“Craig’s approach to hypnotherapy is so well thought of and unique. It is not one of those where he hypnotizes you in 10 minutes and you are good to go. Usually needing a few sessions but is worth every penny, it transforms who you are and cleans all the old programming. He is passionate, patient, and will work with you. Highly recommend, look no further, good for addictions, medical issues, family dynamics.”
Dr. Lena Malofeeva – Google Review
Thank you Dr. Malofeeva. Training is so important in doing this healing work. As you know I am a certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and a Certified Medical Support Specialist having completed 500 hours of classroom style education in this comprehensive methodology at the prestigious Hypnotherapy Academy of America, North America’s premier hypnotherapy training institute, taught by leading experts in the field and physicians.
It is estimated that only 5% of hypnotherapists have the 500 hours of classroom style certification training in hypnotherapy that Craig does. Unfortunately, the vast majority of hypnotherapists have only 80 to 200 hours of training, many through correspondence courses online, with little or no clinical skills supervision.
ARIZONA INTEGRATIVE HYPNOTHERAPY
Hypnotherapy (sometimes called hypnotic suggestion) is a therapeutic practice that uses guided hypnosis to help a client reach a trance-like state of focus, concentration, diminished peripheral awareness, and heightened suggestibility. This state is similar to being completely absorbed in a book, movie, music, or even one’s own thoughts or meditations. In it, a person is unusually responsive to an idea or image, but they are not under anyone’s “control.”
Instead, a trained clinical hypnotherapist can help clients in this state relax and turn their attention inward to discover and utilize resources within themselves that can help them achieve desired behavioral changes or better manage pain or other physical concerns. Eventually, a client learns how to address their states of awareness on their own and in doing so, gain greater control of their physical and psychological responses.
The American Psychological Association and American Medical Association have recognized hypnotherapy as a valid procedure since 1958, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has recommended it as a treatment for chronic pain since 1995.
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