and Daniel Rose
Hypnotherapy is an extremely effective technique that harnesses the power of the mind to accomplish a wide range of goals. As a form of psychotherapy, hypnotherapy engages your mind through hypnosis to induce meaningful, long-term changes. There is a strong relationship between hypnotherapy and psychology, and many hypnotists have training in both fields. Hypnotherapy’s power stems from its ability to help the mind control certain impulses or feelings such as smoking, overeating, having low self-esteem, and cycles of anxiety, stress, panic, phobias, and social issues. When you undergo hypnotherapy, you instantly see results that improve the quality of your daily life and health. In fact, after undergoing hypnotherapy treatments, most of our clients wish they had found out about hypnosis techniques earlier in their lives. Hypnotherapy is appropriate for any individual over the age of four who does not suffer from any serious mental disorders or addictions. Children often benefit tremendously from hypnotherapy given their powerful imaginations, and it can help cure bed-wetting, stuttering, nervous skin disorders, and other common childhood afflictions as well.
Founder Daniel Rose CHT/CMH/BS
Daniel Rose is committed to helping you achieve most if not all of your goals through hypnosis. Author of The Hypnotic Coach Daniel is generally a “first choice referral” of medical doctors for a variety of reasons, including patients “unresponsive to traditional medical treatment.
Daniel’s 30+ years experience and unique ability to help people reach their deepest level of trance, directly correlates to medical studies suggesting “greater states of hypnotic trance, produce more effective results” This is evident by his profound group demonstrations and glove anesthesia.
As a Hypnotherapist of 30+ years, he has served the people of the Northern NJ/NY area by helping them overcome fears, addictions, painful experiences and more.
An author of various writings, including “The Hypnotic Coach”, Daniel Rose is a respected speaker and motivator. He coordinates the best possible treatment for his patients both through his individual and group therapy sessions, as well as touching lives through his written works.
Hypnosis is a totally safe, natural phenomenon.
Basically, it is simply a form of very deep mental relaxation, rather like meditation. In a clinical setting it is neither dramatic nor exciting, but don’t let this give you the impression that it can’t therefore be as powerful as you may have believed; it is in fact far more powerful than most people imagine. It is potentially as powerful as the human mind itself – and don’t forget that it is the mind that is the root cause of most problems that people come forward with, whether it is a phobia, a state of anxiety or just a craving for cigarettes.
The state of deep mental relaxation is very pleasant and your mind will remain very clear throughout, however deeply you go. You remain the ‘captain’; the hypnotherapist is just the ‘navigator’. There is no question of being controlled or manipulated against your will; you remain in control at all times. Hypnosis is obtained through focused concentration, for example on the therapist’s voice. Once the deep state of hypnotic relaxation has been reached, the subconscious mind is able to absorb information, suggestion and other content which bring about the therapeutic changes.