• Lisa S. Larsen, PsyD

Struggling to succeed? Try hypnosis.

Woman being hypnotized with arm elevation
What can your subconscious mind do for you today?


You see other people take good care of their health, enjoy happy relationships with their loved ones, and succeed in business. Yet it seems out of your grasp. Negative thinking patterns and self-sabotaging behaviors keep you from what you want to do. No matter how many self-help books or podcasts you listen to, you keep sliding into your familiar rut. It’s frustrating, demoralizing and discouraging. Have you ever thought that hypnosis could help?

Whether you struggle with smoking, overeating, anxiety, phobias, or low self-esteem, there comes a point when enough is enough. There’s a saying in Alcoholics Anonymous, “I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired.” You may have reached that point a while ago but were afraid to act. Something in you, though, nudges you toward change. No longer are you willing to allow your negative self-destructive patterns to stop you from trying something new. Instead of beating yourself up for not having a perfect body, exercising and eating well, or not achieving success, why not try clinical hypnosis?

Do you wish that you could stop a self-destructive pattern gambling, smoking, or spending too much money? What will you get when you give those behaviors up? What have you wanted to do for a long time but had all your money, time, and energy invested in a self-defeating behavior? Hypnosis can disrupt ineffective patterns of behavior and thinking that keep the habit in place. You can also start to feel more in control of your life in general and recognize the strength and wisdom within you.

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