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About Allen

Allen started practicing hypnosis in 1976, while attending the University of California, Sacramento-School of Nursing.
After graduating with a BSN, He returned to New England as a RN and began sharing these skills with clients. Over the years, Allen discovered that when hypnosis was integrated with his nursing practice, it enhanced his clients' ability to achieve "a higher level of health and function" and it improved their lives.

For more than 35 years, Allen has practiced from coast to coast and continues to learn new approaches and techniques - to enhance his clients' experiences.

Allen's goal is to help clients "discover the power within themselves" and to achieve greater independence and control over their lives.

About Hypnosis

Hypnosis is a heightened state concentration and focused attention - like using a magnifying glass to focus the rays of the sun and make them more powerful.

When your mind is focused, it becomes more powerful.

All hypnosis is self-hypnosis. No one has ever hypnotized another person. This is the ultimate act of self-control - that allows you to discover and use more of your potential.
Recent research supports the view that hypnotic communication and suggestions effectively changes aspects of the individual's physiological and neurological function.

Practitioners use clinical hypnosis in three main ways.

The unconscious mind is brought to the foreground…
The "critical censor" of the conscious mind often defeats what we know to be in our best interests. In hypnosis, the critical faculties of the conscious mind are bypassed and the unconscious mind is able to discover, explore and understand underlying motivations or past events or experiences are associated with causing a problem.
The use of imagination is encouraged…
Mental imagery is very powerful, especially in a focused state of attention. The unconscious mind is capable of using imagery, even if it is only symbolic, to assist us in bringing about the things we are imagining
Ideas or suggestions are presented to the patient…
In a state of concentrated attention, ideas and suggestions that are compatible with what the patient wants to achieve have a more powerful impact on the mind.

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