Hypnosis is a powerful, focused method that works by identifying, processing and releasing core sources of emotional/body pain, trauma, dissociation and a variety of other symptoms. It allows you to locate, focus, process and release experiences and symptoms that are typically out of reach of the conscious mind and its cognitive and language capacity. This tool supports drug free healing and release giving you control of your life. Hypnosis is a natural state experienced by the mind and body every day. It is simply an altered state of consciousness. Daydreaming is an illustration of an altered state of consciousness. Have you experienced driving past your turn or arriving at your destination at what seemed to be a short period of time? This is legally known as “Highway Hypnosis”. Your eyes are open and you see and hear what is occurring around you. If you need to stop at a light, you respond appropriately. You have the ability to change your thought pattern in a split second if need be. These are examples of light stages of consciousness. When you drift into sleep, before dreaming, while dreaming, after dreaming, before awakening, and just after awakening are all examples of altered states of consciousness. Between sleep and awakening, you have experience all of the stages utilized in hypnosis with the difference being you are guided to a relaxed state similar to sleep.
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Founder and Director of the Self-Empowerment Education Center (SEEC) located in Falls Church, VA. She is also the Founder and International Director of the International Council for Medical and Clinical Therapists (ICMCT). The SEEC is certified to train and issue diplomas in hypnosis. She is a certified Instructor for the National Guild of Hypnotists, World Institute of Cognitive Sciences, and the National Board of Hypnotic Anaesthesology, and has presented at their conventions. Kay teaches a introduction to hypnosis course at the Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale Campus, Annandale, VA.