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Part of two highly accredited and recognized hypnosis/hypnotherapy associations IACT and NGH

IS HYPNOSIS RIGHT FOR YOU?

Hypnosis & Guided Meditation - It is Time to Clear all that Clutter in your Head”  

 

Robin Gensburg is a trained hypnotherapist through the NLP Center of New York. Her practice and training in hypnosis and guided meditation has proven successful in many clients she has worked with, including the staff at Calvary Hospital. She has treated ptsd, adult add, sleep disorders, anxiety and addictions. Robin has worked with hospice patients the last 3 years, helping them relax and get them out of their heads. She has taken many people to wonderful places without even moving. Through her own practice, Harbor Hypnotherapy & Healing Life's Losses, she has provided many techniques and tools for her clients. Her latest venture is helping people through a virtual weight loss program through a series of five sessions, Robin takes her clients through a unique journey to living a healthier lifestyle. 

 

Is Hypnosis Right for you?

  • Weight Loss, Obesity & Eating disorders​

  • Depression & Anxiety

  • Chronic Pain

  • Addiction & Alcohol Abuse

  • Anger Management

  • Divorce​, Family Conflict and Relationship Issues

  • Life Coaching

  • Losses and Transitions and Guided Imagery

  • Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)

  • Self Esteem

  • Sleep or Insomnia

  • Sports Performance

  • Trauma and PTSD

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Impulse Control Disorders

  • Mood Disorders

It sounds like the work of sorcerers and scam artists, but hypnosis can play a very real role in protecting and promoting health.

This isn’t the “You are getting very sleepy...” hypnosis you’re used to seeing in pop culture references, but a clinical procedure used in conjunction with other therapies and treatments, according to the American Psychological Association. Hypnosis for health benefits “should be conducted only by properly trained and credentialed health care professionals (e.g. psychologists) who also have been trained in the use of hypnosis and who are working within the limits of their professional expertise,” according to the APA’s website.

The “state of inner absorption, concentration and focused attention” brought on by hypnosis may help us use our minds more powerfully, according to the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH). And harnessing the powers of the mind has inspired researchers and clinicians in various fields to explore the use of hypnosis in a number of health outcomes.