Why Us? Why Hypnotherapy?
I suffered with pain in my joints for years till my friend said you need to talk with Wayne. It's amazing what your own mind can do for you weather its hurt you or help you. Thanks Wayne
You May be Asking WHy US?
Quite honestly "Us" is a relative term. Us is a small group of people that believe in what Wayne has to offer.
We have seen the changes that can be made in a person's life when helped to properly adjust how they think from a deep level.
The difference is unshakable. You have to experience it for yourself to really get what Wayne can do for you.
The Real Question Is Why Wayne?
Wayne has been a student of the mind and a student of human interaction from a very young age.
Early, Wayne developed an interest in understanding why people do the things they do while spending time with his mother at her workplace—where she worked to help hearing impaired, special ED, and autistic children. His summer visits allowed him to further explore this passion which ultimately shaped his life's pursuits.
At the age of 20, he launched his professional career by enlisting in the United States Navy.
After departing the Navy, Wayne embarked on a journey to discover how the mind works and develop his ability to build rapport. This then allowed him to become an extremely proficient salesperson and successful business owner.
Despite his contentment, a deep-seated passion for helping others still lingered. He was naturally drawn to sales because he found fulfillment in seeing the customers satisfied more so than any monetary reward.
After a successful career in real estate, the man still struggled with an addiction to cigarettes. He attempted everything he could think of—patches, gum, medications—but nothing seemed to work. Finally recognizing that quitting would not come easy for him, he resolved to try hypnosis as a last resort and was able to overcome his long-standing smoking habit at last!
Hypnotherapy's easy process of breaking habits drew him in, and since then he has worked with some renowned hypnotherapists and psychologists to hone his skills. Additionally, he is determined to help others unlock a path toward true happiness by continuously sharpening his craft. With every moment that passes, this goal is ever closer for both himself and his clients who seek a Joyful Existence.
With over two decades of practice, Wayne has developed a truly unique skill set. His background in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Hypnotic modalities, Breathing techniques, and Meditation allows him to effectively guide his clients from perplexing life situations towards true joy and contentment. Through Wayne's expertise, you can finally experience a Life Full of JOY & HAPPINESS.
What Happens Before During & After Your Session?
Before the Session
Before your session you will have received a questionnaire allowing Wayne to know a few things about you upfront to help him with the process of helping you.
Other than that all we ask is you have a quiet place available that you will not be disturbed at all for at least 1 hour and 30 minutes.
A link to your video call will be sent to you via email and/or TXT. Please be on time.
During the Session
Your session will be by Video in most cases. That link will have been sent to you via email. During the session we will talk for the first few minutes to get to know each other. Afterwards you will just sit back relax and listen. The only thing you need to do is make sure you will not be interrupted at all.
After the Session
There is nothing you will have to do after your session you subconscious/superconscious brain will take care of everything.
I Say Because it Works. They Say Because it Works. What will you Say?
It's Real. It's like you achieve this weird state of mind. It's you doing it.
Helped me tremendously!
It helped me tremendously & probably saved my life, It defiantly changed my life.
I JUST QUIT!
I bet if there was a competition for smoking I could have won. I Just Quit.
The collective dream is the hypnosis of social conditioning. Only sages, psychotics & geniuses manage to break free.
It's amazing I didn't want cigarets anymore
I should have done it years ago. It's amazing I didn't even want cigarettes anymore.
This is Why?
In 1970, Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D. conducted a survey of scientific literature to compare recovery rates for various modalities of therapy:
- Psychoanalysis can be expected to have a 38% recovery rate after approximately 600 sessions.
- Behaviour therapy (Wolpian) can be expected to have a 72% recovery rate after an average of 22 sessions.
- Hypnotherapy can be expected to have a 93% recovery rate after an average of 6 sessions
Source: Barrios, Alfred A. "Hypnotherapy: A Reappraisal," Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice (1970)
A groundbreaking report by William J. Cromie, Carol Ginandes, and Daniel Rosenthal of the Harvard University Gazette outlined astounding results that highlighted just how beneficial hypnosis can be in accelerating bone healing. In contrast to their non-hypnotized counterparts who had only healed for six weeks after a fracture, those hypnotized showed significantly faster progress - equaling eight and a half weeks' worth of mending! This remarkable difference shone like an injured ankle on the x-ray – it was unmistakable!
Here’s Some of What Hypnotherapy Can Do.
Hypnotherapy has been proven time and again to yield positive results, with research stretching back as far as the early 1900s. As more people comprehend it's potential for bringing relief from both physical and psychological afflictions, hypnotherapy is becoming increasingly popular. All you have to do is search the internet - there are countless studies that support this fact!
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Hypnotherapy is one of the most successful treatment methods, giving 80+% success rate for abdominal pain and distension. It often results in assisting with other problems such as migraine and tension headaches. With patients who have severe chronic IBS, it was Hypnotherapy patients that showed dramatic improvement in all measures, and they maintained that improvement at a two year follow-up.
Whorwell P.J; Prior A; Faragher E.B. (1988 & 1987). Whorwell, P.J., Prior, A. & Faragher, E.B. (1984). "Controlled Trial of Hypnotherapy in the Treatment of Severe Refractory Irritable-Bowel Syndrome." Lancet, pp. 1232-1234. Whorwell, P.J., Prior, A. & Colgan, S.M. (1987). "Hypnotherapy in Severe Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Further Experience." Gut, 28, 423-425.
After Hypnotherapy, patients suffering from arthritis reported a remarkable decline in their pain levels, anxiety, and depression as well as a notable increase in beta-endorphin-like immunoreactive material.
Domangue, B.B., Margolis, C.G., Lieberman, D. & Kaji, H. (1985). "Biochemical Correlates of Hypnoanalgesia in Arthritic Pain Patients." Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 46, 235-238.
Women with metastatic breast cancer who received group Hypnosis therapy were able to reduce their pain experience by 50% compared to a control group. 1
At a 10-year follow-up of these same women, the Hypnosis treatment group had double the survival rate of the control group.2
Both adolescent and adult cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy have fewer symptoms of anticipatory nausea and vomiting following Hypnotic interventions.3
1 Spiegel, D. & Bloom, J.R. (1983b)."Group therapy and Hypnosis Reduce Metastatic Breast Carcinoma Pain." Psychosomatic Medicine, 45, 333-339.
2Spiegel, D., Bloom, J.R., Kraemer, H.,C. & Gottheil, E. (1989a) "Effect of Psychosocial Treatment on Survival of Patients with Metatastic Breast Cancer." Lancet pp. 888-891.
3Zeltzer, L.; LeBaron, S. & Zeltzer, P.M. (1984).The Effectiveness of Behavioral Intervention for Reduction of Nausea and Vomiting in Children and Adolescents Receiving Chemotherapy." Journal of Clinical Oncology, 2, 683-690. Cotanch, P., Hockenberry, M. & Herman, S. (1985). "Self-Hypnosis Antiemetic Therapy in Children Receiving Chemotherapy." Oncology Nursing Forum, 12, 41- 46. Zeltzer, L., LeBaron, S. & Zeltzer, P.M. (1984).
Research has indicated that hypnosis can significantly reduce the suffering of asthma sufferers. As a result, they experience fewer attacks and require less medication to control their condition.
1 Maher-Loughnan, G.P. (1970). "Hypnosis and AutoHypnosis for the Treatment of Asthma." International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 18, 1- 14.