HYPNOSIS - ST. Andrews - New Brunswick

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HYPNOSIS for New Brunswick, Canada region available in only in the Calais, Maine area.

Hypnosis Services are available in the Calais / Passamaquoddy Bay, Maine Area. Residents of NB must travel across the border.

William C. Breuer, CH, CI, MCH, FAPHP, PSC

Holistic Consultant

Author of Physically Focused Hypnotherapy - A Guide to the Use of Hypnosis in Daily Medical Practice, contributing author to Official Guide to Hypnotism and the CRNA Journal for Nurse Anesthetists - he has 40 years experience in Hypnosis work, a pioneer in holistic health, (founder and former director of one of the oldest and largest holistic interdisciplinary medical centres in the United States). A published science writer, member of the National Association of Science Writers, a syndicated columnist, science consultant. Author and co-author of  numerous books. He is a frequent presenter, guest lecturer and consultant to healthcare professionals, clinics, universities, medical specialty groups and numerous scientific organizations.


PRIVATE HYPNOSIS SESSIONS:  Available for individuals. Sessions are usually about one hour.  Contact information is below.


With the general public becoming more mind/body aware, the need for hypnotherapists increases every year!  Can be available in the Maritimes near St. Andrews by the Sea historic resort town.


This innovative certification program and hands-on training provides an in-depth working knowledge of hypnosis, practical methodology to produce the hypnotic state and insights into the numerous applications of hypnosis in daily practice for mind, body and spiritual health.  The course includes all materials, workbooks, audio/videos tapes.  Upon successful completion of this 100 hour program a certification by NGH (the world’s oldest and largest Hypnosis organization with over 7,000 members in 40 countries.) is granted.

Former students have included doctors, nurses, psychologists, physical and occupational therapists, dietitians, spiritual counselors and others interested in helping people.

Former students have included doctors, nurses, psychologists, physical and occupational therapists, dietitians, spiritual counselors and others interested in helping people.



Lifestyle Changes: Improvement of sleep quality, self-confidence, changing bad habits, weight reduction, smoking cessation, reducing stress and fears, clearing creative blocks, chronic pain control, ease childbirth, impotence, frigidity, improve study habits, memory, efficiency, and motivation.

Medical Approaches: A Partial List of conditions where Hypnosis has been indicated and used successfully, either as a primarily or as a compliment to medical care.

Blood sugar disorders
Essential Hypertension
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Fibromyalgia
Headaches (Tension/Migraine/Histamine)
Indigestion/GERD from Hiatus Hernia
Immune System Disorders
I.B.S./Crohn’s  DiseaseMenstrual Disorders
Memory Problems
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscle Spasm or Tension
Nausea & vomiting
Panic attacks
Pain Management
Plantar Warts
Shy Bladder
Sleeping Disorders
TMJ/TMD Cranio-facial Pain  
Smoking Cessation
Weight Loss/Appetite Management
Motivation in Rehabilitation
Tolerance for a medical procedure
Medical and Dental Referrals for Hypnosis:  There are times that a patient/client may want to address a medical or dental problem with the use of hypnotherapy. Indeed hypnosis has demonstrated effectiveness not just with psychological problems but for the treatment of many physical conditions such as digestive disorders, numerous cardiovascular, musculoskelletal and immunolocical problems.  It has applications in pain management, surgery, dentistry and helping one undergo uncomfortable diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Many modern hypnotherapists are well-trained in the area of medical hypnosis and hypnodontics. 

Many medical professionals are aware of the current literature and recent studies showing the effectiveness of hypnosis; yet few mainstream doctors and allied personnel have sufficient training in hypnotherapy, let alone the time to implement this useful modality.  A hypnotherapist will often be able to supply studies and articles to acquaint your doctor with the latest information as well as specifics on the procedure and its safety.

How might I get a Referral? Depending on what the goal is, a referral is not necessary for hypnosis work. Your hypnotherapist may have a list of doctors (MD, DO, DC, PhD, etc.) who are willing prescribe hypnosis after a consultation.  If you have already selected a hypnotherapist, she/he may want to contact the doctor for you and send follow up reports if indicated. Your hypnotherapist can often provide you with updated sources and studies to present to a doctor during your next consultation.

How can I get a Referral from my Doctor? How do I approach my doctor?   For the benefit of the patient's well-being, many doctors are quite open to modern care that is safe, holistic and complementary to their work. 


Spiritual Exploration: Grief work, preparation for transition, energy balancing, grounding, removal of blocks, meditation and improvement of inner awareness, uncovering Past Lives ( "spiritual archaeology").  Exploration of Future Life, Lost Time Episodes (abductions) and other multi/interdimensional pheneomena.  These are areas that hypnosis can address.



William Breuer, MCH, CI, FAPHP, PSC


Fellow of the Association for Professional Hypnosis & Psychology (GB), Certified Hypnosis Instructor, Researcher, Published Author of Textbooks and Scientific Articles.



In the hands of trained and skilled persons, hypnosis is highly effective often with fast and permanent results.


Most people can be hypnotized. Actually the more intelligent, artistic, sensitive and creative people are usually the most talented hypnotically and achieve the deeper levels.


Dentists in the know, often use hypnosis as a safe and pleasant alternative to anesthesia.


Doctors taking a modern holistic approach to medicine often prescribe hypnosis for a multitude of ailments (see list above).


Hypnosis was used centuries ago, long before the discovery of anesthetics such as ether or chloroform, to prevent pain during surgery.


Patients using hypnosis require little to no anesthesia usually bleed less, have reduced side effects and recover far more quickly.


In addition to it's well-known effectiveness for phobias, psychological, emotional  issues and stress related conditions hypnosis is very useful in habit modification and increased motivation.


Hypnosis is now recognized as able to help the body increase its immune system response against disease AND help the body to heal.


People can be taught self-hypnosis as a useful everyday tool.


The hypnotic trance has been objectively proven by a multinational group study as a neuro-physiological state that is completely natural. http://www.angelfire.com/psy/sign/


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