the change, continue hypnosis until the “new” seems automatic and instinctive. 


Be realistic and optimistic as you enjoy hypnosis. The biggest mistake clients make is thinking a single hypnotherapy or self-hypnosis session will deliver full success. No doubt, many clients experience profound changes after the first one or two sessions. But to go really deep and create a transformation, you must commit to hypnosis as part of your daily self-care.


Even Milton Erickson did self-hypnosis every day and often more to overcome his chronic pain. He spoke to his unconscious mind as often as he needed to keep his body comfortable. 


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Guided Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis for Pain Relief

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Live More Comfortably Now!

Hypnosis is an effective treatment for relieving and controlling pain. Oklahoma City Clinical Hypnosis uses the most advanced and up to date hypnosis pain relief techniques, and customizes treatment to fit your needs.


Whether you're suffering with acute pain, chronic pain, back pain, or nerve pain, Oklahoma City Clinical Hypnosis can help reduce the sensation of discomfort in your body and help you feel better, sleep better, and enjoy your life. 


Most clients feel some relief in the first session, and within the first three sessions you will learn how to use self-hypnosis to control the pain yourself – giving you control over your own life back. Every client is given the opportunity to learn self-hypnosis!


Note: Hypnosis is highly effective and may “mask” pain. Pain can be a symptom to a medical issue that needs the attention of your medical practitioners. For issues of a medical nature, Oklahoma City Clinical Hypnotherapy will work in conjunction with your medical practitioners to deliver safe and effective hypnosis for pain relief.


Hypnosis can help with:

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Childbirth hypno-birthing, pre and post delivery
  • Surgery – before, during and after
  • Cancer  pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Migraines
  • Dental visits
  • Arthritis
  • Endometriosis
  • Jaw pain
  • Related issues such as stress, sleep, anger, emotional disturbances.

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