Do you have questions about hypnotherapy? Here are some answers to questions we are often asked.

What does hypnosis do to your brain?

Expands your imagination and can enhance your mind and memory.
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Does hypnotherapy work for phobias?

Yes, and it can be quite beneficial.

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How long do the effects of hypnosis last?

For many, a long time. For some it could be from hours to weeks. It all depends what they need, what they get out of it and if they use it to help themselves.

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Is hypnotherapy good for OCD?

Yes - it can be quite beneficial.

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Can hypnotherapy remove unwanted thoughts?

It can not remove, but it can place into dormancy for a long long time.

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Can you be hypnotized without your knowledge?

Not that I am aware of.

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What at the side effects of hypnosis?

Upon coming out of the state of hypnosis & deep relaxation, some experience grogginess or feeling of light headed as if awaking from a profound nap.

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Is hypnotherapy covered by insurance?

In most cases no. Yet, there are insurance companies that honor medical hypnosis and may refund some if not most of the cost.

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Does hypnotherapy really work?

Yes - for those who are open and receptive.

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What is hypnotherapy used for?

Hypnotherapy is a tool to unlock human potential, not a magic formula. Hypnosis can help people to address both their negative habits and associated problems, but these issues can be complex and challenging both for the client and for the therapist, and hypnotherapy works for all who are willing, open and ready to HealWithin and begin their transformation for the better.

Hypnotherapy can also be used for pain.  Here a dentist talks about using hypnosis instead of anesthetics.
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Can you by hypnotized to do something against your will

You cannot be hypnotized to do things against your will because you are always in charge and you know exactly what you’re doing.

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