Hypnotherapy: The Tool for Tapping into Your Subconscious

August 24, 2022

By Elaine Goldhammer MD

Elaine Goldhammer is a medical doctor who has practiced western medicine for 24 years. In  2018, she created Inner Freedom Therapy to help clients in a deeper and more meaningful way.  She is now the leading Hypnotherapist and Life Coach in West Chester, PA. 

There are so many tools and modalities that can help us evolve into the next version of ourselves.

In this podcast Dr. Elaine Goldhammer will be sharing what hypnotherapy looks like in practice, why it can be so complementary to life coaching, and how it’s a turbo booster for tapping into your subconscious.

What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
  • The difference between conscious and subconscious thoughts. 
  • Why our thoughts become well-grooved patterns in our brains. 
  • How hypnotherapy works in partnership with thought work to break underlying patterns we aren’t aware of. 
  • The ways Dr. Elaine uses hypnotherapy to help her clients. 
  • What’s missing in the thought work realm that hypnosis addresses. 
  • Dr. Elaine’s insights on why hypnosis can be so transformative. 
  • What drew Dr. Elaine to hypnotherapy and life coaching. 
  • How to identify if you might benefit from hypnotherapy. 
  • What hypnotherapy looks like in practice. 

How can Inner Freedom Therapy help?

If you would like to discuss this click to book a free consultation. 

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