The Spa of Your Inner Mind

By Michelle Beaudry (excerpted from her book) Does for your mind what a day spa does for your body. Welcome to The Spa of Your Inner Mind Imagine that your client’s subconscious mind has its own health resort full of specialists, practitioners, helpers, and advisors of all kinds. And imagine that inside its hundreds of … Read more

Professional Abuse

By Michael O’Sullivan What exactly is professional abuse? Everyone has their own opinions about what is and what is not acceptable behaviour. To keep matters simple it is probably best to begin with professional codes of ethics. For example how familiar are you with your own professional organisations code? If you are a member of … Read more

Healing Emotionally and Physically from the Inside Out

By Linda Simmon, C.Ht. More and more doctors now realize that hypnosis is powerful medicine. Why this is and how it happens is still something of a mystery, but science is proving that hypnosis can improve your health in amazing ways. It can help relieve pain, make breathing easier for people with respiratory illnesses, … Read more

Hypnosis and The Mind

by Michelle Beaudry, CHt Fundamentals of the Mind The human mind may be subdivided into three parts: the Unconscious, Subconscious and Conscious. These compare to a computer: Unconscious – operating systemSubconscious = hard driveConscious = RAM Each part has separate and distinct tasks. The Unconscious mind operates your automatic body systems such as the circulatory … Read more

Hypnosis Is the Key To Your Mind, Your Health and Your Life!

By Zoilita Grant MS. Hypnosis… the very word conveys dramatic images. We either imagine a strange character waving a pendulum or a group of silly people on a stage acting like ducks or chickens. Both of these images imply that hypnosis can be used to control your mind. Nothing could be further from the … Read more


by Karen Martin Incredibly, there is a way to reduce anxiety during pregnancy, experience comfortable childbirth without any pain medication and minimise the risk of post-natal depression. And it’s available to every single mother-to-be at minimal cost. Surprised? Well you may be even more surprised to discover that it’s not a new development but a … Read more

Hypnosis and fertility: how can hypnotherapy improve the IVF experience and increase the chances of success?

By Sjanie Hugo BA, D.Hyp, PGD.Hyp, MBSCH GQHP Conception is defined as the union of a male sperm and a female ovum resulting in a zygote. Prior to the first pregnancy which resulted from in vitro fertilisation (IVF) in 1973 it was believed that human fertilisation must occur within the woman’s body. Although this pregnancy … Read more

Self-hypnosis: Beyond the Chicago Paradigm,

By Ronald Shone Abstract The study of self-hypnosis by Fromm and Khan gives some interesting insight into self- hypnosis and how it differs from heterohypnosis. Although the first study of its kind, it does indicate that we need to know much more. Self-hypnosis is a learned skill that can be improved over time. However, … Read more

Central Register of Smoking Cessation Therapists (CRSCT) Yellow Pages Corporate Advertising Scheme Announced

We are delighted to announce that, due to the numbers of practitioners who have joined this initiative, Yellow Pages has agreed to allow a corporate scheme, specifically for the CRSCT, to be included within its entire range of printed Directories. All participants should begin to receive invitations to consider taking space in the CRSCT corporate … Read more

Tackling the Obesity Time Bomb

by Diana Powley Judy had struggled with her weight all her life and went to a hypnotherapist. At the time she weighed 16 stone. Her hypnotherapist, Rosemarie, used a two-part process. Firstly, getting Judy to understand her behaviour then, through a relaxed state of mind, suggesting how she could alter her habits to new, … Read more


by Del Hunter Morrill, M.S., C.C.H. If there was ever an “age of anxiety,” ours would be it. All of us experience mild anxiety, regularly, but for some anxiety escalates to forebodings of disaster and even into full-blown, debilitating panic attacks. There are some for whom anxiety develops progressively over time; for others, it … Read more

Manage Stress with the Waterfall Technique By Tracey Burchard Stress is a powerful influence on how we feel, emotionally, mentally and physically. This powerful technique can be used anywhere to help you relieve stress and relax. All you need is two minutes and a quiet place where you can close your eyes. You’re stressed out – admit it. Everywhere you go, you are … Read more

Healthy Life Centers’ Web Site Provides a Free Referral Service and Helps Smokers Kick the Habit

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — June 21, 2007 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Healthy Life Centers puts the power to quit smoking in the minds of the people through a free, referral service that directs them to certified hypnosis programs in their local vicinity. National statistics reveal that there are approximately 51,000,000 Americans who smoke, daily. Out of … Read more

Hypnotherapy – What Types Of Hypnotherapy Are There?

by Steven Hypnosis or trance is something all of us experience naturally every day of our lives. Examples are daydreaming, or when watching TV, and even during periods of driving a car along a motorway. Hypnotherapy is the deliberate intention of guiding a person into hypnosis (trance) and the use of that state of … Read more

The Secret life of Dreams…

By Zoilita Grant MS Every night while we are sleeping, our dreams are having their own secret life. They are processing and integrating the events of our day and giving a rest and recovery period to the part of our brain that regulates attention, memory and mood. During this time our moods are cleared … Read more

Finding A Hypnotherapist – The Top Ten Tips To Getting The Right Hypnotherapist

by Steven If you have come to the conclusion that hypnotherapy is the best form of help for your issue, the next step is to find the right hypnotherapist for you. The following top ten tips will help you come to an informed decision. 1) Get A Personal Recommendation If you know someone who … Read more

What Is Hypnosis?

by Paul Gustafson RN BSN Thought Process In order to explain hypnosis it helps to understand how we process the endless stream of information we are bombarded with everyday. Our conscious mind acts as the gate keeper. It judges, critiques, accepts or denies information for storage in our long-term memory or subconscious mind. With … Read more

OBESITY – £1bn-a-year problem for the NHS

It’s time to recognise obesity as a medical condition and Hypnotherapy could be the most effective treatment, says Diana Powley, leading Clinical Hypnotherapist It is estimated that treating obesity-related diseases costs the NHS over £1billion a year. · The proportion of obese children is now rising faster in Britain than in the US · Obesity … Read more


by Del Hunter Morrill, M.S., C.C.H. What brings about or exacerbates children’s problems? Much that goes on in our world can cause problems for children, just as it does for adults. Rapid physical growth over short periods of time, and concerns about changes in their bodies can cause stress and loss of self-esteem. Various problems … Read more

A case study involving the use of Hypnotherapy for Psoriasis

by Paul Howard D.Hyp Introduction Sally was one of the clients in a study I conducted on the effects of Hypnotherapy on Plaque Psoriasis. Having seen various studies on how Hypnotherapy can be very helpful in tackling psoriasis I asked for volunteers on a self-help forum through the Internet. Sally was one of the … Read more

HYPNOTHERAPY : A Brief Introduction

What is Hypnosis? Healing by trance state (or an altered state of awareness) is among the oldest phenomena known to man and is found, in one form or another, in virtually every culture throughout the world. It could also be legitimately described as the original psychological therapy and somewhat more contentiously, as the basis for … Read more

How Hypnosis, EFT & NLP helped a lady with a fear of vegetables

Christina Mills Dip EHP NLP Master Practitioner EFT Practitioner (Notes: EFT = Emotional Freedom Technique, NLP = NeuroLinguistic Programming) I was contacted recently by Southern Counties Radio about a lady who had a fear of vegetables. She was unable to handle any vegetables and most fruit, in addition she was not able to say … Read more

Mind Over Menopause

By Zoilita Grant MS. Approximately 1,600,000 women enter menopause each year. Many of these women experience a variety of different uncomfortable symptoms. Even for those who are free of troubling symptoms, this is an important transition time that requires changes in attitudes that match the changes taking place within the body. All women need … Read more

Quit Smoking – An Essential Asset To Successfully Stop Smoking

by Steven The number one asset and resource that anyone has when making a change to their lifestyle, is their decision to do something different. This is never truer than when successfully stopping smoking. Attempting to stop smoking for the wrong reason is virtually always doomed to fail. One of the wrong reasons might … Read more

Hypnosis in the hospital

by Paul Gustafson RN BSN Did you know that Americans spend as much out-of-pocket for complimentary healthcare as they do for inpatient hospitalizations? The Eisenberg studies of 1991 and 1997 revealed that people are searching for alternatives and don’t mind paying for it. The authoritarian approach to western medicine assumes that health and wellness … Read more