Clinical Hypnotherapy

Maybe your birth happened many years ago, but you were never “allowed” to process what happened. It’s never too late to release life’s happenings.

What if my issue isn’t related to birth?

Life hands us daily experiences that can result in ‘micro-traumas’. Micro-traumas can result in:
• Increased feelings of anxiousness
• Sleep loss
• Weight Gain
• Sadness
• Inability to focus
• Feeling ‘stuck’

A series of sessions using a combination of techniques can bring a positive shift in your life toward ‘unstuck’ and growth. For permanent long lasting change, Kate recommends 3-6 sessions spaced over a few months. More sessions allow for time to release and then to rewire neuropathways. Hypnotherapy is not usually a lightening strike, more likely you’ll become aware of gentle gradual shifts.

Kate provides patients with secure, encrypted virtual sessions.  To understand how effective virtual sessions can be, please reach out to and we can Kate schedule an complimentary, introductory Meet & Greet session with you.

Hypnotherapy is very safe and effective for dealing with traumatic events of the past whether it is in your childhood of long ago or a recent birth memory that is getting in your way.

What is Clinical Hypnotherapy?

Clinical Hypnotherapy can be a shortcut to healing because it can access what subconscious blocks are preventing your movement forward. In 2018, Kate travelled to Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the Hypnotherapy Academy of America 400 hour certification in Clinical Hypnotherapy course.

Unfortunately, Hollywood makes hypnotherapy look like scary mind control. Stage hypnotists cannot ever do their stage show with people who are not wishing to participate. It is an example of how much the desire of the person being hypnotized affects the outcome. Hypnotherapy cannot force you to do anything against your will. A hypnotherapist does not plant ideas into your brain while you are asleep, rather, listens to what your subconscious mind is bringing forward for attention and release.

By guiding your attention toward a relaxed state your subconscious is free to bring things to the surface that are hindering you from a full and free life.

Hypnotherapy is completely safe and effective for dealing with traumatic events of the past whether it is in your childhood of long ago, a recent birth memory that is getting in your way, or those micro-traumas that keep us in a cycle of negativity, despair, or just “stuck”.

What to expect in a Clinical Hypnotherapy session

In Kate’s clinical practice, she listens for what is coming up for the client and then tailors her techniques to meet the needs of her client. The focused relaxation of hypnosis is a safe, natural state and one which you have experience many times before (sometimes many times a day). You are aware and in control at all times. It feels like being half awake and half asleep, so your body is very relaxed and your mind is active.

You hear the majority of what your hypnotherapist (Kate) says and sometimes consciously drift away from the words towards a deeper level of consciousness (still aware), so it feels very relaxing. Your most hypnotic times of day are upon awakening or before you go to sleep, so this will feel natural. Hypnosis feels very comfortable and in this quiet state, your mind is more responsive to the positive suggestions. Everybody enjoys their sessions, as it’s time for you to relax, unwind and focus on your goals.

To learn more about our Certified Clinical Hynotherapist (CCHt), Kate Miller Jobson, please click HERE.