Linda King, CHT ~ Transformational Hypnotherapy
(970) 215-7606
About Hypnotherapy/Rates

Q.  Is hypnosis safe?

Yes, you are in a state of mind similar to hypnosis everyday.. upon  awakening in the morning and just before you drift off into a deep sleep at night.  While in hypnosis, your brain waves are in the alpha mode, the level of mind associated with meditation, prayer, deep relaxation and inspired creativity.

Q.  Can I really be hypnotized?

Anyone who wishes to enter the state known as hypnosis can do so quite easily.  All it takes is a willingness to relax and feel good! 

Q. What if I can't be hypnotized?

If you have a desire to go into hypnosis and you have a near normal IQ (or above), you CAN be hypnotized! Some people go into hypnosis faster than others -- but everyone gets better at it with practice. 

Some persons with low intelligence or mental disabilities may have a little difficulty being hypnotized. Some people believe that only weak minded people can be hypnotized --NOT TRUE!

Q.  Will I be out of control and cluck like a chicken or do something silly?

Only if you want to.  In hypnosis, you are still aware of everything that is going on around you.  You are free to accept or reject any suggestions that are given to you; you will not do or say anything in hypnosis that you would not do when wide awake.  You are only more receptive to the suggestions and images that you want to program into your subconscious.


$85 - $140 per session, (usually 90 minutes), depending on type of session. Discounts usually given on multi-session packages. Most sessions will include a self-hypnosis recording for use at home to reinforce suggestions, usually on your cell phone, MP3 player or digital recording device.

Q. What is the difference between stage hypnosis and hypnotherapy?

Stage hypnosis is done for entertainment purposes only. People will volunteer to go up on stage because they know they will be asked to something silly and they do not mind making a fool of themselves.

Hypnotherapy is done for a therapeutic purpose; (overcome fears, end a habit, develop more confidence, etc.).

Q. Can I get "stuck" in hypnosis?

No, it's impossible to get stuck in a hypnotic state.  If you fall asleep, while you are in the office, the therapist will wake you.

Q. How do I know hypnosis can help me?

Call and talk to the hypnotherapist, Linda King. She can give you more information and answer any questions you may have.



LINDA KING, Certified Hypnotherapist

(970) 215-7606

150 E. 29th Street, Suite 257 Loveland, CO 80538

Palmer Gardens Shopping Center - Offices upstairs

Q. How does hypnosis work?

In hypnosis, we speak directly to your subconscious mind - your control center.  This part of your mind is conditioned by old habit patterns and the avoidance of pain and the pursuit of pleasure.  Often when change is desired, it is only the conscious mind making the decision.  The subconscious mind may want to continue to hold on to the old behaviors.  Anyone who has ever been on a diet or tried to quit smoking knows this conflict all too well!  The suggestions received in hypnosis convince your subconscious of all the benefits and pleasures your new behavior will bring.  Soon, your conscious and subconscious mind are working together... and changes start taking place.

Q.  What happens during my hypnosis appointment?

First, we sit down and discuss your goals and how hypnosis can help.  This discussion forms the basis of your individual hypnosis session. Hypnosis and how it works will be explained to you in detail.  All your questions are answered so that you feel totally comfortable with the process.  Our appointment will last approximately 90 minutes, the hypnosis portion is about 40 minutes long. 

Q. What does it feel like to be hypnotized?

You will feel relaxed and at ease, allowing your subconscious mind to absorb and act upon many positive suggestions and images.  Afterwards, you will feel better than you have felt in a very long time.

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