Welcome! Martin Nathan, the President of the Florida Society of Clinical Hypnosis (FSCH) and an American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) supervisor, has been doing hypnosis for 44 years. He and Dr. Liz talk about:

  • The best time to listen to your hypnosis files
  • How hypnotherapists “know” what to say during a hypnosis to help a client
  • What a trance state is and why kids are easy to hypnotize
  • The differences between stage hypnosis and clinical hypnosis
  • Meditation vs. hypnosis
  • Whether someone can be hypnotized without their consent.
  • Marty also gives an interesting case of hypnosis that took away panic attacks that had lasted 20 years.

Resources Mentioned

Marty can be contacted at http://www.martinnathan.com or 561-353-8474.

Florida Society of Clinical Hypnosis (FSCH): www.fsch.org

American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH): www.asch.net

More Resources On the Website

Downloads to help your life. I offer several hypnosis files to help you feel calmer and less anxious.

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I specialize in hypnosis for anxiety and chronic conditions in Broward county and the Fort Lauderdale area. If you would like the magic of custom hypnosis, email me at drliz@drlizhypnosis.com.

Yours in health,
Dr. Liz