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Frequently Asked Questions About Hypnotherapists
Consider the following frequently asked questions when choosing a hypnotherapist for hypnosis.

Why should I try hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy is believed to battle the inner workings of the subconscious. It has been known to help people break habits so they can do something like stop smoking, and it has also helped many people with weight loss. Hypnosis could also help you deal with stress or improve your confidence. Consult with a certified hypnotherapist to determine if hypnosis could help you.

How does hypnosis work?
Hypnosis occurs when the state of a person’s mind or consciousness is altered, which does not require an individual to go to sleep. In fact, when a person daydreams or is intently focused on reading a book, the mind enters a state of hypnosis. A hypnotherapist will mesmerize a person so that the subconscious is open to suggestion – like suggesting that smoking or stressing about work is not the answer. Hypnosis is not a mind control method because the mind will not respond to something it disagrees with. The particulars of a certified hypnotherapist’s method may vary depending on the patient’s needs.

How do I choose the right hypnotherapist?
You should select a hypnotherapist that has a high success rate and plenty of training and experience. Be sure you potential hypnotherapist is a member of a reputable hypnosis association since these organizations require many hours – usually around 100 – of training before a person is considered a certified hypnotherapist. A hypnotherapist should never try to force you to do something you don’t want to do. Hypnotherapy should be based on empowerment of the patient, not subjugation. You can check this website to see what former and current patients are saying about a particular hypnotherapist.

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Imagine Hypnotics Write review for this local business
804 Barneswyck Drive, Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
(919) 745-1225  
At Imagine Hypnotics we pride ourselves on our client-centered approach to hypnosis. By applying the latest hypnotic therapies and techniques we tailor and design our hypnosis programs based on your specific goals.
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4006 Barrett Dr, Raleigh, NC 27609
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Hypnotherapists have lots of training and schooling under their belts. They must attend a state-licensed hypnotherapy school, or take online hypnotherapy courses. Professionals learn and hone their craft through books, newsletters, and memberships to hypnotherapy associations.

They should be certified in this field, and have gentle voices and bedside manners. They usually charge a flat fee per session, meeting with a patient once a week. They use a monotonous tone to induce their patients into a sleep-like trance. This allows hypnotherapists to introduce suggestive thought to curb unhealthy behaviors like smoking, depression, phobias, anxiety, or stress.

Hypnotherapists should have backgrounds in mental health care, counseling, and psychology. By providing this natural form of health care, hypnotherapists give patients a non-medicinal option when it comes to achieving weight loss, for example. They may welcome patients in a clinical setting, such as a medical center or lab. Or they may own their own private practice and treat patients on site.

Hypnotherapy is related to psychology, counseling, psychiatry, and psychotherapy. Some are medical doctors, such as the case with psychiatrists, while others are not doctors but have specific training in one field, such as mental health counselors. Hypnotherapists may tape their sessions, which may aid them later when making evaluations and treatment decisions.

Patients will probably first speak with a receptionist when they first call or visit. This person can set up an appointment, provide health care insurance information, and outline services. The patient may then meet with a nurse to go over medical history before meeting with the actual hypnotherapist. The professional can go over his or her extensive training and experience dealing with hypnotherapy to obtain relief from depression, help with weight loss, and curb smoking.