SoHo, NYC Ericksonian Hypnosis For Insomnia | Sleep Disorder Treatment Updated

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NY Health Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy (646-537-1713) now offers hypnotherapy for individuals suffering from insomnia. Clients work with Dr. Laura Faiwiszewski, a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in anxiety disorders.

As part of its expanded treatment, Dr. Laura Faiwiszewski works to uncover the possible emotional reasons that contribute to insomnia. The specialist applies a combination of hypnosis, mindfulness, interpersonal techniques, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help clients overcome their struggles with sleeping and adopt good sleep habits.

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NY Health Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy explains that its updated treatment has been created using the latest research about insomnia. Scientists say that contrary to popular belief, insomnia is not limited to just being awake all through the night. Rather, insomnia is a set of symptoms that can include difficulties remaining asleep, interrupted sleep, waking too early, or getting nonrestorative sleep, among other issues.

Individuals with insomnia may refer to a sleep specialist who may recommend a series of tests and expensive medicines that could take several months to offer any noticeable effects. However, those who prefer a mindful approach can find a solution with hypnosis and integrative therapy instead, as practiced at NY Health Hypnosis.

The center uses the Ericksonian method, which is considered hypnosis for the “non-suggestible”. This method uses hypnosis as a catalyst for positive change. Clients go into a session wanting to improve a problematic behavior and are hypnotized to connect to that part within themselves wanting to change. More than mere suggestibility, Ericksonian hypnosis allows clients to quiet any self-destructive or self-limiting belief and permanently resolve any internal conflict.

Dr. Laura Faiwiszewski is a Licensed Clinical Psychologists who combines hypnosis, mindfulness, interpersonal techniques, and CBT to help people suffering from insomnia. Relying on modern research in insomnia, she has developed an integration of hypnosis and therapy that is both flexible and evidence-based. She has trained extensively in mindfulness meditation, self-compassion theories and practice, hypnosis, and acceptance-based techniques, and use this combined experience to help clients overcome their struggles with sleeping.

A spokesperson for the center says, “Clients will acquire new skills to change their sleep habits in order to get more sleep, learn ways to reach a more relaxed state to enjoy a better quality of sleep, and increase their daily functioning to get back to being the person they were before insomnia began.”

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