DR. JOHN A. BRADY
John A. Brady, Ph.D. (Psychology-1982), and DCH (Doctor of Clinical Hypnotherapy-1984) has a limited practice providing clinical hypnotherapy for patients with chronic or acute stress, anxiety, and trauma.
Why I chose HeartLight Wellness ...
ELIMINATE ANXIETY AND PANIC ATTACKS
“I found Dr. Brady while doing a google search for anxiety therapy. I was skeptical, but he had great reviews. I have had crippling social anxiety for over 15 years, and I was willing to do just about anything to overcome my fear. I signed up for several sessions and have to say it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made!
Dr. Brady works with Dr. Irene Dougherty, Doctor of Oriental Medicine to combine clinical hypnotherapy with acupuncture to increase the effectiveness of the treatments. I've never experienced such warm, personalized care I received from John and Irene. They're never in a rush, and I'm always totally rejuvenated and relaxed after each session.
I am happy to report that I'm back! I haven't had a panic attack since starting this therapy. Honestly, I have tried it all, and John and Irene were the only ones who took the time to get to know me and find the source of my anxiety. They help me regain my confidence and improve my peace of mind. They’re amazing, and I highly recommend them to anyone suffering from any problem they face!” – CS, Santa Fe
CONQUER DESPAIR & HIGH ANXIETY
Dr. John Brady came to my rescue when I was deep in the throes of despair and panic and could not find a way out ...
John's reassuring presence 'talked me down' from a crisis, and his hypnotherapy and affirmation process put me on a healing path that continues to this day. I am grateful to this remarkable talent for his ongoing support, positivity, and friendship. ~ BJL, Datil, New Mexico
WHAT IS CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPY?
First, clinical hypnotherapy, by definition, is a clinical approach by highly trained and licensed clinicians (e.g., psychologists, MDs, etc.) to treat physical, emotional, and psychological conditions. It requires experience in a clinical setting that creates a natural, altered state of consciousness called therapeutic relaxation. Dr. Brady and other highly trained clinical hypnotherapists are certified Medical/Dental practitioners who assist in acute and chronic cases.
How does clinical hypnotherapy work, and what is it good for?
During a clinical hypnotherapy session, the conscious, critical mind is relaxed and inactive. This relaxed state allows the subconscious mind to access resources, skills, and abilities otherwise unavailable to the conscious mind. As therapy progresses, physical, emotional, and psychological balance is restored as new positive behaviors replace mental barriers and negative, limiting attitudes and beliefs.
What’s clinical hypnotherapy
suitable for? It is employed for various issues, from chronic pain to anxiety, depression, sleep issues, and trauma, to name a few, according to the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. Unlike certain medications, there are virtually zero side effects to hypnotherapy.