Hypnosis Can Reduce Children’s Exposure To Stress
Learning to use self-hypnosis is a safe alternative to staying calm and providing your child with a stress free environment.
New York, NY (PRUnderground) February 24th, 2012
There is plenty of proof that mellow moms (and dads) create chilled children. The challenge here is how to relax in the midst of constant chaos. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) just published research finding that childhood stress can impact adult health and behavioral problems.
Most parents don’t have the luxury of daily spa treatments, and let’s face it; drinking wine before noon can be tempting to some but it is certainly not the answer. Learning to use self-hypnosis is a safe alternative to staying calm and providing your child with a stress free environment.
Through hypnosis parents can allow their subconscious mind to recognize those triggers for stress and then allows them to eliminate negative and unhealthy responses without even thinking about it. This will protect your child from having to even see, hear or feel your stress. Just like second hand smoke, sharing your stress with your child is not only killing you; it’s killing your kid’s chances for health and happiness.
So, take a deep breathe.. close your eyes and imagine a place that you can escape to in your mind. Somewhere with no worries, no cares, someplace to relax and rest. As an experienced hypnotherapist, I can attest to the power that hypnosis has in allowing parents to escape the chaos without ever leaving the house.
About Dr Ellyn Gamberg:
Dr. Gamberg is licensed to practice psychotherapy in New York and in Florida, and is a nationally certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. Throughout her twenty-five year career in behavioral healthcare Dr. Gamberg has has held various faculty positions at major educational institutions, been a consultant to community organizations, and private corporations .
She has published and presented research nationally on the subject of anxiety and adjustment disorder. Her current training and research has developed an expertise in the area of Medical and Pediatric Hypnosis with special interest areas in Weight Management, Stress, and Anxiety in both adults and children. She has offices in both New York City and Connecticut.
Dr. Gamberg received her Doctoral Degree from Nova Southeastern University, completed her Master’s Degree at the University of South Florida and earned her Bachelor’s degree at Temple University.