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Hypnosis -

Use hypnosis to

  • Quit smoking
  • Lose weight (more info)
  • Increase confidence
  • Decrease stress and anxiety
  • Increase Motivation
  • Other...

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Life Transformation -

Use Hypnosis to reshape more than one area of your life. Areas may include

  • Health
  • Weight
  • Relationships
  • Career
  • Creativity
  • Stress Management
  • Overall Direction
  • Many Others...




HypnoCoaching -

Use Hypnosis with coaching to accomplish specific goals in one or more areas of your life. Use HypnoCoaching to

  • Improve Job Performance
  • Build a Business
  • Establish a Healthy Relationship
  • Other...
The number of sessions needed varies, based on the issue(s) and the individual.

Holistic Nutrition Coaching -

Use Holistic Nutrition to bring all primary nutritional elements of your life into balance and couple that with a healthy diet that fits your bio-individuality to create true and lasting wellness.

Trip to the Grocery Store -

Learn how to select foods that are nutritious and harmonious with your body. I offer a hosted trip to Whole Foods Market at 91st and Metcalf in Overland Park that lasts approximately an hour and costs $75.

Pricing* -

Adults - First session is $200 and lasts approximately 2-1/2 hours. Follow-up sessions cost $85 and last approximately 1-1/4 hours.

Senior Citizens (65 and over) - First session is $150 and lasts approximately 2-1/2 hours. Follow-up sessions cost $75 and last approximately 1-1/4 hours.

Adolescents (13-18) - First session is $120 and lasts approximately 1-1/2 hours. Follow-up sessions cost $85 and last approximately 1 hour.

Children (5-12) - First session is $85 and lasts approximately 1-1/4 hours. Follow-up sessions cost $65 and last approximately 50 minutes.

*Some prices may be subject to change depending on degree of issue.

  

The Beginnings of Hypnosis

  • Western scientists first became involved in hypnosis around 1770, when Franz Mesmer (1734–1815), a physician from Austria, started investigating an effect he called "animal magnetism" or "mesmerism" (the latter name still remaining popular today).

  • In 1958, the American Medical Association approved a report on the medical uses of hypnosis. It encouraged research on hypnosis although pointing out that some aspects of hypnosis are unknown and controversial. However, in June 1987, the AMA's policy-making body rescinded all AMA policies from 1881–1958.

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