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Welcome!

I am Dr. Randi Fredricks and practice hypnotherapy in San Jose, CA. I like hypnotherapy because it goes deep to the inner store-house of our beliefs and learned responses, which is why it has found wide acceptance in treating disorders such as over-eating and smoking. By getting down deep to where the problem lays, hypnotherapy can replace it with positive behavior. Because hypnotherapy combines the power of subtle suggestions with traditional talk therapy methods, it can be a powerful tool for helping all types of emotional problems.

The Power of Hypnotherapy

There are many health professionals who have training in hypnotherapy. If you are planning on undergoing hypnotherapy or hypnosis, I strongly recommend that you work with a practitioner who has training in psychology, as opposed to just hypnotherapy. Such education should consist of a Masters degree or a Ph.D. in psychology and preferably the practitioner should be a licensed psychotherapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist. There is a good reason for this.

When  someone is undergoing hypnotherapy, past traumas, disturbing events, and underlying mental health issues can trigger strong feelings of anxiety. Because of this, it is important that you use a professional with extensive training in psychology who is capable of helping you thought the experience should such a situation arise. This is the catch 22 of hypnotherapy: You want the treatment to be evocative and get to the root of the problem, but at the same time, this has the potential to be emotionally disturbing. There are many psychotherapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists who have training in hypnotherapy, so finding someone who fits this criteria should be quite easy.

How I Do Hypnotherapy

I am a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Licensed Marriage Family Therapist with a Doctorate in Psychology. I have certifications in nutrition, herbal medicine, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

I like to use hypnotherapy with my clients because it goes deep to the inner store-house of our beliefs and learned responses, which is why it has found wide acceptance in treating disorders such as over-eating and smoking. By getting down deep to where the problem lays, hypnotherapy can replace it with positive behavior. Because hypnotherapy combines the power of subtle suggestions with traditional talk therapy methods, it can be a powerful tool for helping people to get to the root of what is keeping them from feeling better. To learn more about how I work, visit my practice website by clicking here.

 

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