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Hypnosis for Children

Children are highly receptive to hypnosis and have vivid imaginations which makes it much easier to access the unconscious and bring about the desired change. Call today for a free consultation to learn how your child can be helped through hypnotherapy.


Hypnosis for Children

 

Is your Child Struggling?

Children make excellent subjects for hypnosis. Children tend to respond to hypnotic suggestion better than adults because they are more in touch with their imaginations. Many childhood issues can be resolved using hypnotherapy.

Often incorporating art, play, and stories, typically most issues are resolved in as few as 3 sessions. Different techniques are used according to the age and maturity of the child. Hypnosis can help with pain, anxiety, bed wetting, and asthma, for example. Another positive objective is teaching young athletes to teach themselves how to stay focused, decrease stress, and play more confidently.

Hypnosis has been used successfully to help children receiving ongoing medical care to lessen anxiety, and moderate pain from multiple shots, ports, and other painful or invasive medical procedures. Learn more about how hypnosis can help your child by scheduling a free consultation with Deane Benninghoven today.

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Hypnosis can help children with the strong hold that video games often have, helping them manage their fixation with the virtual world, and re-engage with family and community off-line.

Hypnosis can help children with the strong hold that video games often have, helping them manage their fixation with the virtual world, and re-engage with family and community off-line.

Extreme pressure and anxiety are common in school and sports. Using hypnosis can help young people increase focus and translate mental imagery into superior performance.

Extreme pressure and anxiety are common in school and sports. Using hypnosis can help young people increase focus and translate mental imagery into superior performance.

 
Researchers at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital and the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine found that after being taught self-hypnosis techniques aimed at reducing Tourette’s symptoms, nearly all of the patients experienced a dramatic increase in tic control after only a few sessions
— J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2010 Jul-Aug;31(6):498-504. doi: 10.1097/DBP.0b013e3181e56c5d.