Welcome To INQUIRE WITHIN
Welcome to Inquire Within. Heal your body and your life with hypnotherapy.
Carolyn Beauchamp is an advanced certified clinical hypnotherapist located in Naples Florida. Carolyn is also a Certified Hope Coach, and she recently completed her advanced hypnotherapy training at The Wellness Institute based in Issaquah, Washington. She is a member of IMDHA (International Medical And Dental Hypnotherapy Association), HEA (Hypnosis Education Association) and has helped many people with a variety of challenges ranging from smoking cessation, weight loss, fears & phobias and pain control.
Carolyn specializes in age regression, strongly feeling that many life challenges stem from early childhood traumas, either remembered or not in conscious awareness. Once accessed, these issues can be healed and resolved, allowing for major breakthroughs and lasting resolution.
Carolyn completed workshops in Medical Hypnosis with David Quigley CHt and Michael Ellner, Medical ,Hypnotist. In addition she is collaborating with Carol Roberts M.D. of the Hughes Medical Center (formally The Perlmutter Health Center) in a holistic medical weight loss program with hypnotherapy called LIGHTEN UP FLORIDA. Carolyn is also a Registered Yoga Instructor specializing in Yin Yoga.
Hypnosis for the Relief and Control of Pain
Hypnosis is a set of techniques designed to enhance concentration, minimize one's usual distractions, and heighten responsiveness to suggestions to alter one's thoughts, feelings, behavior, or physiological state. Hypnosis is not a type of psychotherapy. It also is not a treatment in and of itself; rather, it is a procedure than can be used to facilitate other types of therapies and treatments. People differ in the degree to which they respond to hypnosis. The key to becoming hypnotized is the extent to which a person is hypnotizable, which is a very reliable and stable individual difference trait that indexes one's openness to hypnotic suggestions.
Research shows that hypnosis works as part of a treatment program for a number of psychological and medical conditions, with pain relief being one of the most researched areas, as shown in a 2000 study by psychologists Steven Lynn, PhD, Irving Kirsch, PhD, Arreed Barabasz, PhD, Etzel Cardeña, PhD, and David Patterson, PhD. Among the benefits associated with hypnosis is the ability to alter the psychological components of the experience of pain that may then have an effect on even severe pain.
Hypnosis for Weight loss
Hypnosis works because it works on the level of feelings, patterns, and unconscious motivations. It's much better when we feel we want to eat healthily rather than just think that we should. Used well, hypnosis will help people naturally feel like making the right choices.
The most frequent clinical uses of hypnosis include: breaking bad habits, overcoming insomnia, smoking, weight loss, recalling forgotten experiences, and as an anesthetic for managing pain.