Hypnosis and Transformation of Trauma
A Mind-Body Medicine Approach to Reclaim your Life After Trauma
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Emotional abuse and other types of trauma can lead to complex stress disorders. Stress disorders can benefit from adjuvant therapies like hypnosis and the mind-body medicine model.
Hypnosis can help clients discover their strengths, build self-esteem, feel more relaxed, sleep better, find safety and stabilization methods too.
Additionally, hypnosis can help increase positive automatic thoughts, support subjective well-being, and lead to post-traumatic growth. These aspects of hypnosis can support the recovery from abuse
One of the hardest parts of recovery is due to the fact that the person closest to the individual is the threat, which is often the case.
When the body is constant bombarded with negativity, the body develops shortcut reflex responses to deal with the trauma. This trauma, happening over time, causes the person to enter survival mode.
Hypnosis focuses on the client’s innate abilities to uncover solutions and overcome challenges. There are many definitions of hypnosis. Hypnosis is a focused, receptive state of attentiveness that leads to suggestibility. Hypnosis is one tool that can be beneficial for complex issues.
Emotional & psychological symptoms:
• Confusion, difficulty concentrating
• Anger, irritability, mood swings
• Anxiety and fear
• Guilt, shame, self-blame
• Withdrawing from others
• Feeling hopeless
• Feeling disconnected or numb
• Panic attacks
• Insomnia or nightmares or other sleep disturbances
• Being startled easily
• Edginess and agitation
• Aches and pains
• Muscle tension
...hypnosis is the vehicle for empowering people with the abilities and realizations that ultimately can help them
~Michael D. Yapko, PhD
Being stuck in the trauma response makes it harder for the clients to imagine, learn new things, find the time or ways to play.
Hypnosis can also help build positive automatic thoughts and help clients set up goals and follow through with those goals.
Inner child work or ‘parts work’ in hypnosis can help support the healing.
Strengthening the client’s self-esteem can be done by working using ego strengthening suggestions.
Hypnosis’s effectiveness is higher if the client has a deep motivation to overcome the challenges and wanting forward motion towards goals.
A practitioner in hypnosis can help, please check the credentials of anyone you choose, as experience and proper training mean you get the best experience and results.
Schedule a free call consultation to see how hypnosis can help you to go from surviving to thriving. This is not a quick fix rather a healing journey. Healing can be messy, but it is worth it. I know I have been there too!
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Hypnosis can be great for motivation, rebuilding self-esteem, healing the inner child, and recovery from other symptoms like nightmares, insomnia, or other issues related to emotional abuse.
It’s beneficial, particularly when working with ego strengthening.
Set up a free consultation with me to discuss hypnosis and how it may be beneficial for you.
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Kelli Hughart is a Mind-Body Medicine Practitioner and Positive Psychology Coach in the Integrative Medicine model.
She has earned additional certifications in Trauma-Informed Coaching and Clinical Hypnosis.
Kelli has been practicing holistic methods for over 30 years and has been teaching workshops and online classes for over ten years.
In addition, Kelli has been interviewed by local magazines and newspapers. She has also been a guest educator at herb conferences and gatherings.
Her services are not designed to take the place of mental or physical medical care. Nor are the services designed to replace the relationship with healthcare providers.
However, one has the constitutional right to seek out services that align with one’s personal goals and ideals.
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