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Welcome to Sacred Roots Hypnotherapy

Welcome to Sacred Roots Hypnotherapy

Welcome to Sacred Roots HypnotherapyWelcome to Sacred Roots HypnotherapyWelcome to Sacred Roots Hypnotherapy

Research Driven Results


Smoking Cessation

"Hypnotherapy is more effective than nicotine replacement therapy for smoking cessation: Results of a randomized controlled trial.  Hypnosis and HNRT were over three times more likely than NRT (nicotine replacement therapy) to achieve abstinence at 26 weeks." (Hasan, F.M., Zagarins, S.E., Pischlke, K.M. Saiyed, S., Bettencourt, et. al. 2014

"81% Quit smoking with hypnosis, and the majority of those who quit remain smoke-free a year later."  Elkins, G.R. & Rajab, M.H. 2004

Weight Loss

"Hypnosis helped people lose weight in both the short-term and in the long-term.  In other words, hypnosis helps people keep from regaining weight!"  Kirsch, I. (1996)


"Chemotherapy patients had less anticipatory and chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.  And feeling beter is the first step in recovery!"  Richarson, J. Smith, et. al. 2007

Pain Control

"The results indicated that hypnotic suggestion was equally effective in reducing both clinical and experimental pain.  The overall results suggest broader application of hynoanalgesic techniques with pain patients."  Montgomery, G.H. Duhamel, et. al. 2000 

Osteoarthritis Pain and Mobility

"The treatment group reported a significant reduction in pain and mobility difficulties at week 12 compared to the control group."  Baird, C.L. & Sands, L. 2004

PTSD Relief

"Hypnosis can be used to help patients face and bear a traumatic experience by embedding it in a new context, acknowledging helplessness during the event, and yet linking that experience with remoralizing memories such as efforts at self-protection, shared affection with friends who were killed, or the ability to control the environment at other times.  In this way, hypnosis can be used to provide controlled access to memories that are then placed into a broader perspective." Spiegel, D. (nd)  1996