Hypnosis is for everyone... let us prove it!

Hypnosis is for everyone... let us prove it!


Hypnosis has benefited millions of people worldwide.

Hypnosis is used in medicine, law enforcement, education, military and every area of the healing arts. It's not a magic wand that heals all disease. But a simple way to influence our thoughts and thinking, which dictates behavior, growth and our health.

If you are burdened by excessive weight, a smoking habit, stress or lack of confidence, hypnosis offers you a genuine opportunity to succeed, grow and be more.

The documented success people achieve with hypnosis is undeniable fact. A testament to the effectiveness and value hypnosis has given the social sciences and humanity.

Hypnosis is an obvious first choice for weight problems, smoking habits, stress management and overcoming unreasonable fears.

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Hypnosis is a permission state. Your commitment to change will be in direct proportion to the degree of success you achieve using the hypnotic trance.

CHC employs Biblical principles. These faith-based concepts have proven to deliver results that were once thought unrealistic, if not impossible.

If you have any questions about Hypnosis we invite you to call (239) 322-4586 for a free no-obligation hypnotic screening. We have taught clinicians all over the country and will be happy to find a professional near you.

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“You aren’t born as yourself. You’re born facing a mass of possibilities, a mass of other people’s ideas and preconceptions—and you have to mold a ‘self’ by working through those raw materials.”
— V. S. Naipaul
“Animals can learn, but it is not by learning that they become dogs, cats, or horses. Only man has to learn to become what he is supposed to be.”
— Eric Hoffer