Depth Hypnosis FAQ

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How is Depth Hypnosis different from traditional psychotherapy?
In talk therapy, we use our conscious and analytical mind to think and talk about our problems. This can be helpful at arriving at an understanding of our experience on a conceptual level. This is an important step toward healing. But it is possible to become “stuck” in an issue, without actually changing your relationship to the problem, if you don’t take the next steps to engage with transformation beyond conceptual understanding. Depth Hypnosis uses techniques that bypass the conscious mind and connect you with your inner wisdom. By reaching beyond the conscious mind, you can address issues at their root level. Working with the root of the issue allows deep and long lasting change to occur throughout all levels of your being – mind, body, and spirit.

What issues can be addressed with Depth Hypnosis?

Depth Hypnosis is a model for ongoing personal growth and spiritual transformation. As such, it can ameliorate many types of issues, including addiction, depression, phobia, anxiety, panic, stress, attention deficit disorders, physical ailments, and all types of compulsive or self-limiting behavior. The use of Depth Hypnosis in addressing depression, panic, addiction, and immune system diseases has produced a shift in symptoms in a majority of cases.

Do I need an undergraduate or a graduate degree to participate in these workshops?

No. Although many of our students have Master’s degrees and doctorates, no degree at any level of education is a requirement for the Depth Hypnosis workshops.

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