Self-Assessment Checklist

Sometimes a challenge you face is clear, simple to understand and easy to discuss with your therapist. However, sometimes there are underlying issues that represent the roots or causes of a problem or challenge. Although we are prepared to address the clear challenges that are well known to you, we are also prepared to assist you to recognize root-cause issues that may need to be clarified before proceeding to a target of therapy.

To assist you in framing the challenge you want to address with Hypnotherapy, we have prepared a simple and straightforward Self-Assessment Checklist that you can download and complete prior to your consultation. Since your responses are not recorded online, or on our website, your privacy is assured.

Please feel free to download, or request by email, our brief Self-Assessment Checklist. There is no obligation to receive it and you can use it prior to your consultation. You can also either send it ahead of your visit, or bring it with you, to help your Hypnotherapist in maximizing your time together.

Click here to access the Self-Assessment Checklist.

Tips & Tools

  • Only light-to-medium hypnosis is required to enjoy many of the benefits that Hypnotherapy has to offer. Most people will not need to experience a deep trance-like state of hypnosis.
  • Hypnosis is an altered, yet normal, state of mind. You can be taught and trained to more easily enter this state of mind.
  • The ability to go more deeply into this normal state of mind is a matter of training and practice.

Recommended Reading

  • Younger Next Year, Chris Crowley and Henry S. Lodge, M.D.

    Seven “rules” that, when followed, can completely reverse the typical path of aging and enable you to become functionally younger every year for the next five to 10 years, and continue to live with vitality and grace into your 80s —and beyond.

  • The Untethered Soul, Michael Singer.

    This bestseller explains how to be happy from within, instead of depending on the outside world for your happiness. Learn how to observe your own thoughts, quiet them and to live from the heart, instead of your ego.

  • the-fieldThe Field, Lynn McTaggart

    A powerful read that describes scientists’ discoveries about the interconnectedness of the universe and how life works

  • erroneous-zonesYour Erroneous Zones, Wayne W. Dyer

    This bestseller is renowned for its step-by-step advice to help you escape the trap of negative thinking and enable you to take control of your life.

  • The Power of Habit. Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business, Charles Duhigg

    A big reason this book spent over 120 weeks on New York Times’ best seller list is because the Pulitzer prize-winning reporter steps you through how people achieve success by focusing on the patterns that shape every aspect of our lives.

  • Growing Old is Not for Sissies, Etta Clark

    Both the first and second edition teaches you to reevaluate our notions of aging. Both books include compelling portraits of vital senior athletes with their personal statements and poems on living well as they age..

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