The Truth about Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, and Spiritual Mind Management – A Discussion of Improving Marital Quality and Overcoming Sexual Addiction: The Differences in Mental Health Counseling When Utilizing Additional Protocols of Clinical Hypnotherapy and Spiritual Mind Management Techniques
You will learn the effectiveness of Clinical Hypnotherapy and Spiritual Mind Management techniques when applied to improving martial quality and overcoming sexual addictions as explained by Dr. Jerry Redd, Owner of the Solace Emotional Health Clinic in Pleasant Grove, Utah. Dr. Redd explains in some detail the advantages he has experienced when including hypnosis in his practice to obtain subconscious access and be able to work with root causes of behavioral issues.
Our clinic, Solace Emotional Health, provides mental health therapy for sexual addiction, marital quality, and ancillary symptoms of depression, anxiety, and trauma. Our therapeutic approach with these issues consists of 2 layers: (1) helping the patient develop critical skills to manage emotional surges (rather than being managed by them); and (2) to address the emotional and cognitive undercurrents that often undergird dysfunctional and unwanted behaviors. However, if a troubling or traumatic experience has been repressed, forgotten, or imbedded deeply into a patient’s subconscious, it can be difficult and very time consuming to identify and dissolve the dilemma.
We have found that Dennis Parker’s protocols of Clinical Hypnotherapy, combined with his unique “Spiritual Mind Management” program, quickly identifies unconscious emotional undercurrents, skillfully desensitizes them, and adds an extra layer of emotional management, that provides confidence and permanence to patient’s recovery efforts.
Recently, Dennis worked with one of our patients that had been diligent in daily recovery efforts for several months, but had not been able to sustain his sexual addiction sobriety for longer than a week. In just 2 sessions of hypnotherapy, Dennis helped this patient identify a deeply buried issue, desensitized it, and instructed the patient how to better manage unwanted thoughts, memories, and emotions. To date, this patient has not had a relapse.
Another acquaintance stopped by our clinic, suffering with night terrors and unbearable cravings to relapse (after almost 2 years of sobriety). She had been given the financial approval for 8 sessions at another agency. She agreed to meet with Dennis Parker for a session or two, in an attempt to identify a specific issue to work on, thereby accelerating the effectiveness of her pre-approved therapy program. She had one session with Dennis Parker. In a follow-up phone call, she said, “the nightmares and craving are gone. They haven’t returned. At this point, I don’t think I will need any more therapy.”
“Spiritual Mind Management” is effective, and extremely efficient in this therapeutic work.
L. Redd, Ph.D., CMHC
Solace Emotional Health