Hypnotherapy can often provide results quicker than psychotherapy alone. This is because clinical hypnosis increases the focus in therapy to achieve desired goals.

Clinical hypnosis can deepen new learning and enhance personal strengths. Learn new ways of responding to old patterns, new skills to better cope, new insights realized on many levels.

Some common problems that hypnotherapy can treat:

  • Anxiety
  • Motivation
  • Stress
  • Performance anxiety
  • Self-confidence
  • Fears
  • Habit change
  • Depression
  • Emotional healing

Clinical hypnosis is a tool that can be integrated with most therapeutic interventions for many conditions and problems. A client who chooses to use it in their treatment plan will know ahead of time how it will be used within the session. 

There are many myths and misunderstandings about hypnosis as used by a healthcare professional. Unfortunately the movies and stage hypnotists have played their part in perpetuating some of these. The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis  addresses myths and provides other useful information under the Public Menu Tab.

When used by a professional licensed in the healthcare field clinical hypnosis is safe and can be quite beneficial. As a healthcare consumer, selecting a trained professional is an important consideration. The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and it’s Florida affiliate the Florida Society of Clinical Hypnosis provide comprehensive training for licensed professionals with a master degree or above in the healthcare field. William Roderick received his training from these two organizations and remains an active member.

Not sure about hypnosis or if hypnotherapy is for you?

Contact William to find out more about clinical hypnosis and to set up an evaluation.