Frequently Asked Questions
On one hand it stands for Mind Sci(ence), and on the other it is pronounced Mind's Eye.
Yes. Hypnosis is very real and very powerful. It sounds like so much mumbo-jumbo to those with no experience of it but a great many people have received a great deal of benefit via hypnosis. Here's how it works.
My patients come to me becasue they think or feel or behave in ways they do not want to. They have already lost control. My job is to give you back that control.
Hypnotherapy is psychotherapy (whether analytical, behavioral, cognitive or whatever) done with the aid of hypnosis as a medium of communication. Hypnotherapy is the one where they say you will remember everything and cannot be made to do anything against your will. Clinical Hypnotism is about the hypnosis rather than the psychology. In deep hypnosis your conscious mind stops acting as a guard determining what can or can't be let into your subconscious - your reality. Simplistically Once the conscious mind can no longer interfere the subconscious can be told "you are happy" and "happy" becomes part of your reality. It is much faster and more profound than hypnotherapy, but not every subject can achieve the necessary depth of hypnosis to do it.
Clinical Hypnotism, because it gets to the root of the problem without the agony of reliving the trauma, and just plain changes how you are. Simple. Effective.
Sorry, no. No stage hypnosis. No entertainment. It's like asking a pharmacist to do 'stage medication.'
Yes. I guarantee I will try to help you if think I can, and if I think I can't I will tell you.
Yes. You pay for my time. I know I can do hypnotism. We have to find out whether you can. It's a bit like cars. I know I can drive my car up the motorway at 120 mph because I can drive that fast and my car can do it. But I can't drive my wife's car up the motorway at that speed because the car can't do it.