Are you satisfied or are you ready to make the changes that will give you the life you want?
David Welch – Certified Consulting Hypnotist
I simply don’t see anyone without first doing a phone consultation.
And it’s free.
When you call me, we will discuss what you can expect. And I’ll also explain the services I offer that can help.
This is NOT a sales call. Before I see you I need to get to know you a little, find out what is going on, and make sure hypnosis is right for you. At the very least it gives me an idea of how I need to prepare for your first appointment.
And you may just have questions you need answered before you can make a decision. I don’t mind answering those at all… that’s what I’m here for.
There is no obligation, and it’s free. Did I mention that?
What can hypnosis do for you?
- Are you frustrated because you want to stop smoking but just can’t seem to do it?
- Does it upset you that no matter how many times you diet you just put the weight right back on, if you’re able to lose any to begin with?
- Do you suffer from chronic pain?
- Is it difficult to let go of bad habits?
Hypnosis can help with these problems and more.
Ordinary, every day problems can seem so big when they are happening to us.
Hypnosis can help make them small again.
Knoxville Family Hypnosis can help you with a variety of problems, from anxiety and fears to making the trip to your dentist easier, to even making chemo-therapy more bearable.
Hypnosis helps provide relief from things like… Well, full list of everything hypnosis can help would be longer than you might imagine. Click here to open a list of some of the problems hypnosis can help with!
Don’t discount stress relief!
Do you know the United States has a hidden stress epidemic?
The World Health Organization believes stress costs American businesses up to $300 billion a year.
A recent survey ComPsych shows the size of the problem.
Employees said that in addition to reporting problems with focusing on tasks at work, that stress was responsible for:
Causing errors and/or missed deadlines (21 percent)
Trouble getting along with co-workers/superiors (15.5 percent)
Missed days (14.9 percent) and lateness (14.4 percent).