Why  Hypnosis?

Hypnosis for medical personnel makes sense for five simple reasons:

  • No negative side effects
  • No pills or devices
  • Easily implemented
  • Quick and improved results
  • Patient self-care

“It’s [hypnosis] a very powerful means of changing the way we use our minds to control perception and our bodies.”
Dr. David Spiegel

Spiegel holds the Jack, Samuel and Lulu Willson Professorship in Medicine at Stanford University, and has  been researching  hypnosis for 40 years. In July of 2016, his Stanford team specifically isolated the three areas of the brain where neural changes happen in the brain during hypnosis. There are hundreds of reputable scientific studies supporting the efficacy of hypnosis for numerous medical situations. 

How Can Hypnosis Help Your Patients?

Hypnosis is a complement to many conventional medical treatments. Research shows that patients greatly benefit from even short sessions of hypnosis, and in many instances it can be incorporated into established hospital or office protocols.Examples of common uses that have positive results are:

  • Pain management
  • Stress
    • Emergency medicine
    • Pre/post surgery
    • Work/home related
  • Smoking cessation
  • Weight loss
  • Sleep 
  • Fears
  • Nausea
  • Childbirth
  • IBS
  • Burn healing

How You Can Benefit from Using Hypnosis?

As a medical professional you want to help your patients return to and live a normal, active life. Hypnotic techniques can help you improve patient care by:

  • Helping you take control of difficult or tense situations
  • Lessening stress and worry
  • Managing pain with less medication
  • Providing important language techniques that instill confidence
  • Increase patient satisfaction and improve recovery times
  • Enabling your patients to take responsibility in their own healing
  • Reducing time and costs in healthcare procedures
  • Reducing your own stress through relaxation and improved perspectives

Visit our online store today to download our popular workshop Hypnosis for Medical Personnel 

Hypnosis Training

Doctors, nurses and paramedics find that they, and their patients, benefit from using hypnotic techniques and language. It’s easy to incorporate hypnosis into your established day-to-day routines at the hospital or office, using the tools of your trade and simple language techniques.

Certification as a Consulting Hypnotist is earned through the National Guild of Hypnotists, the oldest and largest hypnosis institution in the world.

About The FARE Hypnosis Center

The FARE Hypnosis Center is a licensed school in Minnesota. Our modern and comfortable classroom is part of our 2,700 square foot facility in Eden Prairie, MN, and also has office space for four hypnotists. We are dedicated to teaching quality, established curriculum for members of the medical and psychological communities, as well as those who want to start a private practice.

Roberta Fernandez, President and founder of the Center is:

  • a Board Certified Hypnotist
  • a Certified Trainer
  • author of  two books: Breaking Free from Pain and Opioids: Discovering the Hypnosis Option and Your Compass for a Balanced Life
  • certified in Complementary Medical Hypnotism through the National Guild of Hypnotists
  • certified In Pain Management from the American School of Clinical Hypnosis
  • an NLP Master Practitioner
  • certified as a Hypnotic Gastric Band Surgery Specialist by Anthony F. DeMarco

Contact us for more information on:

  • specific research or case studies
  • questions about hypnosis and it’s applications
  • a complementary download of Breaking Free from Pain and Opioids: Discovering the Hypnosis Option
  • a free recording of a workshop for medical personnel
  • a free relaxation recording
  • information on workshops
  • registering for our hypnosis certification courses

Call Today 952-934-1315

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NOTICE: Roberta will only teach 1 NGH certification class in 2020 so don’t miss it!
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