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Hypnotherapy Serves Many Purposes

Leslie Graff, CHt

Leslie A Graff, CHt, owner of Graff Hypnotherapy, teaches her clients how to resolve their inner conflicts when it comes to weight management, a harmful habit/compulsion, a painful childhood or something as simple as insomnia. She states, “Client-centered hypnotherapy means that the client drives the session. I don’t just pull out a script de jour and use it for all and any issues. I ask the right questions to bring about a client’s awareness and recovery.”

Sessions comprise both hypnotherapy and coaching. Graff assigns homework, accelerators, reading and brings to the session more than just an induction and affirmations. If a client is interested in spirituality, relationship or parenting, she will address whatever issue they are focused upon.

Hypnotherapy can also help with forgiveness, grief, negative self-talk, self-sabotage, avoidance and painful memory. Graff usually includes a self-hypnosis CD with session packages and offers free coaching to victims of domestic violence in her office or over the phone.

Location: 7235 N Paseo Del Norte, Ste. 4. For more information, call 520-548-0143, email [email protected] or visit

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