“An abnormal reaction to an abnormal situation is normal behavior.” 
Viktor E. Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning

“In some ways suffering ceases to be suffering at the moment it finds a meaning” 
Viktor E. Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning

"It's not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters."

― Epictetus 55-135 AD

Good people sometimes go thru extreme situations and handle the aftermath the best they can.  Sometimes "the best they can" still leads to pain and suffering both for the person who survived and for the people who love him or her.  

Our subconscious mind wants us to learn lessons and develop understandings from every challenge in life.  But some memories are so painful, we don't want to think about them.  The subconscious responds to our stubbornness by doing things to get our attention.  Our subconscious may give us dreams that we call "nightmares”.  Or it may give us peculiar behaviors or thoughts.  Our subconscious does these things in an attempt to get us to learn the lessons we haven't yet learned.  Some people respond to their subconscious mind in very dire ways.  Up to and including suicide.

It doesn't have to be that way.  The person dealing with the symptoms of PTSD can find peace and "normalcy" in a surprisingly short period of time.

The process we use:

Step One.  Remove "old emotional baggage".

 We have emotions "running in the background", taking up resources.  Those emotions probably made perfect sense back when they were created, but no longer serve us.  We want to release those old emotions so we can reclaim that energy to use toward accomplishing our goals in life.  This one process makes the client feel stronger and at peace.  It's advertised as "Lose 10 pounds in one hour", because the client feels so much lighter and freer after this process.  Now that we have reclaimed all these resources, and the client feels much stronger, it's time for...

Step Two.  Give meaning to what happened.

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We can survive horrific circumstances.  Terrible things can happen to and around us, and we come out "ok".  Now it's time to make sense of what happened.  To learn the lessons our subconscious mind demands we learn.  Once we give meaning to what happened, we can release the emotions tied up in the memory.  Once we have learned the lessons, our subconscious no longer feels the need to give us "those dreams" or "those thoughts".



How soon should I see results? 
You should feel a sense of peace after your first session.  Others have reported the "nightmares" have stopped after the first session.

How many sessions do I need?
Of course, each case is different, but many people only need one or two sessions.  Once you've been thru the process and understand it, you can do it for and by yourself.

What if I can't be hypnotized?
Of course you can be hypnotized.  You already put yourself into hypnosis several times a day, every day.  The real question is, will you allow me to lead you into hypnosis, this time.   The level of trance required for this is little more than a really vivid daydream.

Do I have to talk about what happened there?
No.   The hypnotist doesn't need to know any details, and won't even ask.

Will you protect my privacy? 
Absolutely.  There is no reporting requirement.
  - In addition, if you pay in cash, you don't even have to use your real name
  - In addition, if you use a pre-paid phone, we will only know your phone number until you    throw away the phone.
  - In addition, if you park across the street, we won't even see your car.
  - In addition, "I have a bad memory for faces."

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NOTE:  If you are currently under the care of a mental health professional, we will need written permission from your provider before we can work with you. This is for your safety and well being.