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 Hypnotherapy And Mind/Body Coaching

A Step in the Right Direction

What issues do you help with?

While I specialize in perinatal health, I love working with women in any stage of life. 

  • women's/AFAB folks health

  • pelvic floor pain/dysfunction

  • any issues arising during pregnancy, birth and postpartum

  • birth story integration

  • symptoms of anxiety and depression

  • parenting rage/anxiety

  • symptoms related to stress

  • menopause symptom relief


What is mind/body coaching and hypnotherapy?

Mind-body coaching is a holistic approach to personal development and wellness that emphasizes the connection between the mind and body.  Also known as somatic coaching, it is a coaching technique that helps individuals develop awareness and cultivate balance between their physical, mental, and emotional states. The aim is to empower individuals to achieve their goals and improve their overall well-being by identifying and addressing any imbalances or obstacles that may be holding them back. Mind-body coaching may involve various techniques such as mindfulness, meditation, visualization, and movement practices.  Mind-Body coaching helps transform how our nervous system perceives internal and external stimulus to achieve greater harmony in our lives.

Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy that uses hypnosis to help individuals achieve a state of deep relaxation and heightened suggestibility. It is a therapeutic technique that aims to access the subconscious mind to address and resolve various psychological and emotional issues. During a hypnotherapy session, a trained hypnotherapist guides the individual into a trance-like state, where they become more receptive to suggestions and are better able to access their subconscious mind. This can help individuals overcome various issues such as anxiety, phobias, addictions, and chronic pain. Hypnotherapy may involve different techniques such as visualization, guided imagery, and positive suggestion to help individuals change negative thought patterns and behaviors, and achieve their desired outcomes.

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Pema Chodron

″The most fundamental aggression to ourselves, the most fundamental harm we can do to ourselves, is to remain ignorant by not having the courage and the respect to look at ourselves honestly and gently.″

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