George Bien, PhD, founder of Hypnosis for a New You, has relocated from New York to Perkasie and is now offering not only personal hypnosis sessions, but also public speaking trainings, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) certification and “Professional Hypnotherapist” certification. Continue reading
The Hypnosis Counseling Center is proud to announce it has moved its King of Prussia office to Valley Forge Towers and opened its first office in Ft. Myers, Florida. In keeping with today’s digital times, clients throughout the U.S. and around the world may also receive counseling via Skype.
Hypnosis is safe, medically approved and proven to work. “Whether you want to lose weight, quit smoking, reach your personal best or free yourself of anxiety, hypnosis can help,” states Director Barry Wolfson, MS, who has been in practice 32 years. “It’s also been proven to be the most effective way to lose weight by Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Mount Sinai, Dr. Oz and Dateline NBC.” Continue reading
by Beth Allyn Herman
When pain arises, the assumption is that it’s a true medical issue, injury or disease. If we visit the doctor and a medical cause cannot be identified, it might receive a diagnosis like fibromyalgia or an autoimmune disorder, which can be treated symptomatically, but often not with full relief. The experience of not being able to identify or treat the reason for our pain can lead to disappointment and frustration.
New research confirms a breakthrough in thinking on pain that could put an end to this predicament, and could mean relief for so many living with unexplained pain. Bessel Van Der Kolk, MD, in his book titled The Body Keeps the Score, presents a theory predicated on the realization that physical pain can in fact stem from an emotional nature. He describes how traumatic and other emotionally charged experiences store themselves in the cells of our bodies. “Our bodies record every single emotion we experience and oftentimes the pain we have in our bodies is related to an unresolved and perhaps even unremembered earlier experience,” he says.
by Mandy Francis
How many of us have made a New Year’s resolution on January 1, only to see our efforts fizzle by Valentine’s Day? While a desire to take on positive lifestyle changes is admirable, actually putting those changes into action involves transforming long-habituated beliefs and behaviors. These kinds of shifts are difficult to sustain without the proper support, no matter how strong our desire to change.
by Barry Wolfson
Hypnosis allows us to access the brain at the subconscious level, to get to the root of one’s thoughts and behaviors–whether good or bad, addictive habits. When people are in the “alpha” state of mind, they are more open to suggestion and changing the way they think.
The Hypnosis Counseling Center, with offices in Flemington, Livingston and Princeton, New Jersey, will present Introduction to Hypnosis, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays, May 13, 20 and 27, at Rutgers University, in New Brunswick.
by Barry Wolfson
Stress is often cited as a major impediment to our physical and mental health. Wouldn’t it be great to have a magic pill or a vaccine against stress? The practice of gratitude, it turns out, may be just the thing to help reduce stress.
by Barry Wolfson
Many folks choose the new year as a time to make a new start. Most of us make New Year’s resolutions, yet almost none of us keep them. Although we are usually very sincere, the problem is that we try to tough it out alone, using sheer willpower. However, many of the resolutions involve long-term habits and are difficult to change without help.
Tina Frazier, hypnotherapist and spiritual mentor, joins the staff of the Greenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown, beginning with hosting two workshops in February. With other Greenshire staff, Frazier will facilitate workshops about how to recognize past issues that have been holding us captive, and how to use specific techniques to heal and neutralize those issues.