Case Study: Hypnotherapy for Relationships

Case Study: Hypnotherapy for Relationships

Eve, a therapist herself, came for treatment because she was having difficulty finding a life partner. Despite being successful, outgoing, and good with people, she had dated dozens of guys with no success.

In the course of her treatment, Eve was able to explore her experiences in high school, feelings of being unpopular with friends, and her relationship with her parents. She was able to understand the root of the fears that came up when she met someone who was good for her, and why she felt “no feelings” towards someone who she actually got along very well with.

During a particularly emotional and insightful moment, she said “it would have taken me 10 years of therapy to have this insight.”

A few weeks later Eve went abroad, and sent the following message:

With tremendous gratitude for your help…I’m engaged!

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