<img src="https://catharsistime.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/pexels-photo-1930523.jpeg" alt="Photo by Ana Bregantin on <a href="https://www.pexels.com/photo/adult-alone-despair-emotion-1930523/" rel="nofollow">Pexels.comPhoto by Ana Bregantin on Pexels.com Pain often signifies when something is wrong in our bodies. But, sometimes even when there is no structural abnormality or injury, our pain persists. Sometimes our brains begin to send out even more pain signals, causing our nervous systems to … Continue reading Is there any hope for chronic pain?
Photo by Julia M Cameron on Pexels.com Are you the parent of a teen or tween who is in need of additional mental health, social or emotional support? I am looking at starting an online weekly support group for kids who struggle with social anxiety. We will focus on the mind-body connection, and ways to … Continue reading Offering online support group for tweens & teens!
Light Therapy is easy to use, even during a busy day. When my physician told me to order a "happy light" to improve my mood, I was sceptical. After researching my options, I settled on a travel sized light. Little did I know that by just using it for 20-30 minutes a day, my mood … Continue reading Missing sunshine
Did you know that you can accomplish more in 1-2 hypnosis sessions than you can in years of talk therapy alone? Don't get me wrong. Talk therapy can be great! Not only do I love spending time getting to know my clients, I've observed from both ends of the couch just how powerful talk therapy … Continue reading Hypnosis vs. talk therapy
Recently, I was asked to simplify self-hypnosis. Reading about how to do it can seem complicated. Here is an easy way to try self-hypnosis before you go to sleep tonight.Give it a try and let me know how you feel! 1) Take 3 deep belly breathes, filling your belly with the air as your breathe … Continue reading Easy Self-Hypnosis
Photo by Kat Jayne on Pexels.com I've had multiple painful losses this week. My default had been to stuff that emotional pain down, which often resulted in an increase in my physical pain. Today I'm reminded that my "default" doesn't have to be permanent. I'm reminded that sharing my pain, lessens it. Speaking it out … Continue reading You’re not alone
Photo by Bradley Hook on Pexels.com https://theravr.io/ I am so excited to announce that I am partnering with TheraVR to begin offering virtual reality hypnotherapy! While I will continue offering hypnotherapy online using https://doxy.me/hypnohelp, soon I will also be offering a brand new type of therapy online using virtual reality! Create your own avatar, choose … Continue reading Virtual Reality Therapy!
Photo by Nathan Cowley on Pexels.com We are facing multiple losses. Many of us are struggling to make sense of it all. As we continue to practice social distancing, we may also be grieving for a variety of reasons. Weddings have been put on hold. Graduations ceremonies are moved online. Job security has disappeared. And … Continue reading Grieving during the Pandemic
Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com In addition to offering Individual Hypnotherapy sessions, I also offer personalized hypnosis recordings. Many clients benefit from utilizing these recordings on a daily basis. It is an easy and relaxing way to re-enforce the changes that you want to incorporate into your life! Please note that I am unable … Continue reading Services Offered
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Social distancing has become our new "normal." Along with adapting to our current situation, many people are now experiencing anxiety, insomnia and depression. If you already struggled with these things prior to the pandemic, you may find that your symptoms have been exacerbated. Perhaps your chronic pain is at an … Continue reading Feeling overwhelmed?