A Bridge Too Far?

A Bridge Too Far?

Kappasinian desensitization allows a client to manage emotional reactions that inhibit normal behaviors. The most common emotional reaction is panic in confined spaces (elevators or airplanes) but can also present as shame that causes us to rebuff intimacy or...
Finding Your Balance

Finding Your Balance

If you walked on your hands, would you say that you were sick if you fell over? Of course not! It’s just hard to balance that way. This analogy illustrates how hypnotherapy helps those with anxiety, insomnia, or lost motivation. Among all the mental wellness arts, it...
Healing Inside the Box

Healing Inside the Box

The US military has a fragile relationship with the mental health industry. The conditions of employment are mentally debilitating, and loss of fortitude carries large costs – both operationally and institutionally. Thus the military invests both in instilling courage...
Healing without the Trauma

Healing without the Trauma

Healing from trauma is learning that you have a choice. At Hypnosis Rising, that choice starts in hypnosis with a deep and grateful connection to your body. It builds with giving yourself permission to be “the god(ess) of you.” And it is cemented by...
Stress and Passivity

Stress and Passivity

In negotiating the poles between utilitarian and socialist politics, a focal contention is the claim that poor people are “lazy.” The utilitarian believes that they deserve to be poor. Recently, socialists have countered that the poor are active – it’s just that they...