(L to R) Roger Woods, Don Mottin, Marc Sacco Marc and Roger just completed advanced training in Smoking Cessation with the Legendary Don Mottin! Don is one of the most well known and well respected Legends of Hypnosis and the Vice-President of the National Guild of Hypnotists. Marc and Roger are excited to share their
(Excerpt from Medscape.com article) Stress Trims Conception Odds in Prospective, Biomarker Study Diedtra Henderson March 24, 2014 Women with the highest levels of alpha-amylase, a biomarker of stress, when they were trying to conceive were nearly one-third less likely to conceive than their less-stressed peers, and twice as likely to meet the clinical definition of
(Excerpt from Redorbit.com ) Trigeminal Neuralgia August 21, 2008 By Shirley, Barry Hypnotherapy for Pain Reduction: Two Case Studies Abstract Trigeminal Neuralgia (tic douloureux) has been referred to as the ‘suicide disease ‘by many of those afflicted. It is a disorder of the fifth cranial (trigeminal) nerve and can produce intense, stabbing, electric shock-like pain
(Excerpt from article written Feb. 2014) Thanks to on-stage brainwashing sessions and movies featuring disgruntled workers taking a baseball bat to the printer (Office Space, anyone?), hypnosis has a rep for being little more than pure entertainment. Not true. Hypnosis was birthed from the brains of psychologists and researchers, and while its story was sullied
This article was written in 2012 on the cancernetwork.com Clinical Hypnosis for the Palliative Care of Cancer Patients – (Excerpt) What’s the Bottom-Line Message? Clinical hypnosis is a viable option for cancer patients, who, once trained in self-hypnosis, may employ these techniques to manage myriad symptoms. In particular, hypnosis as an adjunct treatment for cancer
This Article appeared in Advance for Nurses magazine in 2011. Hypnosis for Nurses Unique relaxation and suggestion techniques can result in healthier patients, more relaxed nurses. Read Article on Hypnosis here…
(An Excerpt) At last, it’s official. Hypnotism really does work – and it has an impact on the brain which can be measured scientifically, according to one of America’s leading psychiatrists. David Spiegel, from Stanford University, told the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science that he had scanned the brains of volunteers who
Welcome to The Patient Whisperers! We look forward to helping ordinary everday people with their ordinary everyday problems! We sincerely hope that we can help you. Marc and Roger.