Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy & Self Hypnosis

It is worthwhile to consider how hypnosis can help you!

I have specialized in the use of Clinical & Medical Hypnosis for more than 35 years

I have helped hundreds of people eliminate their fears, anxieties & pain

Find the true source of your emotional problems and resolve them

Get relief from many stress & pain related medical disorders

Increase your motivation, confidence & success

Introduction to the Use of Hypnosis

The utilization of hypnosis can provide important information, understanding, insight, and useful skills to both the therapist and client/patient, in order to facilitate successful and efficient treatment – of many psychological disorders and medical conditions .

Benefits include:

  • Achieve Your Goals More Quickly & Often More Comfortably
  • Discover the actual source of problems
  • No Dangerous Side Effects (as with many medications)
  • Enjoy Natural Positive Side Effects (Increased Relaxation, etc.)
  • Keep & Use New Self-Hypnosis Tools – For the Rest of Your Life
  • Save Time – Save Money

Hypnosis can be effectively utilized to help people in many situations, including: medical issues, psychological, emotional, and learning difficulties, personal growth, and preventive medicine. (Hypnosis can even be helpful at times during marriage counseling)

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Hypnosis can help you to stop suffering, feel better & Grow Personally

Get relief from psychological & medical difficulties

Utilize hypnosis & self-hypnosis for self-improvement
Psychological & Emotional

Anxiety & depression

Crisis & trauma


Sexual difficulties

Internet/porn addiction

Low self esteem

Low motivation

Behavioral addictions

Smoking & overeating

Add & hyperactivity

Child & family problems

Sleep disorders

Relationship difficulties


Eating disorders

Learning disorders

Social dysfunction

Delayed personal development

Ocd (obsessive compulsive)

Chemical dependency

Incest & abuse

Post -operative depression   

Pre-operative anxiety   

Chronic & terminal illness



Medical Conditions

Gastro-intestinal disorders

Irritable bowel syndrome

Headaches – tension & migraine

TMJ & bruxism 

Chronic pain



Speech & voice disorders

Muscle spasm 


Tinnitus & vertigo

Allergic responses

Tachycardia & arrhythmias


Conversion reaction paralysis


Raynaud’s syndrome

Sexual Issues

Premature ejaculation

Erectile dysfunction

Sexual addictions

Performance anxiety

Inability to orgasm

Trauma – abuse – rape

Infidelity issues

Lack of desire

Lack of attraction


Fear of intimacy or sex

Embarrassment or guilt

Unconsummated marriage

Painful intercourse



Pelvic pain

Sexual addiction


Religious  issues


Sexual identity issues

Same sex attraction difficulties

Dental Difficulties



Myofacial pain

Needle phobia

Dental phobia

Allergic to analgesia

Surgery –  recovery

Discomfort from braces.

Orthodontic appliances

Eliminate night guards

Orthodontic appliances


Eliminate tobacco use



Pelvic pain

Dyspareunia (painful intercourse)

Dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation)


Repeated fetal loss


Menopausal symptoms

Premature labor

Delayed labor

Prolonged labor

Post-partum depression

Difficult lactation

Psychogenic infertility

Hyperemesis gravidarum (nausea & vomiting during pregnancy)

Childbirth preparation


Create positive mind-body states

Reduce stress & anxiety

Reduce/eliminate pain

Reduce side-effects

Positively manage emotions

Increase self-esteem

Reduce need for medications

Improve sleep & relaxation

Increase motivation for healing

Increase energy

Sex therapy & intimacy

Pre-surgical preparation

Reduce pain of treatments

Reduce/cope with symptoms

Aid in rehabilitation

Individual psychotherapy

Couple counseling

Family counseling

Counseling for friends

Children &Teens

Anxiety & depression

Behavior problems

Worry & fears


Trauma & abuse

Learning difficulties

School difficulties

Poor communication

Low motivation

Low self-confidence

Poor social skills

Low self esteem

Smoking, alcohol, drugs




Obsessive compulsive


Acting out

Rebelliousness & anger

Coping with illness

Coping with disability






Strengthen Confidence

Increase Motivation

Improve memory

Increase concentration

Communicate Effectively

Increase Awareness

Reinforce positive attitudes

Increase Creativity

Improve Study Skills

Increase stamina

Reduce Stress

Relax Deeply

Sleep Well

Enhance Health & Healing

Overcome Fears

Eat healthfully

The reason is very straight-forward.

The utilization of Hypnosis & Self-hypnosis as therapeutic tools usually helps clients & patients achieve their therapeutic and personal life goals much more effectively, efficiently and successfully.

Often clients who have been in therapy for years with traditional talk therapies, tell me after just a few sessions they learned about themselves and benefited more than from months (and sometimes years) of therapy – this is no exaggeration.

My clients enjoy and value the process as being interesting, creative, interactive, alive, satisfying and often very enjoyable.

Clients often say that their experience in hypnosis is the most relaxed they have ever felt in their entire lives.

They are happy and so am I.

Of Course, one should only be treated with hypnosis by someone who is expertly trained, highly qualified and very experienced.

Only a person who is licensed specifically to use hypnosis in specific areas of expertise and specialization is permitted by law to utilize hypnosis in treatment or to teach hypnosis and self-hypnosis.

I am happy to let you know that …

 I have successfully specialized in the use of Hypnosis for thirty-six years.

  • I am licensed in Israel to use Hypnosis – both as a Licensed Clinical and Medical Psychologist.
  • I have been licensed in the U.S. since 1981 to use hypnosis and to train therapists in the use of hypnosis..
  • I taught Hypnosis at Antioch University Graduate School of Psychology.
  • My Doctoral Internship and Research was in the use of Hypnosis, at UCLA-Santa Monica Hospital.
  • I have thousands of hours of clinical experience.
  • I taught self-hypnosis to hundreds of people, including physicians and therapists..
  • I have many recommendations from physicians, obstetricians, gynecologists, surgeons, gastro-enterologists, psychologists, and psychiatrists, etc.
  • I even was invited to give a lecture on Hypnosis at the 12th International Conference on Hypnosis in Jerusalem, 1992, by the former Israeli director of hypnosis services.

The truth is that there is no clear agreement among professionals what hypnosis actually is. What is more clear is that hypnosis  effects a person’s ability positively to control and gain mastery over physiological, cognitive, and emotional processes and experiences.

  • Hypnosis is a wonderful diagnostic tool
  • Hypnosis facilitates the ability to remember experiences from the past.
  • Hypnosis helps a person to understand the connection between different experiences.
  • Hypnosis helps a person to stop negative patterns and habits.
  • Hypnosis helps a person to create positive patterns and habits.

Self-Hypnosis is a wonderful skill & tool that is easily learned.

Self-Hypnosis is used to help a person to enhance self-mastery.

Self-Hypnosis is used to create positive feelings, habits and patterns of thought and behavior.

Self-Hypnosis is a wonderful way to relax, increase motivation and creativity.

Self-Hypnosis can be used to help a person overcome many psychological and medical dificulties

Hypnosis is a treatment modality that I utilize, only when it is both appropriate for a given patient and presenting problem, and requested by the patient with his/her understanding and written consent.


Many medical conditions are either partially caused by, or maintained by, high levels of psychological, emotional, and physiological stress. When a human being experiences prolonged high levels of stress, various bodily functions begin to malfunction, particularly the body’s immune system, and often pain results, as well.

Hypnosis is an excellent, efficient, and effective way to reduce stress and the accompanying harm that it causes.

Learning how to use self-regulation techniques of mind-body medicine, such as hypnosis, can decrease need for and dependence upon medications which usually have negative emotional and/or physiological side effects. Successful self-regulation also tends to increase one’s self esteem and self confidence, and can reduce anxiety, fear, and depression.

I want to give my patients the best treatment I can, and create the best treatment strategy for each patient. To do this, it is important for me to have the necessary information regarding their condition, medical history, and past and concurrent treatment, with other health professionals. I, therefore, request consultation with my patients’ medical doctors, when I treat them for medical or psychiatric diagnoses, or at least a copy of their medical report, so that I can offer the best services possible.              

At times hypnosis is not recommended or appropriate for a particular patient. Whether hypnosis is utilized in the treatment of my patients is determined after consultation and evaluation of the patient, the specific issues presented, the preference of the patient, and the patient’s medical history.

Written consent is required in order for me to utilize hypnosis in treatment.

I am careful to abide by all the pertinent laws of the Israel Ministry of Health and Jewish Halacha, as well as all ethical considerations.