While Hypnosis was much debated throughout psychology’s history, it is now largely accepted today as a powerful treatment that can help patients with an array of problems. Often used in conjunction with other therapies, Hypnosis is a means of putting a patient into a state of enhanced concentration and focus, reduced peripheral awareness, and suggestibility. Through mental imagery and soothing verbal repetition, the therapist will ease the patient into a relaxed state that lends the mind to a sense of openness to transformative messages. This can be used to help patients break bad habits (such as smoking), enforce positive change (like losing weight), or deal with anxiety or mood disorders.
Chemical Dependence occurs when an individual persists in the use of drugs or alcohol despite the problems related to their excessive usage. Signs of Chemical Dependence can include an increased toler...View Condition
Generalized Anxiety Disorder is characterized by suffering from a sense of undo worry or concern about a number of different things. Those who suffer from GAD can find themselves incessantly preoccupi...View Condition
Mood disorders are characterized by a serious change in mood that cause disruption to life activities. Though many different subtypes are recognized, three major states of mood disorders exist: depres...View Condition