AFCC offers Metro Atlanta hypnotherapy from clinical hypnotherapists. Hypnosis Atlanta, Lawrenceville, Snellville, Gwinnett, Duluth, GA.

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Jennifer Hope is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been using relaxation techniques and hypnosis in her work as a specialization. Hypnotherapy has proven beneficial to numerous people across the world. She believes the connection between mind and body is essential for change and healing.


  weight control (4 sessions)   smoking cessation
  self-improvement   relaxation and stress
  memory   concentration
  study habits   exam preparation
  exam anxiety   sports (golf, tennis, etc)
  salesmanship   self-hypnosis
  assertiveness   procrastination
  nail biting   exercise
  creativity   anxiety
  anger   phobias
  depression   public speaking

Frequently Asked Questions

What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is often thought of as something magical, mystical and supernatural. Hypnosis is actually none of these things. Hypnosis is a natural state of mind. Most likely you have experienced a hypnotic state hundreds of times. A hypnotic trance is a common everyday phenomenon that occurs so easily and naturally that it can go unnoticed.

What occurs during hypnosis?

Relaxation of the mind and body
Meditative focus
Reduced awareness of external world
Increased awareness of internal sensations
Suggestion and imagery for change

Will I remember?

Yes, you will hear and remember everything that is said. Hypnosis is not sleep but a deep state of relaxation.

Is hypnosis mind control?

No, no one can control another's mind. The goal of hypnosis is to empower you to replace unwanted negative behaviors with positive healthy behaviors. Hypnosis cannot make you do anything that is unacceptable to you.

How do I know if I can be hypnotized?

The hypnotherapist will administer a series of suggestibility tests. These are not pass or fail tests, but tests to determine what hypnotic techniques are best suited to you in order to achieve the deepest and most effective level of hypnosis. Anyone willing to participate can be hypnotized.

Does hypnosis work?

Yes, hypnosis has been successfully used for hundreds of years. Hypnosis was approved by the American Medical Association in 1985. Although hypnosis can be amazingly effective in changing a behavior pattern, it is important to note that there is no guarantee. Just as all people do not respond to prescription medication in exactly. the same way, all people will not receive the same results from hypnosis. The outcome is dependent on the willingness and motivation of the participant.


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