Hypnosis for Anxiety. Freedom from Fear
- I use holistic and heart-centered hypnosis techniques that help you get to the root of the anxiety and resolve it, so it doesn't come back.
- You'll also gain greater understanding of why the anxiety was there in the first place.
- I can even help with deep-rooted complexes that feel like they're part of you and will never be removed.
- Get your life back. Look forward to your day when you wake up in the morning.
- Experience greater emotional freedom in all circumstances. Get relief from constant stress.
"Our hypnotherapy sessions, although a little bit different in focus each time, dove deep and helped to dislodge fears and unresolved struggles I've had for years. Through my experience with Utter Hypnotherapy, I have seen dramatic improvements in my anxiety and stress levels, in my IBS symptoms, and in my relationship with myself. I would highly recommend this safe and versatile form of therapy to everyone!" - Mika Tamaki (after 5 sessions)
"John is really quick and gentle. I never feel pressured. He holds a great space for personal growth and healing. With John's help, I was able to get at and resolve issues I didn't even know were related to my current life experiences. Since then I've felt a profound peace and contentment I've never felt before. I give my highest recommendation for John." - Morganne Zabeck (after 5 sessions)
Personally, recovering from constant anxiety was an effort that took about two decades. When I started helping people as a hypnotherapist one of my first thoughts was, "I wish I would have done this for myself a long time ago." I encourage you not to wait. You can feel a sense of peace even in very difficult situations. Dramatic shifts in wellbeing can occur very quickly with hypnosis.
Common anxiety signs and symptoms include:
- Feeling nervous, restless or tense
- Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom
- Having an increased heart rate
- Breathing rapidly (hyperventilation)
- Sweating and/or trembling
- Feeling weak or tired
- Trouble concentrating or thinking about anything other than the present worry
- Having trouble sleeping
- Experiencing gastrointestinal (GI) problems
- Having difficulty controlling worry
- Having the urge to avoid things that trigger anxiety
- Stomach pain, nausea, or digestive trouble
- Insomnia or other sleep issues (waking up frequently, for example)
- Weakness or fatigue
- Rapid breathing or shortness of breath
- Pounding heart or increased heart rate
- Trembling or shaking
- Muscle tension or pain
If you’re having a panic attack, you might:
- Fear that you’re going to die
- Have trouble breathing or feel as if you’re choking
- Have numb or tingling sensations in parts of your body
- Have chest pain
- Feel lightheaded, dizzy, or as if you might pass out
- Feel overheated or have chills
If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms please give me a call at 360-299-5646 or schedule a no-cost consulting session with me. You can move past these symptoms into a much better place.