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The Medical Hypnosis Center For Wellness

The Ohio Medical Hypnosis Center For Wellness offers holistic treatment alternatives to effect mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health and wellness.

Our commitment is to provide a safe, accepting, sacred space in times of initiation of self improvement, personal crisis and pain through guidance in the discovery of personal resources and the understanding of life experiences and transitions to a place of holistic healing and personal growth.

Within the therapeutic relationship, we offer the opportunity to explore, learn and integrate new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving, empowering you to make healthy change, to heal at the deepest level and to live your life to the fullest.

Within each of us is a limitless well of wisdom, compassion, understanding, forgiveness, forbearance, peace, joy, and love. Enter the domain of the inner self for health and wellness.

Accepted Insurance

Medical Mutual American mutual health insurance

Phone: 1.800.382.5729
Website: www.medmutual.com

Aetna Healthcare Insurance

Phone: 1.800.872.3862
Website: www.aetna.com

CareSource Managed Health Insurance

Phone: 1.800.488.0134
Website: www.caresource.com

What Is Medical Hypnosis?

Everyone has experienced hypnosis to some degree. Most people do not recognize the experience as a form of hypnosis. Hypnosis simply means that the body becomes so physically relaxed that the mind is able to concentrate on the subject at hand without distraction. The more relaxed the body becomes the more relaxed and free the mind becomes. One may be in this state when daydreaming. Most people are in a state of hypnosis that sunbathe, stretch out besides the lake fishing, or lie on a couch for an afternoon rest. Such states of relaxed revere are hypnotic states. Such a person may appear to be asleep though not be. For this reason, the term “sleep” is also used with regard to hypnosis, although it is not the kind of sleep state that one is in when in bed at night.

A person may become so absorbed in a movie or by TV that his attention is “captivated” to such an extent that he loses track of time, momentarily forgets where he is, and doesn’t hear the phone or his name being called. He is said to be “entranced” or “preoccupied” by what he is doing. Hence, the name “trance” is also used with regard to hypnosis.

What Is Medical Hypnoanalysis?

Any time a person has a problem that involves the emotion or feelings, mood, attitude “nerves”, and the like, it can have far reaching effects which one cannot cope with personally. Such effects may cause mental and/or physical discomfort. The emotions are not in a comfortable adjustment, and more problems have one thing in common. There is an underlying cause or pattern in the individual emotional make-up, which need to be more fully understood.

The real solution or “cure” is to determine the cause of the problem, as it harbored in the subconscious and release it. This is thorough, and will produce a change in the feeling and in behavior, which is natural, comfortable and not forced yet done quickly. “Medical Hypnoanalysis” is the process. This is not to say that it is a cure-all for everybody. It is not, but is a highly successful form of treatment.

How The Process Works

The use of hypnosis enables a more thorough, accurate, and complete psychotherapy procedure (hence save time and money) because of the height degree of concentration of the mind. One is better to recall significant events with accuracy, and to see ones’ self or situations with greater objectivity. The reason for this is that, the side of the brain (usually the right which is the primary center for relational thought, creativity, common sense, visualization, memory and the like) is tapped in the hypnotic state.

In other words, hypnosis enables one to focus on the problem and best utilize one’s own subconscious resources to understand and solve that problem. This is the reason that hypnosis makes it easier to restructure thought regarding bad habits, over-indulgence, the self image, habit patterns, etc. The most advanced highly specialized used of hypnosis is psychotherapy is “Medical Hypnoanalysis”.

The "Two Phases"

1.The Analytical Phase

The process involved in this stage of treatment is first, “relaxation”, in which you learn to be hypnotized. This is usually learned in one session. Hypnosis will be repeated in practically every session and you will become more adept at it as times goes by.

Next is “realization” in which you begin to understand what happened in the past to bring on the problematical condition or situation. This is done first by means of a word association exercise, in which you respond to words and partially finished sentences. Then a dream is analyzed. Following this an investigation is made into past events or relationships, which were turning points or where crucial in contributing to the development of the problem. Understanding this cause and effect relationship between past event and the present situation when handled properly, bring relief and greatly contributes to the ultimate solution.

This, “re-education” must take place, knowing and understanding oneself is vital. But, in addition, understanding human behavior, emotional growth, overcoming weaknesses, personal improvement, and working toward one’s own specific goal, requires education and guidance. To assist in doing this, we draw on a tradition of over fifty years of physicians, psychologists, counselors, social workers and ministers, originating with William J. Bryan, Jr., MD. In addition to your own personal analysis and your own personal suggestions, you will from time to time, be recieving prerecorded suggestions, refined and phrased to be most effective for your particular problem.

The Analytical Phase can take anywhere from 5 to 15 sessions, depending on the problem that is being treated. The quicker this is done the better in fact, in many cases it is desirable to complete the Analytical Phase within days. Certainly it should be proceed no slower than an average of one session per week.

2. The Rehabilition Phase

The underlying cause of the problem must be removed before proceeding with this phase. Then removal of the harmful habit pattern begins. This “rehabilitation” or readjustment period also involves construction of new helpful patterns of behavior and relationships.

The final stage is “reinforcement”. During this period the new found feelings and behaviors need to become rooted in the person to such an extent they “stick”. When this is determined to have taken place the person gradually tapers odd the coming for therapy sessions.

The therapy is not complete until the final check up when the benefits you have received are further reinforced and even improved. Overall there may be from 5 to 15 sessions during the Rehabilitation Phase depending on your efforts and the condition under which you live or work. The average pace of these sessions is about once a week.