The principle of hypnotherapy

The therapist induces a deep hypnosis, where the conscious mind steps aside, giving control to the subconscious mind, which has tremendous powers. Under hypnosis our sensory faculties become more alert, the hearing, understanding and creative powers becoming keener and more acute. The healing is actually done by the person himself herself, the therapist only helping in the process by appropriate verbal suggestions.

Mark Barrus

Mark Barrus is the Director of Healthy Life Centers. I have been in the Hypnosis industry for over 20 years, and have written many articles about the efficacy and effectiveness of Hypnotherapy to overcome unwanted habits and actions. Twenty years of Case Study research and examination have helped me to inform the industry on the results and be a leader in the field. I originally worked with Dr. Richard Neves, the former head of the American Board of Hypnotherapy. training other Hypnotherapists in Advanced Smoking Cessation protocols. In February 2005, we also started the hypnosis organization Healthy Life Centers, which helps smokers find other reputable and properly trained hypnotherapists and hypnotists.