You and food

It's rarely just about food.

There are many reasons why we eat other than to sustain ourselves. We use food to cope with stress and sadness. We eat when we're anxious. We eat when we're happy. We do love our chocolate. We do love our ice cream. We love wine. We love pizza… We eat for all occasions. But when we begin spiraling out of control, and the pounds add up, something needs to change. It's time to retrain the brain. Enter: Therapeutic Hypnosis. 

Hypnosis is personal...

Everyone has different habits, different issues, which is why the sessions are tailored to meet your individual and unique needs. I use a collaborative counseling technique called Motivational Interviewing (MI) to attain a deep understanding of the changes you wish to achieve. 

Following this foundational work, together we create your therapeutic hypnosis plan to make changes happen. Therapeutic hypnosis is proven as a safe, efficient, and effective mode of transformation.

After our session you will feel relaxed, energized, and motivated. Each sessions is recorded. To ensure the hypnosis is highly effective I recommend listening to the recording every day for two weeks.

How many sessions does it take?

I ask my clients to commit to a minimum of 3 sessions. It generally takes about 30 days to retrain the brain. During our third session we will decide together if further sessions are needed. Lasting changes take dedication, motivation, and practice. You will see changes after the first session. By the third session you will feel like a new person. 

What can hypnosis be used for?

  • Weight loss/weight control

  • Creating healthy eating habits

  • Depression, anxiety, panic, and stress relief

  • Promoting sleep

  • Phobias 

  • Pain control: acute and chronic

  • Smoking cessation

  • Enhancing self-confidence and self-efficacy

  • Women’s health

Kate is very easy to talk with as she is a naturally caring person and a great listener. Her technique is both fascinating and healing. I found my sessions very helpful in nurturing positivity so I could make better choices.
— Patty, Moss Beach, CA