What is HypnoCoaching?

HypnoCoaching is, in my biased opinion, the most powerful tool available to the executive today. Full Potential = Current Performance – Interference. HypnoCoaching will, like nothing else, find and clear the subconscious blocks that have been in your way of working and more importantly living to your full potential. And, it will do it faster than anything else that’s available. Time after all is your most precious commodity and shouldn’t ever be wasted. HypnoCoaching taps into the other 90% of your mind’s capacity and helps you Free Your Genius! You don’t drive your car 8 miles/hr. Why keep putting the breaks on your mind when you could move through life much faster and get much farther?

How Can HypnoCoaching Help Me?

It’s hard to quantify all the ways HypnoCoaching can help. This is because it harnesses the power of the subconscious mind, and it’s the thoughts in our subconscious that create change. The process of HypnoCoaching is the fastest and safest way to affect our subconscious beliefs, which means results can be seen very quickly, are long-lasting, and in most cases permanent.

Due to this, any challenge or unhealthy pattern, whether personal or professional, can shift with HypnoCoaching.  See the full list of What HypnoCoaching Can Help With

The potential benefits from hypnosis are virtually unlimited.

How is HypnoCoaching Different Than Traditional Coaching

Traditional Coaching focuses at the conscious, or symptom, level of life and works to find solutions to the symptoms, much like traditional medicine focusing on the symptoms of a disease. HypnoCoaching identifies the symptoms and then dives down into the subconscious to find the origin or cause of the symptom and clear from origin rather than surface.

You have the full potential to create whatever you’d like to create in life. You wouldn’t have gotten as far as you have if you didn’t. The only thing that’s holding you back from living a full-potential, in the flow, balanced, exciting and fulfilling life are the subconscious blocks that your conscious mind doesn’t have the potential to identify. Your subconscious mind on the other hand does.

I have nothing against traditional Coaching. It’s a great fit for many. I just happen to be an impatient person and if I can achieve better results faster, that’s what I’m looking for. If you’re the same HypnoCaoching is probably for you so take some time to complete the Success Evaluation Questionnaire and we’ll find out.


What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a conversation with the subconscious part of your mind, the part that’s knowns as the “brains behind the operation.” During hypnosis, negative, limiting, and unhealthy beliefs are cleared and replaced with mutually agreed upon positive suggestions. Those new suggestions then positively affect your perceptions and expectations of yourself and others, leading to the results you desire. Hypnosis is a safe, natural and comfortable way to positively change your thoughts at the deepest level, allowing you to unlock your personal potential and become all you want to be.

Who can be hypnotized?

If you are not sure if you can be hypnotized, you can take our “Can I Be Hypnotized” quiz here. The truth is 97% of the population can be hypnotized. The exceptions are those who have an IQ below 70 or suffer from a significant mental impairment such as dementia. People under the influence of recreational drugs or alcohol should not be hypnotized while under the influence.

People of a higher intelligence level can typically be hypnotized more easily.

(Please Note: People diagnosed with epilepsy should be hypnotized with caution, as in very rare instances, hypnosis may trigger a seizure. Those with heart conditions should also avoid hypnosis sessions that evoke significant emotions.)

Is All Hypnosis The Same?

The short answer is no. There’s a big difference between stage hypnosis and therapeutic or coaching hypnosis. Stage hypnosis is purely designed to entertain, whereas therapeutic or coaching hypnosis is designed to create change.

There are also different types of hypnosis – some are more efficient and effective than others. Direct Suggestion hypnosis; the type most hypnotists practice, will take longer as suggestions need to be reinforced more to be lasting and effective. Ericksonian hypnosis; the type that most therapists use, can also take numerous sessions to influence change as it goes through the conscious mind to access the subconscious vs. going directly to the subconscious.

Root cause hypnosis; the type that you’ll experience during your HypnoCoaching process, is a faster process because it cleans out the old suggestions before putting in the new. It’s akin to gently cleaning out a wound so it can heal vs. putting a Band-Aid on and hoping for the best.

In addition, highly personalized one-on-one sessions will be more effective that generic, group or pre-recorded sessions because they address your unique situation.

Is hypnosis dangerous?

No. In fact, hypnosis is your mind’s natural learning state. You actually pass through this state several times a day, always on your way to waking and again on your way to sleeping. Your hypnotist is simply your guide in this process. You have complete control over what you say and do during this process and you cannot become “stuck” in the hypnotic state.

(Please Note: People diagnosed with epilepsy should be hypnotized with caution, as in very rare instances, hypnosis may trigger a seizure. Those with heart conditions should also avoid hypnosis sessions that evoke significant emotions).

What does it feel like to be hypnotized?

Contrary to popular belief, there are no significant physical feelings that go along with the state of hypnosis. This is because hypnosis is a state of mind, not a state of body. People will often describe a very pleasant feeling of extreme relaxation, a heaviness or lightness in their limbs, tingling in their hands, or a slight change in temperature. Some people describe a weighted or floating feeling as they relax more deeply. Almost everyone will experience some sort of time distortion where an hour session feels much shorter.

While in the hypnotic state, you hear everything that is being said to you. You will be able to talk freely and easily, and will remember everything that happened during your session.

How long does it take to correct a problem?

Our minds operate much like a computer. The process of hypnosis allows us to change our mental software. When changes are made at the subconscious level, we operate differently, just like when we change the software in our computers.

Because you lead a complex life, both professionally and personally, you most likely have a longer than average list of what needs to be brought into alignment. Big lives bring with them big challenges and when we challenge ourselves our buttons get pushed more than the average so we’ll address your challenges in their order of priority. When we do, what you’ll find is that the outlying issues will resolve without having to focus on them because we’ve cleared the seed that sprouted to create them in the first place. The speed at which HypnoCoaching facilitates positive change is one of its primary benefits.

What is the difference between hypnotherapy and psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy works primarily at the conscious level of the mind, which is why clients often say, “I’ve been to therapy and it really helped me understand why I do what I do, but it hasn’t helped change my behavior.”

According to a large comparative study conducted by Health Magazine:

Psychoanalysis has a 38% success rate after 600 sessions

Behavioral Therapy has a 72% success rate after 22 sessions

Hypnotherapy has a 93% success rate after 6 sessions

Therapeutic or HypnoCoaching, on the other hand, bypasses the conscious mind and works directly with the subconscious mind to create positive, lasting change.

As an Executive HypnoCoach many of my clients are referred by therapists, and we enjoy working in partnership, as clients can make tremendous strides when issues are addressed at the conscious and subconscious levels of mind simultaneously.

What Proof Do You Have?

Several medical research studies have been conducted that verify the results that can be achieved through hypnosis. You can read more about those research studies here.

How Do Remote Sessions Work?

As hypnosis is a natural state of your mind, you can enter it anywhere. In fact, it’s very easy to enter a hypnotic state in a familiar environment such as your home or office.

Due to the busy schedules of today’s executives, the bulk of HypnoCoaching sessions are conducted through video conferencing. For virtual sessions, you will follow your hypnotist’s suggestions via Skype or FaceTime. You will need a stable internet connection and will need to be in a quiet place where you can remain undisturbed for the duration of the session.

(Please Note: Some issues are not appropriate for remote work.)