Hypnosis For Addiction
“For the rational, psychologically healthy man, the desire for pleasure is the desire to celebrate his control over reality. For the neurotic, the desire for pleasure is the desire to escape from reality.” ~ Nathaniel Branden
Often, people have seen escaping as a means of coping with life challenges. Perhaps they have seen a parent modeling the use of drugs or alcohol to numb their pain. The child grows into an adult who uses food, drugs, alcohol, addictive relationships, gambling, or other addictions to numb the pain of their unresolved conflicts. Escaping never fixes the challenge.
When the mind is very impressionable, patterns are developed. In order for an addictive pattern to be changed, new responses to stress must be found. Sometimes people with addictive personalities stop one addiction only to replace the addiction with another one. Hypnosis is a very gentle approach to changing the addictive patterns to healthy, life-supporting patterns.
Hypnosis is a valuable tool to create new, healthy coping skills. Clients become empowered to face life head on, knowing that for every challenge there is a solution.
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“I Stopped Smoking
Desperately wanting to stop smoking after 30 years of my life, I met Dr. Joy. One session and 18 months later I still have not smoked. Dr. Joy is truly amazing! She has helped me to unlock doors to self confidence, self respect and a more positive way of thinking and living. Dr. Joy is truly blessed with a special gift! Thank you Dr. Joy for being such a huge part of my spiritual journey!”
“I went to see Joy Vanderbeck with my husband to stop smoking through hypnosis. I was a skeptic about the whole issue and told her that I didn’t want to quit smoking, but was there to help support my husband quit. I have always thought being hypnotized was not possible, however I went ahead with the session. She told me at the end that I was welcome to go outside and smoke a cigarette if I wanted. Joy had taken a different approach and went in through my side door. She told me to breathe in the clean fresh air, and if I wanted to light up, go ahead. I have not had a cigarette since March and I smoked for 40 years. Hats off to you Joy and visiting me through my side door.”