NYC Hypnotherapy For Eating Disorders: Mindful Eating Treatment Launched

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NY Health Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy (646-537-1713) announces it now offers hypnotherapy for eating disorders. Dr. Laura Faiwiszewski helps clients heal their relationship with food and end the cycle of overindulging and self-blame.

The newly launched hypnotherapy goes in-depth on the various psychological reasons a person may struggle with eating and food in general. Using the Ericksonian method, which is considered to be the hypnosis for the “non-suggestible,” Dr. Laura Faiwiszewski helps clients go deep within themselves and resolve any internal conflict they may have. The goal of the service is for clients to make peace with food so that they can build healthier eating habits.

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NY Health Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy explains that this therapy uses a combination of advanced hypnosis techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and analytic therapy. The service is recommended for those suffering from binge eating, emotional eating, and any other form of disordered eating.

Dr. Laura Faiwiszewski is a licensed clinical psychologist who takes a directive approach, mostly drawn from acceptance-based and cognitive behavioral modalities, to support clients to become self-aware of their food triggers. She believes that disordered eating can only be prevented and managed when a client first develops an awareness of their restriction or binge cycles.

After this self-awareness, clients are then guided to build compassion for themselves so that they can begin their healing journey. Dr. Faiwiszewski develops a custom treatment plan that also takes into consideration the client’s overall wellness. Depending on the client’s goals, therapy may include coaching for sleep, nutrition, and physical activity as well.

Though each treatment plan varies from client to client, hypnotherapy for an eating disorder typically requires one to five sessions for the individual to develop a healthier mindset and begin making positive changes to their life. Sessions are usually conducted once per week, though this may be adjusted by Dr. Faiwiszewski depending on the severity of the condition.

A spokesperson for the group says, “At NY Health Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy, we use advanced hypnosis techniques to help clients find balance and get in touch with their bodies, while also using CBT, mindfulness, EMDR, and analytic therapy techniques to help resolve internal conflicts and find peace with food.”

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