The Science Behind Hypnosis

Earlier this year a study was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology (published under the American Psychological Association) that found hypnosis can have profound effects on executive function – the cognitive processes that regulate our goals as well as the thought processes and actions oriented towards achieving those goals…

Australian Research Council’s Centre of […]

Hypnotherapy and Weight Loss

Over the next three days, I will present three studies that show how effective Hypnotherapy is in helping clients to lose weight, and, more importantly, to keep it off.

Here is the first one:

Study One:* The first study, published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, divided 109 people into two groups for a 9-week […]

Hypnotherapy and Bed Wetting (Enuresis)

Bed wetting, (Enuresis), is an extremely common problem in childhood, mostly experienced by boys.

Eventually most children will grow out of it, although it does occasionally appear in adults as well.

However, the period when a child has this problem, if left unattended, can last for several years; years that are critical to the formation […]

Adolescent Stress Linked to Severe Adult Mental Illness, Mouse Study Suggests

A study conducted at John Hopkins University has identified a link between juvenile stress and later onset of mental illness

“We have discovered a mechanism for how environmental factors, such as stress hormones, can affect the brain’s physiology and bring about mental illness,” says study leader Akira Sawa, M.D., Ph.D., a professor of psychiatry and […]