Hypnosis with Margie Freeman, LCSW
Hypnotic trance is a state of focused concentration, during which time the unconscious mind is more receptive to learning new skills and problem-solving strategies, and clients can learn to alter their sensations, perceptions, and behaviors. Hypnosis can aid in the treatment of anxiety and depression, in enhancing self-esteem and performance, as well as in overcoming habit problems, such as smoking cessation and weight management. My training in hypnosis was through the American Society for Clinical Hypnosis and The Wellness Institute. I also have specialized training in the use of hypnosis for mind/body healing.
If you are struggling with smoking, weight gain or weight loss, anxiety and or fears, early life or adult trauma, anger, self esteem, motivation, etc. hypnosis can help.
Please contact me at (973) 220-9007 or contact me online to schedule an appointment.
I am a Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with additional masters degrees in Counseling Psychology and Special Education for the Emotionally Disturbed. I am also a Certified Employee Assistance Professional.
Since receiving my M.A. in Social Work from the University of Chicago in 1980, I have worked with individuals, couples and families in a variety of mental health, family service, and organization settings. While in private practice for many years in the Chicago area, I served on the board of the Association of Mental Health Private Practitioners.
In addition to my M.A. in Social Work, my training includes an M.A. in Counseling Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology, training in hypnosis from the American Society for Clinical Hypnosis, training in EMDR from the EMDR Institute and a certificate in sex therapy from the Loyola University Medical Center.