Welcome to Illinois Hypnosis
Are you struggling with anxiety, including phobias, panic, or stage fright? Do you experience depression, problems with weight loss, or on-going pain?
Hypnosis is a safe, effective, and powerful tool that can help you overcome many different kinds of difficulties. By creating a strong opportunity for you to enter the very relaxed, focused state of hypnosis, you can make fundamental changes to help you meet your goals and live your life in a positive way. Hypnosis can also assist you in reaching a higher state of concentration, Which serves many goals, including test taking and studying. This method also teaches athletes to maintain the mental focus necessary to block out any distractions during competition.
The Difference Between Programs of Hypnosis Offered
Hypnotherapy can be used to improve performance, including academic performance, and change simple habits. Depending on the goal, hypnotherapy can take from 3-20 sessions.
Hypnoanalysis is used to relieve anxiety, phobias, panic, depression, weight issues, smoking, relationship issues, guilt, poor self-esteem, sexual problems, trauma, eating disorders, somatic disorders, behavioral, psychological and spiritual problems. It is also used to well to help relieve some physical symptoms such as chronic pain and chronic fatigue, asthma, allergies and other problems that have their roots in emotions or beliefs about oneself. Most people experience significant relief from their symptoms in 10-30 sessions.
Hypnoanalysis is not a medical treatment and Nina Pernecke, LCSW, Jeanne Clark, LCSW, and Mary Kullman, LCPC, are not doctors. Physical illness and pain should be assessed by a medical doctor.
Whatever your situation might be, Nina Pernecke, LCSW, Jeanne Clark, DSW, MSW, and Mary Kullman, LCPC take the extra care necessary to make sure your hypnosis program works for you. Licensed therapists, they are dedicated to providing compassionate, effective care through proven and safe hypnosis techniques.
Please note, though Nina, Mary and Jeanne practice the same methods, their practices are not affiliated with each other. Thank you.