ADHD - ADD

ADHD - ADD

Attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity disorder cannot be diagnosed with a blood test or other medical diagnosis. There is only a list of common symptoms like having difficulty to concentrate or paying attention to a conversation, lot of chatter in the mind, finding it hard to stay at the same place or keeping on task, being disorganized etc.
Many adults with this condition report low self-esteem and confidence.

This is what renowned expert, world famous speaker and author of “Scattered mind” Dr Gabor Mate is saying : “Rather than an inherited disease, Attention Deficit Disorder is a reversible impairment and a developmental delay, with origins in infancy. It is rooted in multigenerational family stress and in disturbed social conditions in a stressed society.”

ADD and ADHD can be seen as the brain response to a particular stressful environment in childhood.
By seeking, finding the root cause and healing the inner child coupled with hypnotic suggestion, it is possible to rewire the brain circuitry and significantly reduce the intensity of the symptoms.

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If you are considering hypnotherapy, it is essential to find the right therapist.  
Word of mouth, testimonial and reviews are your best source.
Recently, two of my clients shared their Hypnotherapy journeys on @sarahthepivoter podcast. 
If you are wondering what Mind Your Brain can do for your take 5 min to watch this video and schedule your initial consultation. 


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Read the case study below 

Case Study *

Jean is a 40 years old female who is suffering from low self-confidence. She explained she can’t keep on track with her goals, second guessing her choices constantly and tuning out very frequently. She is wondering what is wrong with her as she keep repeating to herself how inadequate she is.
She was diagnosed with ADHD a few years ago and has been taking Ritalin ever since. While the medicine help her to focus she is feeling bad with herself.
She heard that Hypnosis could help her with self-confidence and this is why she came to see me.

The first session was about exploring her situation and giving her explanation about hypnotherapy and A(D)HD. She had never thought of her condition this way and it was an immediate relief for her. She confirmed her childhood was indeed very stressful with an absent father, an anxious mother and very uncertainty environment.
She had a very successful first hypnosis even though her mind wondered a bit at the beginning, she was amazed how much she could remain focus and calm. I anchored this state she successfully access easily post hypnosis.
The following sessions coupled hypnotic suggestions and inner children hypnotherapeutic healing.
She was feeling more focus and confident after each session and the breakthrough happened when she revisited an early childhood memory and realized how she tuned out in order to escape a stressful and traumatic family environment. She realized there was nothing wrong with her and that in fact her brain used this strategy to protect her. She instantly reconnected with self-love and self-confidence. Healing this inner child has been instrumental to her recovery. Each session was more and more productive and she not only felt confident and good with herself but also managed to be more focus and relaxed.
It took 6 sessions for Jean to experience a huge shift in her life and under her doctor’s supervision she reduced the intake of Ritalin with a goal to stop it completely.


*Case studies are inspired from real client's stories but names and personal details have been changes to preserve confidentiality.