Hypnotherapy for First Responders

Whether it’s during the spread of Covid-19 and its variants, in response to school shootings like those at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, or trying to stop the spread of wildfires in California, first responders always play a critical role in rescuing endangered citizens, their property, and their pets or providing medical treatment and emotional support to individuals and families.

Too infrequently do we hear about the mental, physical, and emotional needs of these brave men and women who put their lives on the line day and night: first responders, firefighters, policemen, emergency room workers as well as physicians assistants, doctors and nurses. It should come as no surprise that without therapy, the ongoing dangers and trauma (PTSD) that firefighters, policemen and other emergency workers face and the extreme stress these first responders endure can seriously impair their ability to perform at their best, and to maintain strong, healthy relationships with their family, friends, and colleagues.

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Hypnosis Can Help You

  • Heal Emotional Pain
  • Overcome Trauma
  • Relax and Unwind Faster
  • Sharpen Focus
  • Avoid Second Guessing
  • Make Decisions with Confidence
  • Improve Concentration
  • Manage Panic Attacks
  • Calm Anxiety and Fears

Ellen R. Coleman - Certified Hypnotherapist

About Ellen

I am Ellen R. Coleman, a former university prof in private practice for 20 years as a certified hypnotherapist and self-help coach. Specialties include managing stress, calming anxiety and overcoming trauma. Emergency sessions are conducted virtually and, when safe, in my office in West Los Angeles, CA.

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Hypnotherapy for Doctors, Nurses, Surgeons and More

The same is true for doctors and nurses dealing with the life and death issues of their patients. Working long hours, the limited sleep, inadequate exercise, and fast food that many of them live on can take a toll on their mental, physical, and emotional health as well. Therapists for doctors and nurses, many of whom come from the medical field, know all too well the negative effects on the body and mind that result from deficient self-care. Part of their treatment plan often includes recommendations for better nutrition, the practice of yoga and meditation, as well as catnaps which can be quite revitalizing.

Hypnotherapy for first responders, emergency workers, doctors and nurses, offers very effective treatment to enable them to regain their mental, physical, and emotional strength. Trained in the use of clinical hypnosis, the ones who cater to first responders can help them calm their negative emotions like fear, anxiety, anger, and excessive worry. Using hypnotic techniques, they can enable them to relax, de-stress, and regain confidence, clarity, and focus, all necessary for making critical split-second decisions on the job.

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