Hi, Hypnosis Friends!
The difference between a hobby-ist hypnotist and professional is many fold. One difference is the commitment to offering a safe, private environment to do the work. A private office. Not a “shared by-the-hour, I’m-not-good-enough-to-afford-my-own-space, fly-by-night” office, a real office.
Mindworks Hypnosis & NLP has a charming office, filled with light and warmth and and color and beautiful pieces of artwork.
When I was first starting out in this work 10 years ago, one hypnotist advised me to have a sterile white room with no distractions as my hypnotism space. Another said: No, find a space that makes YOU feel good. Comfortable, happy. I chose the latter. My space brings me joy every time I enter it. And from a platform of joy, I know I do my best work.
Another hypnotist said to me: don’t spend money on nice furniture, buy something cheap and then throw a blanket over it. I rejected that idea instantly. No, I bought lovely quality things that offer a professional appearance as well as comfort–especially what I call “the trance chair, ” a leather recliner that I love, and my clients love.
I’m happy to share some colorful photos of my office, taken today. Scroll down to view. These are not ordinary photos, these have been “enhanced” with an artificial intelligence prismatic eye.
My space is even prettier in person. It’s smack dab in the heart of the Bellefield Office Park, a greenbelt area of canals, bridges, walking paths, and buildings tucked into the trees. They call it a “woodsy walkup.” Very. More photos are here: https://www.mindworkshypnosis.net/contact/directions/
I’m proud of my office. I’d be happy to share the magic generated in this space anytime.
All the Best,
Connie Brannan, CHt.
Clinical Neuro-Linguistic Hypnotherapist
Licensed Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming®
Originator of Designer Feelings®
Originator of Designer Beliefs®
Design Human Engineer™
Professional Conversational Hypnotherapist
Managing Partner, Mindworks Hypnosis
Photos and text © Copyright Connie Brannan, CHt., 2016