Hypnosis can often be a valuable tool on its own or as an adjunct to psychotherapy. It can heighten your sensitivity, open up new possibilities and can even offer the potential of relief from emotional or physical suffering. It can reduce anxiety, improve sleep, and improve concentration and attention. Hypnosis has been useful in eliminating fears and phobias in adults and children, helping people overcome fear of flying and fear of public speaking. It has been helpful to countless athletes including golfers, tennis players, skiers, swimmers and others involved in competitive sports. As we become increasingly aware of the importance of the mind-body interaction, hypnosis will play a greater part in the field of psychotherapy.
**Make certain the professional you are working with is licensed in your state as either a psychologist, psychiatrist, social worker or licensed professional counselor. There is no state license for hypnotherapists.
For more information please feel free to contact Dr. Judy Gurfein 212-722-1920 or 201-368-3700