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  • Welcome to our FAQ section!

    As a seasoned hypnotherapist, I've had the privilege of guiding many individuals on their journey to overcome self-sabotage.
    It can be a confusing and sometimes daunting path, filled with questions and uncertainties. But that's why we're here, isn't it?

    To unravel the knots of self-doubt, to dust off the cobwebs of procrastination, and to shine a light on those shadowy corners of fear.


    In this space, you'll find answers to some of the most common questions I encounter in my practice.

    Questions about how hypnosis can help dismantle the barriers of perfectionism, or turn the tide on negative self-talk.


       Questions about how many sessions might be needed, or what a typical          session might look like.

      But remember, this is only the beginning of our conversation. The keys         to understanding and overcoming self-sabotage are as unique as you are.

      I'm here, ready to listen, learn, and guide you towards your true potential.         So, let's get started, shall we?

1. How can hypnosis help me overcome self-sabotage?


A: Hypnosis is a powerful tool that can help you access and reprogram your subconscious mind. By changing the subconscious beliefs and patterns that fuel self-sabotage, hypnosis can help you create healthier habits and a more positive mindset.


2. I'm a chronic procrastinator. Can hypnotherapy really help me?

A: Absolutely! Procrastination is often a symptom of deeper issues such as fear of failure or perfectionism. By addressing these root causes through hypnosis, we can help you break free from the cycle of procrastination.


3. Can hypnosis help me overcome my perfectionism?


A: Yes, it can. Hypnosis can help you understand and change the subconscious beliefs that drive your perfectionism. This can lead to a healthier attitude towards mistakes and a greater ability to embrace imperfection.

4. I struggle with negative self-talk. How can hypnotherapy help?


A: Hypnotherapy can help you identify and challenge your negative self-talk. Through hypnotic programming, we can help you replace these negative patterns with more positive and supportive self-talk.


5.  I have a fear of failure. Can hypnosis help me overcome this?


A: Fear of failure is a common form of self-sabotage. Hypnosis can help you reframe failure as a learning opportunity rather than something to be feared, which can significantly reduce its power over you.


6. Can hypnosis help with fear of success?


A: Yes, it can. Fear of success is often tied to subconscious beliefs about worthiness or the consequences of success. Hypnosis can help you challenge and change these beliefs, making it easier for you to embrace success.


7. I'm a people-pleaser. Can hypnotherapy help me?

A: Absolutely. Hypnotherapy can help you understand the subconscious patterns that drive your people-pleasing behavior and replace them with healthier habits.


8. What does a typical hypnotherapy session look like?


A: Each session is unique, but typically involves a combination of conversation, relaxation techniques, and guided imagery to help you access and reprogram your subconscious mind.


9.  How many sessions will I need?

A: The number of sessions needed varies from person to person. Some people see significant changes after just a few sessions, while others may need more. We'll work together to create a plan that's right for you.

10. Is hypnotherapy safe?


A: Yes. Hypnotherapy is a safe and non-invasive method of therapy. It's important, however, to work with a certified professional to ensure the best results. All our hypnotherapists are fully certified and experienced in working with clients to overcome self-sabotage.


***Erika Grant is not a physician or mental health professional. Hypnotherapy services performed are non-therapeutic and not intended to take the place of medical care/psychological care or counseling. It should not be used as a substitute for diagnosis or treatment of any condition. I do not work with diagnosed physical or mental conditions without the prescription or referral from a licensed practitioner of the healing arts, per FL Statutes Section 485. If you are under the care of a medical professional for any condition for which you are seeking hypnotherapy support, please obtain a signed, written referral from your provider prior to working with me.

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