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Once you call me, we will set up your individual plan. I don’t have a hypnosis program to take off weight that I use for everybody. Once we talk and get to know each other a little, I’ll start the individualization right then. My main goal is for you to understand and be comfortable with the process we will be using. And the programs I want are simple, safe, and designed so you won’t feel deprived.
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Hypnosis can really help. Here are just a few research papers on it:
Effectiveness of hypnosis as an adjunct to behavioral weight management
This study examined the effect of adding hypnosis to a behavioral weight‐management program on short‐ and long‐term weight change. One hundred nine subjects, who ranged in age from 17 to 67, completed a behavioral treatment either with or without the addition of hypnosis. At the end of the 9‐week program, both interventions resulted in significant weight reduction. However, at the 8‐month and 2‐year follow‐ups, the hypnosis clients showed significant additional weight loss, while those in the behavioral treatment exhibited little further change. More of the subjects who used hypnosis also achieved and maintained their personal weight goals. The utility of employing hypnosis as an adjunct to a behavioral weight‐management program is discussed.
Bolocofsky, D. N., Spinler, D. and Coulthard‐Morris, L. (1985), Effectiveness of hypnosis as an adjunct to behavioral weight management. Journal of Clinical Psychology Volume 41, Issue 1 January 1985 Pages 35-41
Hypnotherapy in weight loss treatment.
Investigated the effects of hypnosis as a treatment for weight loss among women. The sample consisted of 60 women (aged 20–65 yrs) who were at least 20% overweight and were not in any other treatment program. Six client variables (suggestibility, self-concept, quality of family origin, age of obesity onset, education level, and socioeconomic status [SES]) and 1 process variable (multimodal imagery) were analyzed in relation to the dependent variable (weight loss). Two experimental groups, hypnosis plus audiotapes and hypnosis without audiotapes, and the control group were investigated for weight loss immediately after treatment and again after a 6-mo follow-up. The primary hypothesis that hypnosis is an effective treatment for weight loss was confirmed, but the 7 concomitant variables and the use of audiotapes were not significant contributors to weight loss. (26 ref)
Cochrane, G., & Friesen, J. (1986). Hypnotherapy in weight loss treatment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 54(4), 489-492.