Clinical Hypnotherapy with Amber Busta, RCH coming February 2023!!!

In hypnosis, we have access to the subconscious mind. The subconscious mind contains all of our beliefs, our history and is the set of our creativity and emotions. By accessing the subconscious mind we can determine the cause of a client's symptoms. By understanding the origins of the symptoms we can then address them. We can do this using imagery and symbolism, which speaks to the creative subconscious. We can also reframe experiences so that they no longer have a negative impact on the client.


Using Hypnotherapy, a client is able to:

• Explore and change beliefs
• Alter behaviors
• Understand and change the imprint of past experiences
• Gain insight into an issue
• Tap into the creative mind and find solutions to problems that were previously elusive
• Understand where emotions stem from and change how they respond to events
• Be receptive to suggestions to enhance your well being and health.

What is the best approach to Hypnotherapy?

Using a client centered approach to Hypnotherapy is best as each session is tailored to the individual. It is specific to that person and their beliefs. The client is taken into whatever depth of hypnosis they are comfortable with. Then, whatever relevant experiences have set them up to have the challenges or beliefs that they are trying to change are addressed.


Am I asleep during hypnosis/will I lose control?

The client stays completely awake during hypnosis. It's not a form of sleep. The client is able to hear, comprehend and later remember (unless it’s helpful to have a suggestion to forget certain aspects). Rather than controlling people, hypnosis actually gives people greater control over their mind and body.  


Can anyone be hypnotised?

Yes! Everyone can be hypnotised if they are willing. In fact, the average person experiences hypnosis at least twice a day. Common examples include arriving at your destination without memory of driving there; zoning out while reading a page of a book; or becoming so enthralled in a TV show that time just vanishes.


How many treatments will I need?

The number of treatments vary by person and belief, issue, or behavior needing to be altered. The average range is 3-4.


Is Hypnotherapy covered under my Health Plan?

Hypnotherapy is usually not covered under health insurance plans but may be covered under your workplace health spending account.


Can you name some common reasons why I would seek Hypnotherapy?

These reasons and so much more!


Social anxiety

Anxiety related challenges

Post Traumatic Stress


Performance Anxiety

Pain Management

Sleep Improvement

Habit Control

Smoking Cessation

Birthing – packages available!

Weight Loss

Self Esteem

Nail Biting



Body Image



Complex Trauma

Dental Anxiety

Self Worth

Negative Self Talk


Self Sabotage


Screen Addiction

Sexual Dysfunction

Eating Disorders

Study Skills Memory Retention

​Athletic Improvement



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