NYC Hypnosis & Therapy For Phobias: Fear Of Needles & Flying Phobia Update
The new treatment combines hypnosis and integrative methods to relax clients so that they can discover creative solutions to help them with their fears. Contrary to popular belief, hypnosis does not force a person to perform an action against their will. Instead, clients are placed in a trance state of deep relaxation and heightened imagination.
More details can be found at https://www.nyhealthhypnosis.com/specialties/ocd-fear-phobia
NY Health Hypnosis explains that its integrative therapy combines psychoanalysis, mindfulness, and Buddhist theories that guide clients to develop a complex understanding of their thoughts. Hypnosis, in particular, helps clients go deeper into themselves, understand their thought patterns, and quiet any self-limiting beliefs. The goal of a hypnosis session is to end the internal conflict so that healing can begin.
Numerous studies discuss the therapeutic benefits of hypnosis for treating phobias, anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, ADHD, trauma, stress, and grief. During hypnosis, a therapist guides clients to a calm state of mind, where certain suggestions will be made. Because the client offers no resistance to these suggestions, they are more likely to be accepted and implemented in real life. When done correctly, hypnosis can open the mind to new experiences and positive transformation.
Clients at the center will work with Dr. Karolina Pekala and Dr. Meghan Downey, experts in hypnosis for phobias. All therapies are customized to each client, and may feature a mix of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectal behavior therapy (DBT), Jungian therapy, and psychoanalysis depending on the need.
A spokesperson for the center wrote, “Obsessive thinking and intense fears that we know are irrational are more than just inconvenient – they can impact every aspect of our lives and make it difficult to experience joy. You might feel embarrassed or ashamed about these thoughts or resulting behaviors, but trying to stop the obsessions often leads to greater distress as you engage in a vicious cycle — with only the repetitive behavior capable of relieving the anxiety.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.nyhealthhypnosis.com/specialties/ocd-fear-phobia
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