Dr. Anissa Robinson doesn't prescribe medicine. Instead, she opts for a holistic approach that helps her patients achieve mental wellness without the assistance of chemicals. Dr. Robinson is certified in Ingham Method reflexology, a specific school of clinical reflexology popular among athletes for its pain management and relaxation qualities. The goal of these reflexology sessions is to help soothe patients while also normalizing body functions.
The center also offers a range of other services, including Reiki and hypnotherapy. Reiki sessions unblock energy pathways to promote overall health, while hypnotherapy brings the mind to a relaxed state in which it is more receptive to suggestions that may help relieve nervous behaviors and addictions to bad television.
Herb McCandless, Jr.'s soothing voice helps clients enter a heightened state of awareness to unlock their subconscious and combat pesky problems. His clients have successfully stopped smoking, worked out sleep issues, and lost weight. His sessions also help anxiety issues tied to flying or traveling via underground tunnel.
The hypnotherapist at South Carolina Hypnosis help clients find inner peace by tapping into their subconscious. During the appointment, the hypnotherapist guides clients to a heightened state of awareness. They use deeply relaxing techniques to unlock the subconscious, working to help clients overcome undesirable behaviors and affect lasting change. Hypnosis can be used to help manage pain, improve sports performance, control food habits, reduce stress, eliminate insomnia, or overcome stress.
Certified consulting hypnotherapist and founder of Positive Spiral Hypnosis for Wellness Claire de la Varre PhD leads clients to subconsciously dismiss internal conflict and deep-seated habits with focused relaxation sessions. After an initial interview to clarify treatment goals, de la Varre guides patients into a deeply calm state. Patients retain consciousness as the hidden layers of the mind absorb motivational messages related to habits such as overeating or smoking. The practice can also help improve self-confidence, allowing patients to board airplanes or filibuster work meetings without apprehension.
Certified Trainer in Neuro-Linguistics Programming, Alan Konell puts his skills in hypnotherapy to use to help others. For the past 30 years he's assisted clients with stubborn challenges such as losing weight and quitting smoking. Through the power of suggestion, he can help clients study better or find pain relief without the use of prescription medication.
Dynamic Change Wellness owner Liz Priestley is a hypnotist certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists. During deeply relaxing coaching sessions, Priestley helps clients retrain their subconscious minds and reduce self-defeating behaviors such as overeating, smoking, thinking negatively, and biting fingernails into the shape of a city skyline. She begins each treatment with an interview about the issues clients would like to target and the best techniques to use. As a personality-assessment coach certified in the PeopleMap system, Priestley also facilitates a self-awareness and clarity of purpose that assists people with their career goals.