therapy allows you to recall events from the past that are stored in your subconscious mind to help you overcome stress related disorders and phobias, and enables you to modify undesirable habits.
How does regression therapy work?
Using the method of progressive relaxation, a qualified hypnotherapist gently guides you back in time to the origin of a belief or behavior that may be a reaction to an experience in the past. This process can bring insight and understanding as to why you have a hindering belief or behavior.
It can be helpful to reconstruct how you may have reacted to a situation that was in some way stressful or disturbing. Guided imagery can be helpful by allowing you to take control over your reaction to specific situations. You can recreate your reaction to an experience and therefore replace the preexisting memory.
What can I expect during a session?
Lying down, the therapist will guide you into a state of deep relaxation. This relaxation will allow you to easily recall memories from your past. It is important to remember that you are in full control at all times. You view your memory as if you are watching a movie and therefore maintain a sense of detachment. Should you feel uncomfortable in any way, the therapist acting as your guide will instantly bring you out of a session. Generally, people feel completely safe reviewing a memory in this way.
What are the benefits of regression therapy?
Regression therapy is especially helpful with conditions such as post-traumatic stress or phobias. Ultimately, this powerful therapy can bring healing and offer relief from deep-seated behaviors that can inhibit your quality of life.
Regression therapy is especially helpful for conditions such as post-traumatic stress or phobias. Ultimately, this powerful therapy can bring profound healing and offer relief from deep-seated behaviors that can inhibit your quality of life. Often a situation can be cleared up in one session.
How do I make an appointment?
Call Sharon Meader-Albrecht at 978-768-6321, extension 1, for an appointment.
Where can I get more information?
Visit the website for renowned psychotherapist Brian Weiss, M.D..
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