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Since its emergence from the Egyptian empire, and practiced by the Greeks in their "sleep temples", humans have used hypnosis throughout history to alter consciousness, in the quest of a higher understanding of themselves and their relationship to the world.

 

What previous civilizations have long understood, is that by reducing the connection between the task-oriented dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and the brain's default mode, critical thinking is temporarily inhibited, allowing suggestions to more freely enter the mind and alter behavior.

 

Hypnosis in its modern form has its origins in the medical practices of the 18th century Austrian Dr. Franz Anton Mesmer. Dr. Mesmer was an ardent believer in a more esoteric approach to Western medical practices, including the application fo astronomy and magnets on human health.  He believed that every individual had magnetic fluid that flowed throughout the body and that blockages in the flow which caused emotional, mental or physical distress or  (dis-ease), could be treated holistically.

 

In the 21st century, esteemed Stanford University Professor and Associate Chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, Dr. David Spiegel purported, "Hypnosis is the oldest Western form of psychotherapy...it is a very powerful means of changing the way we use our minds to control perception and our bodies".  

 

By combining western therapeutic techniques with hypnosis, clients are able to address a variety of areas that compromise healthy living such as (but not limited to):

  • Addiction 

  • Anxiety

  • Concentration 

  • Depression

  • Finance

  • Insomnia

  • Pain

  • Performance

  • Relaxation

  • Smoking

  • Stress

  • Weight​​

With that history and spirit in mind, the trivii group emerged, bringing a combined methodology of therapeutic techniques, personalized and tailored, to serve the specific needs of our clients. 

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