The Plain Truth About Hypnosis
The use of hypnosis enlists the strengths and resources of the individual toward his or her own well-being. The hypnotized person is able to focus their attention entirely on a single issue. Hypnosis increases the individuals' responsiveness to suggestion. A person who is hypnotized never gets stuck in hypnosis, nor do they behave in a manner that is not morally comfortable for them. You cannot be hypnotized against your will. Hypnosis requires your consent. You remember everything and you will not reveal intimate secrets while hypnotized.
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Kay Russell, CH, CI, HT, RM, OM is a certified/consulting hypnotist and certified hypnosis instructor approved by the NGH (National Guild of Hypnotists) and a member in good standing. Kay is vice-president and co-founder of Mecklenburg Chapter of NGH. Kay has additional hypnosis training in Pain Management. Kay has been associated with the AHTA (American Horticulture Therapy Association) for 21 years, and has received advanced training in Horticulture Therapy from Virginia Polytechnic Institutes and State University in Outreach and International Affairs (2004).
Kay helps her clients to reach their goals so they may have a better life. The client may wish to pass a test, lose weight, stop smoking, improve sports performance, reduce stress & anxiety, improve self esteem, make a speech, develop organizational skills or find their hidden talents.
Kay is founder (2006) of The North Carolina Hypnosis Center & Kay Russell Hypnosis. Kay is a Traditional Usui Reiki Master (2002) (Reiki is a natural healing energy that flows through the hands.) There is more information about Reiki on this website.
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The services that I render are held out to the public as non-therapeutic hypnotism. I do not represent my services as any form of medical, behavorial or mental health care, and despite research to the contrary, by law I may make no health claims for my services. Hypnotism for medical or psychological problems requires a written referral from a licensed practitioner of those healing arts.-Kay Russell, CH,HT