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Hypnosis Alcohol Treatment at Long Island Hypnosis
Has alcohol become a problem for you?
Are you ready for change? Whether you are looking to stop drinking alcohol completely or just reduce the amount you drink, Long Island Hypnosis can help.Long Island Hypnosis Alcohol Treatment uses a special blend of hypnosis, relaxation techniques and guided imagery that will enable you to regain control over your life! Why are our hypnosis alcohol treatment is so effective?By creating direct access to the most powerful part of the mind, the subconscious. We can teach your subconscious mind to automatically act in the ways that best suit your goals, rather than relying on poor habits that you've built up over the years. When you align what you consciously desire with your subconscious motivations...your possibilities are endless!
Can anyone be hypnotized?
Yes. Have you ever been driving a familiar route home and suddenly arrived at your destination without remembering the last few minutes of the drive? This is one example of our subconscious mind taking over the routine details of life. Our subconscious mind handles most of our day to day activities. That is the subconscious mind's job - to handle the details of life, while our conscious mind handles the more important needs. Most clients are amazed at how quickly they accomplish their desired results. Unlike traditional therapies, Hypnosis is able to help you reach your goals without going through years of self-exploration.
When you are Ready!
Reach your goals faster than ever! You can and will make permanent, positive changes in your personal and professional life. Long Island Hypnosis offers an effective, relaxing, drug-free choice for change.
Disclaimer: The services we render are held out to the public as non-therapeutic hypnotism, defined as the use of hypnosis to inculcate positive thinking and the capacity for self-hypnosis. Results may vary from person to person. We do not represent our services as any form of medical, behavioral, or mental health care, and despite research to the contrary, by law we make no health claim to our services.