What is a Session like?
Your session at Summit Hypnosis will be an extremely pleasant experience. First, you will receive in the mail a short audio CD which explains hypnosis and teaches your conscious mind about the dymanics of behavior. After listening to this session, you will know more about hypnosis and how your minds work than 99% of the general public.
During your initial session, your hypnotist will discuss your goals or issues and how you can most quickly achieve your desired results. When you are completely comfortable with hypnosis and feel good about working with your hypnotist, your actual hypnosis session will begin. First, you will be guided into a very deep state of physical and mental relaxation. You will feel very relaxed but extremely mentally alert. You’ll be aware of everything going on around you. Next, suggestions for the positive changes you desire will then be given to your powerful subconscious mind. Also, the old programing that was keeping you from achieving your goals or causing a problem will be removed so that you can more easily and quickly make your desired changes.
The third element of your session will include emerging you from your deep state of hypnosis with suggestions of good health and a positive attitude. You will feel better then you have for a long, long time.
Finally, your session will end with a brief discussion of your session making sure your desired change is felt within you and if necessary, setting up your next appointment.
“I couldn’t concentrate when I studied and I developed some serious testing anxiety. I heard about your Learn Series and ordered them on line. What a difference! My grades improved exponentially. I couldn’t have done it without you.” – April Armstrong
Does Summit Hypnosis accept insurance?
At this time, we only accept out-of-pocket payment. We do not accept insurance, but don't let that stop you! Superbills are available. A superbill is a statement of services rendered with completed payments. Superbills are created for clients at no extra charge, at any time, just ask! You can submit these to your insurance company for “out of network” reimbursement. If you have one, your Health Spending Account (HSA) may help in covering these costs. Please contact your insurance company for more information. We do not guarantee this will work for all insurance providers.