Hypnosis can help you conquer life's challenges

Selecting a Hypnotherapist

The relationship between a Consulting Hypnotist and his/her client is an important one. A high level of trust and understanding between the two of you will increase the likelihood of success, so choose someone who:

  • Treats you as a unique individual and is perceptive of your needs
  • Is able to identify problem areas and to determine an appropriate scope of induction and treatment
  • Maintains objectivity
  • Does not allow his/her own agenda (or problems) to interfere with your treatment
  • Is respected by the medical & psychological community
  • Effectively handles surprises and emotionally charged situations
  • Respects your confidentiality

Want Help Finding a Hypnotherapist?   Contact:

American Association of Professional Hypnotherapists
(650-323-3224) or www.aaph.org

International Association for Regression Research & Therapies
(909-784-1570) or www.IARRT.org

National Guild of Hypnotists
(603-429-9438) or www.NGH.net

Here are just a few local-area colleagues for you to consider:

Mary Ellen Derwis-Balaz 

Jane Ehrman 

Rosanne Zavarella

What you should expect from your practitioner:

  • Private, confidential sessions
  • Convenient location
  • Comfortable office
  • Caring, compassionate help
  • Willingness to work closely with your doctor or psychologist
  • High integrity and candor (Click here to see Client Bill of Rights)