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Children are often better candidates for hypnosis than adults and the process can help resolve such problems as pain, anxiety, bed wetting, and asthma. Hypnosis for children tend to respond to hypnotic suggestion better than adults because they are more in touch with their imaginations. Supa Bunnee stories onto any smart device, phone, tablet, netbook or computer.
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Ms. Cook combines Spiritual Psychology and Hypnotherapy in LA., together to deliver a holistic treatment program for your issue. Book a Free Consultation or call me +1 (310) 577-2381 and experience root issue counseling.
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Have Your Child Do Better in School
Improve Your Child’s Attitudes Amplify Learning
Because Hypnosis is a state of heightened suggestibility, the child’s mind is able to more easily focus and take in appropriate suggestions that support doing well. The mind of a child can be nourished to make it understand that learning is beneficial and fun, making it is easier to focus on school assignmnets and homework.
Child Hypnosis Makes Learning Easier
Hypnosis helps your child focus better in class. It also helps your child learn and read with greater attention and focus.
Hypnotherapy Promotes Self-Sufficiency in Teenagers
It is particularly important that teenagers understand the long-term view that it benefits them to do well in school. With hypnosis I can help your teenager take responsibility for doing homework and getting better grades. Hypnotherapy can help remove distractions and short-term thinking and replace it with a vision for future success.
Hypnosis Helps Overcome Hang-ups
Many children and teenagers think that if they were unable to understand a particular subject, they will never do well. But, this is fantasy thinking, hypnotherapy can erase this and replace it with positive affirmations. Take Math as an example.. During a hypnosis session, it is possible to re-frame how the teenager or child sees past performance, re-visualizing it and pre-visualizing future wins.