Category: Blog

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Oct 27 2012

Do You Have of Fear of Sleep? Here are Some Reasons and Strategies to Deal With It – Vol. 172, Oct. 26, 2012

There are many reasons why a person may have a fear of sleep according to the article “Scared to Sleep” by Winnie Yu published in WebMD. According to Mathew Edlund, MD, director of the Center for Circadian Medicine in Sarasota, Fla, and the author of The Power of Sleep, sleep dread is very common. It …

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Oct 20 2012

Vol. 96, January, 2011 – Why The Pain? Doctors Found No Reason

A young woman comes in to see me with a life long pain in her shoulder. Medical care did not help. So what did that pain mean? Read the posting to find out.

Oct 20 2012

Feeling Naked Under Hypnosis: Myths and Realities – Vol. 171, Oct. 19, 2012

My web master was speaking to a woman he knows about the work that I do as a hypnotist. She is a person who has been in therapy for over a year. She has been thinking about using hypnosis to make more progress but has resisted thus far. Why? Because she believes that when one …

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Oct 12 2012

Thomas P. Connelly, Dental Surgeon Questions Use of Hypnosis in the Huffpost – Vol. 131, Dec. 22, 2011

Thomas P. Connelly, D.D.S. wrote an interesting article for the November 30, 2011 Huffington Post based on a patient of his asking him to use hypnosis for dental pain instead of the Procaine anesthetic injection he was ready to use that day. This lead him to do some research into the efficacy of hypnosis for …

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Oct 12 2012

Do You Fear Rejection? How About Rethinking It? – Vol. 170, Oct. 12, 2012

I have many clients who fear rejection. In fact, I just had a situation where this came up in my own dating life. I had just begun seeing a gentleman who was sweet and caring. He has a great sense of humor and an ease of telling stories and jokes. He also is a mental …

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Oct 06 2012

Getting the whole picture

Suzanne looks at a clients entire life history to help define treatment options

Oct 06 2012

Eating Disorder Treatment: Physiological Causes of Eating Disorders – Vol. 145, April 19, 2012

Over the years that I have been working with eating disorders it has been obvious that these clients have a very poor idea of how detect the normal bodily cues such as when they are hungry or full, have inability to sense their weight, as well as not having a clear idea of what their …

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