Self-Hypnosis for Stress Relief

Self-Hypnosis for Stress Relief | FREE Workshop

CSCAZ Stress Relief

In this free class you will learn relaxation techniques (self-hypnosis) that can change your life by giving you a way to reduce stress, change your health, and strengthen your immune system.

Self-Hypnosis Is Just Deep, Natural Relaxation

Self-hypnosis, learning deep relaxation techniques you can do at home, can change your life by giving you a way to reduce stress and anxiety, change your health, and strengthen your immune system.

In This Class You’ll Learn:
• The truth about how self-hypnosis works
• 3 effective methods of self-hypnosis
• How to create suggestions for change that really work
• How to enhance creativity and intuition
• How to use hypnosis to manage stress

Hypnosis activates your natural healing process. It mobilizes the subconscious mind (the body’s autonomic nervous system) to do the healing. Hypnosis doesn’t do the healing, it is a technique that actives your own natural healing potential.

“I found that many complaints – smoking, overeating, test anxiety, public speaking phobia, and chronic physical pain – responded more dramatically to hypnosis than to other forms of psychotherapy I was using.”

Dr. Deirdre Barrett, Ph.D., Psychologist | Faculty at Harvard Medical School


Go to the Cancer Support Communities Calendar. Look for May 21st and click on the Self-Hypnosis for Stress Relief class


Clinical Hypnotherapy (CHT) | Certified Medical Support Specialist (CMS)

Craig is among the most qualified professionals in the Southwest, and has authored several books and videos on healing and reaching your full potential, as well as, created several workshops to help you produce the life of your dreams. He is founder and director of Arizona Integrative Hypnotherapy.

Craig is a graduate of the Hypnotherapy Academy of America where he successfully completed 500 hours of classroom-style Clinical Hypnotherapy Training receiving his Certification as a Medical Support Clinical Hypnotherapist, as taught by leading experts in the field and physicians. He has also completed over 200 hours of continuing education training in hypnotherapeutic and neuro linguistic programming techniques.

He is the author of the best selling program Depression 180 about which psychologist Dr. Steven Gurgevich, Clinical Asst. Professor of Medicine at the Center for Integrative Medicine, University of Arizona says, “Craig Meriwether’s book is the most comprehensive and user-friendly resource to help ourselves and loved ones struggling with depression. I highly recommend this book to everyone that wants help turning their depression around.”

Craig has also created the Mind Mastery Blueprint and Life Transformation Kit, and is a featured author in the New York Times bestselling book Pearls of Wisdom: 30 Inspirational Ideas to Live Your Best Life Now! along with Jack Canfield, Marci Shimoff and Janet Attwood.

Craig was host of the popular podcast Tipping Point Radio interviewing such experts in mind, body and spiritual transformation as Marianne Williamson, Joe Dispenza, Gregg Braden, Teal Swan, Bruce Lipton, jazz great John McLaughlin and many more.


There are certainly times when the stress response is necessary.
But the stress response is an auxiliary system and to turn on it needs to pull power and energy from other systems of the body like your immune system.

Case in point, in research published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, hypnosis and related visualization techniques where shown to actually prevent the weakening of the immune response that often follows periods of acute stress.
Medical and dental students who were about to take exams and under tremendous amounts of stress were taught self-hypnosis, so doing hypnotherapy on themselves after some training.

In the study the control group, subjects who had not used self-hypnosis as a relaxation technique prior to their stressful event, they showed a 24 percent decrease in T-cell count compared to a 2 percent increase in the hypnosis group – T cells = T-Lymphocyte white blood cells are important to the immune response.

The investigators found that during acute stress during exam time, the self-hypnosis students exhibited stronger immune responses compared with students who did not learn the technique.

Amazingly, the more often students practiced the relaxation strategy, the stronger their immune response became.
Take time every day to rest your body and mind. We are in very stressful times so it is very important for the health of your body, mind and nervous system to take time for rest and exercise.

If you ever have any questions about how using hypnotherapy can help you heal a past trauma or deal with anxiety in your life please give me an email or call and I’d love to talk with you about them.