Like a private detective, Bryant R. McCall specializes in discovering motives, even ones buried in the deepest recesses of the brain. Using hypnosis as his magnifying glass, McCall aims to access, affect, and ultimately change the areas of the subconscious responsible unwanted behaviors such as smoking or eating too many cigarettes. His tinkering treatments have even earned him a nickname: The Mind Mechanic.
McCall’s personalized approach begins with a consultation, during which he interviews his clients on their specific problems and designs a hypnosis session with targeted goals. Addressing issues ranging from unhealthy cravings to a fear of public speaking, the programs may also include follow-up sessions and homework assignments meant to reinforce the results of the hypnosis session.
Hypnotherapist Joshua Mack Williams at Aeontherapy doesn't showcase hypnotism as a form of entertainment. Instead, he uses his institutional training in hypnotherapy and his degree in psychology to help people actualize their goals. His practice relies on bringing clients into a relaxed state, where they are more open to change. He may provide health-related assistance or behavioral modifications, such as suggesting that clients stop biting their fingernails, unless they prefer their digits form a perfect New York City skyline.
Like a flight to Denver, massage can transport you to an elevated state, and Jim Watson is quite the pilot. As a licensed massage therapist, he's trained to customize bodywork sessions to each client's specific needs, whether through lighter Swedish strokes or firmer deep-tissue techniques. He can also focus on problem areas with pressure-point therapy, applying intense pressure to trigger points to release tension and pain. A single session can lead to increased mobility and improved flexibility, making you more adept to work, play, and limbo under a subway turnstile.
Doctor of Oriental Medicine Glenn Osterweil utilizes natural and holistic medical techniques to help his patients to naturally come to a full recovery. He specializes in pain management, including acute and chronic pain syndromes, and currently serves on the board of the Florida College of Integrative Medicine, where he has also been an adjunct faculty member. He also treats insomnia, fatigue, and metabolic conditions such as low thyroid levels. The center's team of Chinese-medicine practitioners, massage therapists, and acupuncturists administers a sprawling selection of treatments. Techniques include time-tested herbal therapy.