Frequently Asked Questions

What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a powerful way to access and work on the information located in the unconscious mind, painful memories, situations, emotions, and beliefs that have limited you from reaching your full potential, those that otherwise you cannot work consciously.

Hypnosis is a process in which the hypnotherapist takes you to step by step to discover the root cause of the issue presented by you, but most importantly it is used to help you make lasting or permanent changes.

With hypnosis, the unconscious mind becomes receptive to new thoughts and behaviors. With Hypnosis we can access inner resources for creativity, insight, and growth.

What is the Conscious mind and how it works?

The conscious or objective mind, is the surface mind, the everyday mind. The mind that we use every second of our waking hours. The conscious mind is analytical and we make plans and decisions with it as well as, it’s where our willpower is located. It’s like the surface of a lake. While the unconscious mind is the layers underneath the surface. In fact, it is your conscious mind that is reading this right now. it is your unconscious mind the one giving you that feeling as you read this.

What is the Unconscious mind and how it works?

The “unconscious” refers to all mental processes that are beyond conscious awareness, including beliefs, memories, instincts, and intuitions. It runs our body or our autonomic nervous system, our emotions, imagination, and our long-term memories are all located there.

Unconscious processes drive the way we think, feel, and act. When you consciously desire an outcome it’s largely the unconscious that determines whether you will achieve it.

How does Hypnotherapy work?

Hypnotherapy is a new method that is taking hold worldwide as an effective approach to helping countless people with their anxiety, depression, fear, weight loss, and relationships. We work directly where the problem is located in the unconscious mind.
Hypnosis is a natural state. Everyone experiences trance in moments of daydreaming, intense concentration, and when entering and exiting sleep. In a hypnosis session, you achieve a similar state intentionally. You don’t go unconscious, have total amnesia, or surrender control. You do usually become very deeply relaxed.

Who can benefit from hypnotherapy?

Everyone can benefit from hypnosis. If you need to overcome a habit or phobia, reduce anxiety, or perform at your best, hypnosis can help you achieve your ideal thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

What Medical and Psychological Associations Approve Hypnotherapy?

1958 The American Medical Association (AMA) approved a study by its Council on Mental Health, which recognized hypnotherapy as an orthodox medical treatment (as opposed to an “alternative” or “complementary” treatment). The AMA committee stated their agreement with the report of the BMA, and it recommended that hypnosis instruction be included in the curricula of medical schools and postgraduate training centers. [In 1987 the AMA rescinded almost all policies from 1881–1958. As a result of that decision the AMA now has no official position on the use of hypnosis.]

1960 The American Psychological Association endorsed hypnosis as a branch of psychology (it should be understood that the practice of psychology emerged from the field of hypnosis)

1961 The AMA Council on Mental Health recommended that medical students should receive 144 hours of training in hypnosis over a 9 to 12-month period at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

1995 The United States’ National Institute of Health (NIH) issued an extensive report, which concluded that hypnosis is effective in alleviating chronic pain associated with cancer and other conditions, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and tension headaches.

2005 The American Psychological Association published a formal definition of hypnosis.

How many sessions should I expect to have?

This depends largely on the person and the issue being addressed. At SAVE Hypnotherapy our goal is always working towards your last session. A typical hypnosis process consists of an initial session and 2 or 3 follow-up sessions. Many people achieve their goals after the initial session. Some people keep a regular appointment for ongoing support, and others see me as needed.

How long will my session last?

An initial assessment and hypnosis session is scheduled for 3 hours. Subsequent sessions are 60-90 minutes.

What if I can’t come to your office?

If coming into the office is not an option some hypnosis sessions can be done through video call or over the phone. Please call for your free convenient phone consultation and to discuss the options best for you. Call 702-883-7945.

What if I can’t be hypnotized?

Hypnosis is a natural state and we understand that some people take longer than others. Your hypnotherapist is skilled in dealing with all types of clients and will be able to support you fully through the process. In fact, you may not recognize this yet, but we are always in some form of trance. Like in Facebook, when you realized 1 hr. has passed or when you drive and you got there and do not remember much about what happened on the way there. Yeah, those are trance states, which means your body is familiar with it. So it will be easy for you to get in that state of mind.

Some people worry if hypnotherapy will work for them because they tried everything else without results.

We get this question a lot. We recognize there are lots of great therapists in the world but very few of them are brave enough to look at the root cause specifically. In other words, very few go to work directly in the unconscious mind. Most of them work the problems of the unconscious mind with the conscious mind. More clearly stated, they work with the symptoms and not with the root cause. While at SAVE hypnotherapy we focus on the deep root causes allowing us to transform your beliefs and behaviors. In addition to all the comprehensive support offered at SAVE Hypnotherapy makes it a powerful way to transform yourself.

Session Fee:

Regular Initial session: $250

Regular follow up session: $150

The number of sessions will depend on the package or situation presented.

What is included?

Your $250 investment includes:

-Free 20 minute initial consultation call.

-3hrs. A session with your hypnotherapist

-Your audio recording when applicable

– One follow – up by phone 

– Full email/text support

In what currency is the fee?
The price is in USD regardless of the country/ region you are served. Just like when you travel and use your credit card for goods and services, you can pay USD with any credit card. Please contact your bank for any additional information.

Why is hypnosis expensive?

While some prices may appear expensive, I would like to ask you: Compare to what? How valuable would be for you to find the real reason, the cause of your problem? How long have you been dealing with the symptoms? How much has it cost you until now not taking action?