For most people, hypnotherapy allows for the resolution of the issues that caused the addictive behavior in the first place. Rather than teaching that an addict is helpless against their addiction and must attend meetings for the rest of their lives, our patients do not define themselves by their addiction. Instead they are led through a process that allows them to solve the underlying issue(s) that led them to seek the addiction and thereby solving the whole problem, remaining drug free and able to finally enjoy life as they always wanted.
Orlando Hypnotherapy to Quit Smoking Tired of being a smoker? Today…not tomorrow? You can stop smoking*, save $100 on our program, benefit from three free stop smoking support hypnosis sessions, receive a pre-recorded stop smoking hypnosis session for ongoing reinforcement at home, and deduct it all from your taxes for 100%, complete reimbursement! We [...]
Addiction and The Freedom to Choose At Orlando Hypnosis Clinic, we've been helping our clients with addiction for eleven years now. Initially when we opened, it was substance abuse that we were determined to tackle. At first, after becoming disillusioned by the recidivism rates of traditional therapy and the revolving door feel to the [...]
Orlando Prescription Drug Abuse Hypnotherapists Prescription drugs are the second most commonly abused category of drugs. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse in 2010, approximately 16 million Americans reported using a prescription drug for non-medical reasons in the past year; 7 million in that past month. Signs and symptoms of prescription drug [...]
Orlando Pornography Addiction Hypnotherapy Pornography addiction is one of the most rampant addictions of our time. In many ways, it is even more addictive than drugs or alcohol. What makes pornography so addictive in nature? One of the reasons that pornography is so addictive is the misconception and lie that the person is not [...]
Crystal meth addiction is a wide spread problem that is sweeping across the United States. As of the late 90’s, almost 10 million Americans had reportedly tried recreational methamphetamines at least once. Young adults in their late teens and early 20’s are the most likely users. Death by overdose from crystal meth has been reported [...]