Doctor of Chiropractic Ginger Mills doesn’t define her patients by what ails them. Specializing in care of the spine and nervous systems, Dr. Mills treats every client as an individual by performing gentle, specific corrections without resorting to twisting, cracking, or popping techniques. She uses a whole-body approach to treat chiropractic issues including headaches, sleep trouble, anxiety, stress, and neck, jaw, and back pain. In addition to chiropractic services, the clinic performs Electro Interstitial Scans to assess health and administers massages.
Certified members of the National Guild of Hypnotists, the husband-and-wife team of James D. and Lynn C. Swearingen have been tapping into patients' subconscious since 2006. The duo delves into clients’ minds to discover causes of anxiety, low self-esteem, and emotional trauma before taking steps toward behavioral change. Their treatments also help guests quit smoking, navigate 12-step counseling, or overcome their fear of taking tests while submerged in a shark tank. During each personalized appointment, the Swearingens train patients in self-hypnosis, which requires a minimum of four 50- to 90-minute sessions to master.
Rochelle L. Cook, a hypnotherapist with a master's degree in spiritual psychology, draws on training in gestalt therapy, dream tending, and other healing practices to increase the well-being of children, teenagers, and adults. Rochelle also works with the film industry to coach and has been featured in a documentary helping patients with diabetes. Visitors to Transformational Hypnosis can target issues ranging from nail biting to depression or attend weight-loss hypnotherapy sessions that help define and prevent the triggers of overeating. With MP3 downloads of guided hypnotherapy imagery, clients can continue treatment at home.
Tamara Nakhjavani holds a handful of titles, including mother and community activist. But at Moonlit Soul Energy Therapy, the only one that really matters is energy healer. After all, Tamara's clients depend on her talents in the realms of reiki, emotional-freedom technique, and chakra and crystal healing. No matter which method she uses, Tamara gives the body's natural healing systems a boost so they can work more effectively.
Hypnotherapy often conjures up images of magician-like performers who cause audience members to strut around the stage like chickens. But for professional hypnotherapist Rich D. Rios, Jr., this type of stage hypnotherapy is vastly different than what he does. As he promises on his website, he won’t make anyone cluck like a chicken unless that is their goal. Instead, the master's-degree-holding Rios, who is trained in basic, clinical, advanced, and medical hypnotherapy, helps his clients reach a controlled, trance-like state. This process is designed to keep them completely conscious and able to delve into entrenched issues or solve complex crossword puzzles. Through in-depth, one-on-one sessions, Rios helps his clients address concerns such as smoking, chronic pain, and phobias.