Academic Performance

The importance of education cannot be overstated. The opportunities available to those who succeed academically are many. It is extremely vital to get an academic edge as early on as possible in order to reach your goals. HYPNOSIS IS THE EDGE YOU NEED!

It can be a tremendous challenge to focus in on a particular academic task when your mind is easily distracted, racing or filled with anxiety.Only with a calm, cool and collected mindset can a student maximize study time.Whether you are sitting in class daydreaming or reading the same line over and over again in a book the problem is the same.Your mind is not responding to your wishes.Your mind is traveling off to a more interesting place.Although it can be quite helpful and entertaining to pass time fantasizing and daydreaming in some situations (like sitting in traffic), it can be quite harmful in situations that require your full attention and concentration (like when the traffic starts moving!).

Many times, academic difficulties have less to do with subject matter and more to do with the ability of the student to study and absorb information effectively. Learning anything requires discipline, concentration and time. Without any of these ingredients mastery of any kind is unlikely. The most successful students are those who are able to relax, concentrate and focus their minds.

Whether striving to finish your Ph.D. or learning to add and subtract the ability to focus in on that task at hand is vitally important. Hypnotherapy can provide you with the edge you need to make sure that you are getting the most out of your academic experience and performing to your full potential. Areas addressed include but are not limited to:

  • Concentration and Mental Focus
  • Confidence Building
  • Environmental Approaches (changing the learning environment)
  • Identifying and Overcoming Distractions
  • Improve Memory
  • Interpersonal Approaches (Utilizing the support of others)
  • Multi-Sensory Approaches (Are you a visual, auditory, kinesthetic, tactile learner?)
  • Preparing the Mind and Body (Achieving the right mental and physical state for learning)
  • Resource Management
  • Reward, Reinforcement and breaks (making learning pleasant)
  • Self Testing
  • Study Skills (How to...)