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Common Hypnotherapy Goals

 Sara uses therapeutic guided imagery, hypnosis and hypnotherapy to help her hypnotherapy clients manage their stress and change or replace a variety of behaviors.The following summary describes various vocational and avocational self-improvement goals for which people most frequently seek hypnotherapy. For more information about the various ways hypnosis can also help you, check out the complete list of "145 Ways Hypnotherapy Can Help You" below. 

1. Hypnotherapy to stop smoking

2. Hypnotherapy to lose weight

3. Hypnotherapy to improve quality of sleep (e.g., insomnia or inability to sleep through the night)

4. Hypnotherapy to improve sport performance (e.g., equestrian sports, golf, gymnastics etc.)

5. Hypnotherapy to overcome performance anxiety (e.g., stage fright, public speaking, writer’s

   block)

6. Hypnotherapy for fears/phobias (e.g., flying, animals, needles, doctor/dentist, etc.)

7. Hypnotherapy to increase career success (e.g., self-hypnosis increase relaxation and manage stress/anxiety, improve problem-solving skills)

8. Hypnotherapy to improve success in school (e.g., reduce test anxiety, improve study habits, improve memory/concentration)

9. Hypnotherapy to improve quality of relationships

10. Hypnotherapy for grief/bereavement (e.g., death of a loved one, separation/divorce, loss of job)

11.Hypnotherapy to prepare for surgery/medical procedure and recovery aftersurgery/medical procedure (including pain management and pain control)* 

12. Hypnotherapy for PTSD* 

13. Hypnotherapy for immune disorders* 


An  asterisk (*) indicates that a referral from a licensed medical doctor  and/or a licensed mental health professional is required to address this issue in hypnotherapy.


145 Ways Hypnotherapy Can Help You!

Vocational and Avocational Self-Improvement Goals

 

  If  you don’t see a  topic that describes your goal, please ask! An  asterisk (*) indicates that a referral from a licensed medical doctor  and/or a licensed mental health professional is required to address this issue in hypnotherapy. 


1. Abandonment  2. Addictions*  3. Age Regression  4. Aggression  5. Agoraphobia  6. Anesthesia*  7. Anger  8. Anxiety  9. Assertiveness  10. Assist Healing*  11. Attitude Adjustment  12. Bed Wetting  13. Biofeedback  14. Breathing  15. Career Success  16. Change Habits  17. Child Birth*  18. Chronic Pain*  19. Communication  20. Concentration  21. Controlling  22. Cramps*  23. Cravings  24. Creativity  25. Death or Los  26. Discouraged  27. Dreams  28. Exam Anxiety  29. Exercise  30. Fear Loss of Control  31. Fear of Animals  32. Fear of Death  33. Fear of Dentist  34. Fear of Doctor  35. Fear of Failure  36. Fear of Flying  37. Fear of Heights  38. Fear of School  39. Fear of Success  40. Fear of Surgery  41. Fear of Water  42. Fears  43. Forgiveness  44. Frustration  45. Gagging  46. Gambling*  47. Guilt  48. Hair Twisting  49. Headaches*  50. Helplessness  51. Hopelessness  52. Hostility  53. Hypertension*  54. Hypochondria  55. Immune System*  56. Impotency *  57. Improve Health*  58. Improve Sales  59. Indecision 60. Inferiority  61. Inhibition  62. Insecurity  63. Insomnia  64. Irrationality  65. Irrational thoughts  66. Irritability  67. Jealousy  68. Lack of Ambition  69. Lack of Direction  70. Lack of Enthusiasm  71. Lack of Initiative  72. Lower Blood Pressure*  73. Medication Side Effects*  74. Memory  75. Mistrust  76. Moodiness  77. Motivation  78. Nail Biting  79. Nausea*  80. Negativism  81. Nightmares  82. Obsessions  83. Obsessive-Compulsive  84. Overeating  85. Overly Critical  86. Pain Management*  87. Panic Attacks  88. Passive-Aggressive  89. Past Life Regression  90. Perfectionism  91. Performance Anxiety  92. Pessimism  93. Phobias  94. Postsurgical*  95. Premature Ejaculation  96. Presurgical*  97. Problem Solving  98. Procrastination  99. Public Speaking  100. Reach Goals  101. Rejection  102. Relationship Enhancement  103. Relaxation  104. Resistance  105. Resistance to Change  106. Responsibility  107. Restlessness  108. Sadness  109. Self-Awareness  110. Self-Blame  111. Self-Confidence  112. Self-Control  113. Self-Criticism  114. Self-Defeating Behaviors  115. Self-Esteem  116. Self-Expression  117. Self-Forgiveness  118. Self-Hypnosis  119. Self-Image  120. Self-Mastery  121. Sexual Problems*  122. Shame  123. Skin Problems*  124. Sleep Disorders  125. Smoking  126. Social Phobia  127. Sports  128. Stage Fright  129. Stress  130. Stubborn  131. Study Habits  132. Stuttering  133. Substance Abuse*  134. Superiority  135. Surgical Recovery*  136. Tardiness  137. Temptation  138. Thumb Sucking  139. Tics  140. Trauma*  141. Ulcers  142. Victimization  143. Weight Loss (over 25 pounds)*  144. Worry  145. Writers Block  


 *California  law allows access by California residents complementary and alternative  health care practitioners who are not  providing services that require medical training and credentials. The purpose of a program of  hypnotherapy is for vocational and avocational self-improvement (Business and Professions Code 2908)  and as an alternative or complementary treatment to healing arts  services licensed  by the state. A hypnotherapist is not a licensed  physician or  psychologist, and hypnotherapy services are not licensed  by the state of  California. Services are non-diagnostic and do not  include the practice  of medicine, neither should they be considered a  substitute for  licensed medical or psychological services or  procedures. 

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