Stress & Anxiety Workshop

Reduce Anxiety & Stress Workshop
Doors open for registration
This Workshop introduces you to Hypnotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness to help you control, reduce and even eliminate anxiety and anxiety related disorders.

You should feel immediate relief after taking this workshop and you’ll go home with new tools to help you live the happy, content life you were meant to live.

4 Anxiety Problems Hypnosis Can Address:

In terms of directly addressing your anxiety, there are 3 anxiety-related problems that Hypnotherapy is commonly used to address.

1) Physical Tension/Strain: Physical pain and tension (often having roots in emotional tension) can be addressed by hypnosis. Addressing and working to alter the beliefs that you have about the triggers for your anxiety can help reduce the frequency and/or intensity of the physically straining symptoms of anxiety such as a rapid heart rate, rapid breathing and shaking.

2) Emotional Strain/Moodiness: Along with causing physical strain, constant or frequent anxiety can also put you in a strained emotional state. The bodily energy required by the physical symptoms of anxiety, in combination with the persistent feelings of discontentment and worry, can make you feel drained and/or on edge. Hypnotherapy’s general purpose is to put people in a more positive frame of mind, altering unnecessary negative beliefs and implanting more helpful ones. In addressing this symptom, I focus on implanting the belief that you feel happy, content, and confident in your ability to address and resolve the causes of your anxiety.

3) Sleeping Problems: Many people with anxiety also have difficulty sleeping well. Getting to sleep in an anxious state and sleeping deeply when nightmares and muscle tension are keeping you awake can be nearly impossible. Hypnosis can assist with sleep deprivation by implanting the suggestion that you have gotten plenty of restful sleep recently. Alternatively, or in addition, I can help you to alter your anxious thought patterns so that they do not spiral out of control and keep you awake (as well as causing the panic attacks that can result in muscle tension).

4) Phobic Reactions: Seeing a hypnotherapist for help in conquering a phobia (for example, a fear of social situations or crowded rooms) can be far preferable to regularly taking medication in order to remain calm during everyday activities. I’ll work to to replace your unhealthy or illogical beliefs about the object of your phobia with more logically sound and useful beliefs. All so much easier in hypnosis, without that critical mind in the way.

Contact Diane The HypnoGuide to reserve your place