Hypnotherapy Sessions

Hypnosis may help you…

  • Stop Smoking
  • Manage Stress
  • Improve Self Confidence
  • Manage Weight
  • Reduce Fears or Anxiety
  • Manage Pain


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40 Ways Hypnosis Can Help

Benefits of Hypnosis

Champions in many sports such as Evander Holyfield, Larry Bird, and Tiger Woods use self-hypnosis to achieve effective results in their fields. You, too, may be able to overcome unwanted and undesirable habits, boost your self-confidence, and find success through hypnotherapy.

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Hypnotherapy Training

Our 300 hour comprehensive certification includes theory and clinical applications of the latest advancements in Hypnosis, Energy Psychology and Therapeutic Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Our school is one of the only programs nationwide that offers a Supervised Clinical Internship.

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2019 Class Schedule

Our 2019  class schedule includes five course sections offered throughout the year. Each course section is offered in 60 hour segments over the span of three weekends. The full certificate is designed to be manageable for working professionals to complete within just nine months.

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Hello, Everyone...

“It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it.” ~ Lou Holtz

Did you know that 20,000,000 Americans suffer annually from chronic pain and other health issues due to stress? Did you also know that the annual cost to the economy due to lost wages and medical care is over $150 billion dollars annually? According to the American Journal of Family Physicians, two-thirds of visits to the doctor are stress related.

Shocking isn’t it?

Any demand on the body, pleasant or painful creates stress. Even good stress can be unhealthy if the stress is long term, non-specific or a number of good stresses all at once. The important thing to learn is how to balance your stress.

Stress not only exacerbates anxiety, pain, and illness, it can be the cause.

Introducing the MIOH

* Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.