Hypnotherapy for Anxiety and Stress in These Challenging Times
Ada Zak is an experienced clinical hypnotherapist who helps people to break negative thinking patterns, stress and anxiety using hypnotherapy.
Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization, recently said, “The information we have now about the impact of COVID-19 on the world’s mental health is just the tip of the iceberg. This is a wake-up call to all countries to pay more attention to mental health and do a better job of supporting their populations’ mental health”. However, the problem of depression and anxiety isn’t limited to the social isolation that came about with the pandemic. Stress-related issues have a global prevalence and often conventional medical solutions do not have the answers.
Clinical hypnotherapy can help people suffering from different types of conditions by creating a calmer environment in their everyday lives. However, people often have questions about using hypnosis for anxiety and depression, and most of these queries can go unaddressed. Ada Zak, a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, helps people understand how hypnosis can help them heal from within and recover. Her 3-session destress program can bring about positive changes such as sleeping better, decluttering the mind, and waking up with a positively charged mind.
Perhaps the biggest reason for obstacles to trying hypnosis as a treatment or as a practical solution to deal with the crisis in people’s lives is their perception of hypnosis. However, in addition to online reviews and summaries of published research studies, the best way to understand the hypnotherapy approach is via a trained hypnotherapist. As a certified hypnotherapist, Ada Zak helps people understand the power of different hypnotic therapies, and how these can be used for bringing about positive changes in the subconscious mind.
“If you watch hypnosis on TV, the subject always ends up clucking like a chicken, being naked, or assassinating a president,” says Eric Willmarth, Ph.D., the founder of Michigan Behavioral Consultants and ex-President of APA Div. 30 (Society of Psychological Hypnosis)
People seeking help to deal with stress often go to many professionals. Still, there is a chance that the root cause that brings about a panic attack might not be identified as it is something with the way the mind processes information incorrectly. Ada Zak uses hypnosis in a more holistic way, helping people identify the underlying causes such as childhood trauma, negative thinking patterns, or catastrophic thinking. Hypnotherapy helps to identify the thinking patterns and triggers that usually bring about the sudden and unexpected onset of anxiety. Ada’s hypnotherapy sessions can help chronic worriers and those with a history of anxiousness to prevent and stall a panic attack in the making, without turning to medicine that has side effects and may lead to overall poor quality of life. While this method might bring about a gradual, more acceptable behavioral change in an individual, it does not coerce, manipulate, or compel to create an outcome.
It is very common for anyone to feel stressed at some point. The reasons can vary from a demanding work schedule to multi-tasking too much at home to more serious issues such as an economic crisis in the country. However, when stress becomes more chronic, affecting the everyday activities and behavior of an individual, it might be a good idea to seek some form of care.
People wonder about how stress management hypnosis works. Certified trained hypnotherapists help people to explore their subconscious mind without the usual, external distractions. Hypnosis encourages a person to explore and connect with the thoughts and feelings that were suppressed, helping them to self-realize what makes them prone to overthinking situations, imagining the worst-case scenarios, or seeking solace in alcohol or cigarettes. The role of an experienced hypnotherapist is highly observational, and it might take few sessions to see an improvement. Ada Zak helps to walk the client through this period of self-contemplation, helping them to deal with the most unpleasant memories or encounters that can evoke the worst reactions, but this is done in a controlled state of deep relaxation.
About Ada Zak
Ada Zak, CCHt, is a highly trained and experienced Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, and a Consulting Hypnotist in NJ. Ada is also a licensed healthcare professional, and she specializes in helping people using hypnotherapy. She provides a structured approach and makes a real difference in the lives of people who are struggling with smoking addiction, anxiety, depression, weight loss, insomnia, pain, PTSD, and Chronic illnesses. Using non-invasive methods, such as deep-healing relaxation, she helps people break negative patterns and unwanted habits. Ada also works as a Fertility Coach & Mind Reset coach. She graduated from the Institute of Interpersonal Hypnotherapy (previously Florida Institute of Hypnotherapy), which is the only state-licensed hypnotherapy school in Florida, and one of the top hypnotherapy schools in the U.S.
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