Since the legalization of pocket watches, hypnotists no longer wander the streets convincing dogs to recite the Magna Carta. Use a hypnotist's talents to plunge the depths of your mind with today's Groupon: for $49, new clients get a one-hour hypnotherapy session (a $125 value) from the Meridian Center for Hypnosis. This deal is valid for both their Los Angeles and Costa Mesa locations.
Hypnotherapy is a gentle, permissive treatment that reconnects patients with their unconscious selves, healing internal schisms caused by existential cancers such as turducken guilt and Jersey Shore. Hypnotherapy can help patients overcome frustrating habits and ailments such as smoking, overeating, stress, fear, and yelling at the TV. Using communicative techniques, the certified hypnotherapists at the Meridian Center can quickly get to the bottom of drunk-dialing and Facebook-stalking habits, allowing their patients to blossom and regain control over their destinies.
Every session offers the chance to embark on a journey of psychological adventure, overturning brain rocks and peering into mind caves to reveal a magical world within. Get this Groupon for yourself in order to gain a formal introduction to your subconscious or buy a couple for friends to passive-aggressively encourage them to shake their own bad habits. An appointment is required.
The Meridian Center for Hypnosis
Dr. Bobbie McDonald completely dedicates herself to helping patients bring healthy, positive change into their lives. In addition to earning a doctorate in counseling psychology and sharing her expertise with CNN and ABC 15, Dr. McDonald also champions the salutary effects of hypnosis and hypnotherapy.
Each session begins with the hypnotherapist gently talking the patient into a more relaxed state, where the mind is more vulnerable to suggestion. Highly specific language patterns and techniques can reduce the subconscious urges that encourage people to fall into bad habits, such as smoking, overeating, nail biting, impulsively buying big-ticket items, or paying for big-ticket items with nothing but pennies. McDonald also claims hypnosis may help patients to overcome fears related to test taking, public speaking, or sports performance.