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Pain Control with Mindworks Hypnosis & NLP

Pain is a message from your body.  It's important to listen.  But, once that message is received, a high level is no longer necessary.  Your mind controls your body, and that includes the sensations of physical discomfort.  Using hypnosis for pain control can help you lessen the discomfort, but it cannot alleviate the cause, such as with arthritis or an abscessed tooth.  

Hypnosis for the control of pain is not a substitute for medical attention.  If you are experiencing pain and you have not visited a doctor, do so immediately.  A doctor may refer you to a hypnotherapist for help with pain management, as hypnosis is recognized by the medical community as a powerful tool.


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Call Connie Brannan, CHt., at (425) 564-8608 or email to:   We serve the entire Seattle Metropolitan area.  Our office is conveniently located in Bellevue, Washington in the beautiful Bellefield Office Park with ample free parking.

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Tools for Accelerated Healing and Pain Management

"Hi, Connie, I just wanted to write and tell you that something great has happened because of your work with me. As you know, I have been dealing with this bum knee for over a year. I've seen a chiro and a physical therapist and it still wasn't getting better. After that one session with you, though, something amazing has changed. It has become much stronger!! I have done things with it that in the past would have easily reinjured it and yet, now, it has stayed strong. I was so close to getting surgery and now I don't think I need that!! Please continue to do this excellent work for others...you must have some magic..."

--Craig S, Bellevue, WA

He Got Off of Pain Killers with Hypnosis

Hi Connie. Thank you so much for helping my son, Eric. He feels so much better. He is actually laughing and smiling again. I have told several people about his experience, and now they want to see you . My fathers' physical therapist , from Swedish Hospital, plans to refer some of his clients, who have real pain issues, to you . I didn't think you would mind if I gave him your info.

Connie, Eric told our attorney , and he was so excited that he would like to refer clients to you. He has been a friend for years, and has been as concerned as I about the prescribed pain killers. He was so happy to learn that all Eric needs, is some Tylenol, from time to time.

Deborah Waters, Seattle