Sean Wheeler on CNN: Stop Smoking Hypnosis
Clinical Hypnotherapist Sean Wheeler appears in this CNN piece to explain how hypnosis can be used to stop smoking. Includes footage of the hypnosis session and a before/after interview with a new client.
How Sean Wheeler and Hypnosis Can Help You
Clinical Hypnotherapist Sean Wheeler explains his approach and experience, and how he can use hypnosis to help you achieve your personal goals. Your search for a solution ends here!
Sean Wheeler Helps Jenn Hobby to Quit Smoking!
Jenn Hobby of Q100’s “The Bert Show” gets hypnotized to stop smoking by Clinical Hypnotherapist Sean Wheeler, and shares her experience on the air. Includes audio clips from her hypnosis session.
Sean Healed Heather’s Broken Heart
Heather had just come out of a long-term relationship and was devastated. After just three sessions with The Heartbreak Hypnotist™, she was a new person. Months later, she’s feeling better than ever!
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Hypnosis in the News
Scientific and university studies, as well as mainstream news articles, demonstrate how hypnosis is being used effectively by therapists and medical professionals all around the world.
Neuroscience has proven the value of hypnosis to make both psychological changes (increased motivation, etc.) and physical alterations (pain control, etc.). Take a look at our selection of articles and links and see for yourself.
Most recent blog entries
Back in September, a CNN crew came by my Buckhead office to do a story about stop smoking hypnosis. A new client of mine – Steve Davis – graciously agreed to appear on camera for the story, and everything went extremely well. You see him interviewed immediately following his session, so this video is a… Read more »
“I had already concluded that hypnotherapy was just another new-age psychological tactic designed to suck in money and spit out nothing in return. I’ve been proven wrong.” “It wasn’t until I went in for my second session that it all dawned on me: I had become a new person.” -Anna Morris, Eidé Magazine
Anita didn’t like running. She told me she hadn’t run the Peachtree Road Race in 25 years. In fact, she hadn’t run for more than 10 minutes since then. She thought of running as “torture” and punishment for gaining weight. That was May 2011. Fast forward 3 years and a lot has changed… Anita lost… Read more »