Have you tried every diet known to man and woman only to give up after suffering too much deprivation? Have you dieted and failed to lose your desired amount of weight?
The problem with diets is that deprivation goes with every diet. And no one wants to suffer deprivation.
I have been helping people lose weight successfully using hypnosis since 1995. I designed a three-session program that can help you lose weight in a safe and healthy manner using clinical hypnosis. My program is NOT a diet. It is a program that installs a new mindset called “Mind Over Platter”.
What is “mind over platter”? The answer is that it is a change in mindset that makes it easy and natural to refuse junk food and to refuse to overeat. As a result, you only eat what you need to be healthy and strong.
The fact is that diets deprive. On the other hand, hypnosis helps you decide because your subconscious mind is reprogrammed to make healthy food choices consciously and unconsciously. Hypnosis takes the stress out of weight loss. With hypnosis we take the loss out of weight loss and in its place, we substitute win.
So, stop hoping you will lose weight. Start winning your battle with food which is really a battle with yourself. A battle with your cravings.
In addition to three one-hour hypnosis sessions, you will get the audio recordings of your hypnotherapy sessions. Call me (Dr. Bruce Eimer) to find out more: 561-377-1039. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like more information about hypnosis for weight loss, call Dr. Eimer in Boca Raton, FL at 561-377-1039 for a free consultation or visit www.bruceeimer.com. You’ll be glad you did.
Dr. Bruce Eimer Ph.D. proudly serves Boca Raton and all surrounding areas.
You know you are depressed when you have nothing to say to anyone. But do you have nothing to say to your dog? I doubt it. Your dog needs you to take care of his or her emotional needs just as much as Fido needs you to feed him and walk him and groom him. Your dog is communicating with you all the time. Can you interpret what your furry friend is telling you?
You don’t have to be a dog whisperer to learn your dog’s language. You simply have to pay attention and talk to your dog just like you would talk to a child or even a close friend. The benefits of talking to your dog have been documented by researchers to include lower blood pressure, relief from pain, better breathing (even for those with allergies to fur and dog hair), and relief from depression.
Think about it. Your dog loves you unconditionally. Your dog will never buy into your negative self-talk. But when you put yourself down, this is reflected in your mood state and your appearance. It even affects your scent. Your fur baby is sensitive to all these things and responds accordingly. So, when you give off a depressed scent, and evidence depressed body language, your dog gets depressed! Yup, dogs do get depressed. And dogs are exquisitely sensitive to our feelings and moods. Dogs really are our best friends.
Naturally, you don’t want to depress your dog. Please – I am not giving you another thing to blame yourself for and become more depressed about. I am simply suggesting an avenue to help you get un-depressed and as part of the bargain, make your dog happier. I am not a dog whisperer. However, I love dogs and have owned many. Currently my best bud is Leo who is a 2 ½ year old German Shepherd. I have trained him to be a therapy dog. Therefore, he is hypersensitive to the moods of people around him. In my clinical psychotherapy practice, I use dog-assisted therapy (DAT) to help depressed clients feel better more quickly. And you don’t have to own a dog to keep up the momentum. Just a few sessions of DAT can give you the necessary stimulation to get back on your feet. It is like ECT without any of the risks or negative side effects.
If you would like more information about dog-assisted therapy, call Dr. Bruce Eimer in Boca Raton, FL at 561-377-1039 for a free consultation or visit www.bruceeimer.com. You’ll be glad you did.
Dr. Eimer proudly serves Boca Raton and all surrounding areas.
If you are depressed, read this and call me anytime. . .
You know you are depressed when it is a struggle to get up in the morning. You don’t want to face the long day because you feel you have nothing meaningful to look forward to doing. Frequently, nighttime is a welcome part of your day because the day is over, and you do not need an excuse to rest.
Depression is your mind and body telling you they are depleted. If you have been running on empty for a while, your functioning will naturally not be like it was before you lost your energy and drive. This changes your thinking patterns also. You think more concretely and you are not as sharp. Think back to a time in the past when you were not depressed but you were overly fatigued. Your thinking and performance were spotty.
When you are depressed, your sleep patterns are disturbed, and it is difficult to get restorative sleep. So, you have less energy to run on during the day. This is the reason one component in the medical treatment of depression is the prescription of medication that can improve the architecture of your sleep.
Depression needs to be treated multimodally. Medicine alone does not help you address the underlying issues that led to your depletion. An effective treatment program incorporates behavioral interventions, such as structuring your daily activities, affectively focused interventions to help you address the painful feelings you live with when you are depressed, sensory focused interventions to bring a little bit of pleasure – which is the opposite of pain, imagery focused interventions to transform some of the negative images in your mind’s eye, cognitive therapy interventions to change your negative thinking patterns, interpersonal interventions to get you back to having social experiences, and biological interventions such as drugs, diet and exercise.
The above seven types of interventions spell B.A.S.I.C. I.D. If you would like to learn more about how I incorporate the B.A.S.I.C. I.D. in my Multimodal Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression (MCBT-D), give me a call and we can schedule a free consultation. Call 561-377-1039.
If you would like more information about Multimodal Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression, call Dr. Bruce Eimer in Boca Raton, FL at 561-377-1039 or visit www.bruceeimer.com.
Dr. Eimer proudly serves Boca Raton and all surrounding areas.
It has been a year since Covid-19 invaded 2020 and changed life as we knew it. By now, most people are suffering from COVID Fatigue. In fact, it has given rise to what I term Covid Fatigue Syndrome or CFS. The symptoms include boredom, anxiety, depression, anger, impatience, irritability, and impulsiveness. Many people feel like they can no longer wait to get out of COVID prison. People want out. People want to end the social isolation. This is understandable. However, we still need to be careful. Covid is no picnic. I went through it. You still need to take precautions. The consequences of carelessness can be devastating. Sometimes having someone to talk with who is an empathic listener with a solution-oriented mindset can help. If you are clinically depressed, brief solution-focused therapy can often help alleviate the depression. You could benefit from seeing a clinical psychologist to evaluate your depression. I am here to help. Call me at 561-377-1039 to schedule a free consultation.
If you would like more information about Covid Fatigue Syndrome, call Dr. Bruce Eimer in Boca Raton, FL at 561-377-1039 or visit www.bruceeimer.com.
Dr. Eimer proudly serves Boca Raton and all surrounding areas.
This is because it is so liberating to be free of pain! When you are pain free, it is as if the pain was part of a bad dream you can’t remember much of.
If you suffer from chronic pain, book an private online or office session with Dr. Eimer here.
Health professionals and hypnotherapists can learn how to give the gift of hypnotic pain relief at my live Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioner Courses as well as by taking this course online here.
If you are a professional hypnotherapist, complete our course, and return to your hypnotherapy practice prepared to teach client’s suffering in pain how to transform their daydreams of less pain into waking reality.
people are more complicated than others. When a client goes to a hypnotherapist
for help and does not get better, it is never the client’s fault. It is that
the therapist does not have the requisite skills, knowledge or personality to
effectively help the client. Now hypnotherapists can acquire these skills here.
for hypnotherapists and health professionals.
intensive one-day, two-day, and three-day fundamental and advanced Pain Control
Hypnosis Practitioner courses. These courses are designed for professional
hypnotherapists, physicians, physician assistants, nurses, chiropractors,
physical therapists, occupational therapists, dentists, psychologists,
psychiatrists, social workers, and other mental health professionals. All of
these practitioners see patients with severe acute and chronic pain in their
respective fields, and are in a position to offer precise hypnotic pain relief
if they know what to do and how to do it.
real world of pain
is a lot more complicated and much less black-and-white than the distinctions and
generalizations given in textbooks or on this website. Effectively treating any
patient or client with hypnosis for pain control demands empathy, compassion,
wisdom, knowledge, technical know-how, experience, interest, good intentions,
good training, and a competent intake evaluation. It also requires a thorough
knowledge of hypnosis, good hypnosis training, and adequate knowledge of pain mechanisms,
human physiology and neurology, and psychology.
pain requires an
appropriate medical or dental work up. If you can confidently and competently
explain to a client or patient the cause of the client’s pain, if you know it,
and how treating the cause will alleviate the pain, this is likely to reduce
the client’s anxiety. However, if the patient’s work-up doesn’t identify a
treatable or fixable cause, we must address the patient’s anxiety. It has been
said that the fear of pain is often worse than the pain. This is so true, plus fear
can make pain worse too.
pain also requires
an appropriate medical or dental work up. However, chronic pain is way more
complicated. Living with severe and unrelenting chronic pain makes most people
experience some type of depression. And depression makes pain worse. Successful
employment of hypnotic techniques for altering pain sensations and distracting
the client his/her preoccupations with the pain requires that the client believes
that you take him or her seriously and that you agree that the pain is real and
NOT all in the client’s head.
All pain is real.
With chronic pain, there is almost always old emotional baggage that needs to
be released. Hypnosis practitioners learn how to do this effectively in our
courses. The problem of controlling chronic pain is compounded when a patient
is diagnosed with a medical condition that isn’t going to go away. Patients
with chronic or debilitating medical conditions associated with persistent pain
face the challenge of figuring out how to get along with their pain and somehow
make peace with it.
the Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioner’s job to help patients with pain to
accept their condition medically and accept responsibility for what they do
the Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioner’s job to help patients with pain build
ego strength, self-confidence, self-love, find faith, develop curiosity, and mobilize
courage in order to be able to learn new pain coping skills.
This is a video of Dr. Eimer doing a rapid induction with a girl in the dog park. She agreed to videotape me on my iPhone doing a pitch for a class, and in return I hypnotized her to help her change her attitude about working on her applications for medical school. Up until today, she was procrastinating and unable to get them done.
It’s time to give back now! Please watch this video. See you at HTL2019 at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas in just a week on August 13th through the 21st. Also, consider taking my 2-day practitioner workshop on Pain Control Hypnosis on Aug 13-14.
Hypnosis has been around for thousands of years, dating back to the ancient Egyptian and Greek sleep temples, in the forms of faith healing and the directed use of the imagination.
The term “Mesmerism”, which means to entrance or induce trance, came from the work of Dr. Franz Anton Mesmer, a Viennese physician who lived in 18th century Europe. He was discredited by a commission headed by none other than Ben Franklin in the 1780’s. Franklin concluded that the powerful effects of Mesmerism on Dr. Mesmer’s followers were real, but that Dr. Mesmer himself was a huckster because at that time in history, there was no credible scientific support for Dr. Mesmer’s theory of “animal magnetism”. Franklin attributed the very real effectiveness of “Mesmerism” to the directed use of the imagination!
later, in the 1840’s, a Scottish physician named Dr. James Braid coined the
term “hypnosis” and ushered in the modern era of medical hypnosis. Braid’s
style of hypnosis as the sole form of surgical anesthesia was pioneered by a
British surgeon named Dr. James Esdaile in India who performed major surgeries
on thousands of cases with marked reductions in surgery mortalities. Sigmund
Freud’s physician mentors such as Dr. Jean-Martin Charcot, a noted French
neurologist of the day, used James Braid’s style of hypnosis successfully in
treating various neuropsychological syndromes with psychological causes. Dr. Freud
tried hypnosis with his neurotic patients but he soon abandoned it due to his
fears that he would not be able to control the so-called “erotic transference”
after he hypnotized his female patients. Freud was a brilliant doctor and
theorist, but a poor hypnotist and he was paranoid.
paved the way for Dr. Freud’s invention of psychoanalysis and his psychosexual
theories of neurosis. Dr. Braid’s and Dr. Mesmer’s forms of clinical hypnosis
lost popularity in medical circles to psychoanalysis and free association,
itself a form of trancework. Classical hypnosis became more popular at the turn
of the 19th century in the world of stage hypnosis. However,
psychologists as laboratory researchers at ivory tower universities continued
to investigate hypnotic phenomena.
Erickson, MD, an innovative psychiatrist, pioneered new creative approaches to
clinical hypnosis with medical and psychiatric patients. Erickson might
rightfully be considered the founding father of modern medical hypnosis and he
co-founded the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) in the 50’s. David
Cheek, MD, an innovative Ob-Gyn, was Erickson’s contemporary, and he along with
“lay hypnotist” Leslie LeCron developed unique approaches to hypnoanalysis
using ideomotor techniques.
Bandler and Jon Grinder were two of MHE’s many brilliant students and they
invented NLP based on their conceptualization of the “deep structure” of
the latter half of the 20th century through the first decade of the
21st century, medical hypnosis societies such as ASCH and academic
psychological hypnosis societies such as the Society for Experimental and
Clinical Hypnosis (SCEH) refused to associate with or admit as members hypnosis
practitioners whom they pejoratively labeled as “lay hypnotists”. At least
medical psychoanalytic societies admitted non-physicians as members whom they
called “lay analysts”. Lay analysts could take classes, teach, and get
certified. Quite to the contrary, professional members of ASCH and SCEH were
sanctioned if they were caught studying with or teaching with so-called “lay
hypnotists. As a result of this ignorance, progress was stifled in the
evolution of hypnosis because the cross fertilization of ideas was inhibited.
truly stopped renewing his ASCH membership despite having been an elected
fellow of ASCH. He stopped renewing his
SCEH membership too, and joined the International Medical and Dental
Hypnotherapy Association (IMDHA), where he earned fellowship, and
Live has succeeded in bringing together from around the world the most
brilliant minds in hypnosis. The result has been the creation of a great online
forum on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/groups/HypnoThoughts/ and the annual Hypnothoughts Live
(HTL) conference in Las Vegas, which is by far the best continuing education
event I have ever attended.
am 100% dedicated to supporting the growth of the HTL enterprise because the
founders, Scott Sandland and Richard Clark are 100% dedicated to fostering the
evolution of the science and practice of hypnosis in the 21st
century, and they are fair minded, honest, and they are practicing
hypnotherapists who work in the trenches just like me.
area of special expertise is Pain Control Hypnosis by virtue of my fortuitous
clinical experiences over a period of more than 30 years in providing medical
and psychiatric patients with hypnotic pain relief. Recently, I was diagnosed
with an autoimmune disorder called Polymyalgia Rheumatica or PMR. This
condition untreated is severely disabling. With precipitously acute onset, it
hits like a ton of bricks. You wake up one morning feeling as if you were
beaten up by three WWE wrestlers. I have struggled with chronic back and leg
pain for years following a motor vehicle accident in 1993 that left me with
serious injuries. I developed Fibromyalgia. Self-hypnosis as I learned it from
a hypnotist whom I saw early on worked for me. Then I added my own
modifications. But this PMR was like a real test from God. I had to be put on
Prednisone which is the first line treatment for PMR. Untreated all of your
major joints lock up in severe pain. But you cannot remain on steroids for a
long time without suffering the breakdown of your body. So, now I have been
forced to walk the walk about which I have written books and talked. Good luck
to me! I’ll keep you posted in my Pain Control Blog.
I will keep everyone posted. I will continue to help as many suffering individuals as I can with my brand of Pain Control Hypnosis. See www.PainControlHypnosis.com. I will learn from every person I work with and every challenge that I personally face in coping with my own PMR. And I will treat anyone who has been verifiably medically diagnosed with PMR for free with Pain Control Hypnosis.
I am teaching my 2-day intensive Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioner course this August at HTL2019 in Las Vegas, and I will be teaching this PCHP course all over the country this coming year.
We train hypnotherapists to become Certified Pain Control Hypnosis Practitioners (PCHPs).
Communicates to the client that he/she is aware that the pain feels like something in the client’s body has been, or is being damaged, and that the pain feels like a threat to the client’s functionality and health.
Finds out whether the client has been feeling anxious, fearful, angry or depressed, and the basis for any of these negative feeling states. Explains how these emotional states affect pain levels and why these persistent feelings must be addressed.