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By Jessie Krowe


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Copyright 2012 Jessie Krowe

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Hypnosis is a powerful thing. It can relieve tension, cast away stress, and relax the mind. It can even make you forget. These ideals are what make Dr. Witcher’s business in therapeutic hypnosis so successful.

First and most importantly, the person being hypnotized has to want to be hypnotized. There must be full compliance and no fear. Dr. Witcher’s clients come out feeling like they were just reborn with a fresh outlook on life. There is no magic at work here -- only science and acceptance.

The act of hypnotizing someone is fairly straightforward in Dr. Witcher’s opinion. He will begin by asking the patient all sorts of questions. Some of them will sound off-topic, but they all serve a purpose – to get to the root of what is troubling the patient. Dr. Witcher only wants to understand why his patient has come to him and how he may be able to help. He will then begin to explore the underlying needs of the patient, needs that the patient might not even be aware of.

This is the story of Jane Delvo and how Dr. Witcher helped her overcome her troubles.

“Come in, Ms. Delvo,” Dr. Witcher said with a kind smile on his face.

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