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Jul 2011

Vreeland College of the Healing Arts

~ An International Hypnosis Federation Registered School ~

 

Offering on-going courses in

Basic, Advanced and Clinical Hypnotherapy

Vreeland College of the Healing Arts

473 Post St.

(corner of Willis, in the Voiceboard Building)

Camarillo, CA
E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
(805) 482-8111
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Jul 2011

By Bunny Vreeland

Forgetting is a part of life. We forget 99% of everything that enters our head and we can be thankful that this happens. If all of our thoughts, impressions and ideas stayed with us our minds would become hopelessly cluttered. We would be unable to retrieve important facts buried under mountains of trivia.

There isn’t a person alive who hasn’t been frustrated by not being able to retrieve useful information—names, directions, what we came in the room for…

It is safe to say that, after Weight Loss, Smoking Cessation, and Stress Management, Memory Improvement is the area that most people will see Hypnotherapy services for. And, why not? Since the seat of the memory is the subconscious mind (The Hypnotherapist’s field of expertise).

One of the most reliable uses of Hypnotherapy is in the field of student studying and test taking. For most of us the use of Hypnotherapy can greatly reduce anxiety concerning tests and examinations. One client of mind, Sara, was dreading taking the DMV driving test, and after one session together, passed with flying colors.

There are many types of test anxieties. Such as, fear of tests, freezing and forgetting material that “you know you know” but cannot recall during a test, confidence problems, and mental blocks that sabotage testing performance. The relaxation of the hypnotic trance itself lowers anxiety and lets your body, mind, and mind-body relearn a positive, confident, and comfortable response to taking tests. It has been used successfully to treat test-taking anxiety at the high school, college, graduate, and professional board examination levels.

Hypnotherapy for memory and concentration is a natural and it works (when done by a professional). Seth, a lawyer, shares his experience with hypnosis as he was preparing for the Bar exam: “I met Bunny Vreeland in Napa in 1999 when I was struggling to pass the Bar. I had taken the summer off to study as I had taken, and failed, the test twice. If I didn’t pass the third time, I would have to wait for 6 months to take it, again, and it would cost a lot more money. You can appreciate the pressure I was under. My wife told me about Bunny, having met her at an event. As I was down to the wire and ready to try anything, I called her. We spent two sessions, together, and I passed the Bar. What relief! I am now setting up my practice as a Family Attorney in Napa, CA.”

How does memory work? Simply stated, memory is nothing more than a basic record of the events that have been picked up by our nervous system. Even single-celled animals can store information. Yet, everyone has had the experience of knowing something well enough but not being able to access it—no small source of frustration when taking a test.

A UCLA research study published in the June 2006 issue of the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry found that stress reduction, among other lifestyle changes, can improve cognitive function (perception, thinking, reasoning, and remembering). According to WebMD, deep relaxation in the form of “meditation can increase blood flow in the brain and improve memory.”

Similarly, hypnosis is known to improve brain function by reducing stress and anxiousness, which can impair your memory. In addition, pleasant feelings experienced under hypnosis, such as joy, peace, and excitement, stimulate pleasant feeling hormones, which are known to enhance memory. Hypnotherapy for exam and test preparation can help to reduce stress and enhance memory storage, while increasing focus, positive-thinking, motivation, and self-esteem—all key components to successful test taking.

As Jim, a realtor explains, “Last week I faced a serious deadline of taking and passing four difficult tests to retain my Realtor’s license. I was very uptight and full of anxiety, thus my studying was not producing good results. I changed my expectations from just getting by to getting over 90% in the tests. I looked in a mirror, into my eyes, and repeated some of the affirmations I have listened to in our sessions. Then, I went into the last two tests with a changed attitude. When the Test Monitor pulled up my test results, my marks were both 92’s. What a happy ending to a stress filled few days. The results make me believe that I can and will apply the same strategy to my sales career with equally good results.”

Here are some additional tips and strategies for successful exam preparation:

1.    Make a study schedule.
2.    Manage your time.
3.    Get organized.
4.    Create an environment that is free of distractions.
5.    Take frequent breaks.
6.    Study the most important information first.
7.    Engage in exercises that increase short-term memory—such as creating flashcards and listening to classical music, attributing meaning and building associations, and repeating and reviewing new information.
8.    Speak up in class and ask for help from instructors, tutors, classmates, and your friend the math genius.
9.    Get plenty of rest and eat well before the exam.
10.    And remember to breathe…and relax!

Would you like to know more about how hypnosis can help you with Exam Preparation? Dr. Bunny Vreeland is a board certified, Clinical Hypnotherapist and founder of the Vreeland College of the Healing Arts.  She is also an experienced speaker and has authored many articles for newspapers and magazines. Dr. Vreeland is currently working on a book illustrating how the mind impacts our behavior. She earned her Ph.D. in clinical Hypnotherapy and has been featured on radio and television.

 

Contact Dr. Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Jul 2011

‘Dr. Bunny’, as she is called, is a board-certified clinical Hypnotherapist who has been helping her clients to reduce or eliminate their old and unhealthy habits for more than two decades.

‘Dr. Bunny’ uses Hypnotherapy and relaxation, plus a generous measure of common sense and professional counsel, to achieve lasting positive results. 
”Really, what I do is un-hypnotize you from the old habits and fears that have been holding you back”, she says.

Think about this: most of us were trained, as children or early in life, to march to a certain drumbeat. We were trained that way. The problem is that those habits become ingrained in your memory and are hard to outgrow. They can, in fact, actually harm you.

For example, you may have been admonished, as an underweight child, to “Clean your plate!” That might have been good advice back then, but it’s a bad habit now—particularly if your goal is to shed excess pounds and keep them off!”

“Or, perhaps as a child, you were seldom acknowledged or, even worse, abused. Your feelings of low self-esteem and lack of self-confidence became negative baggage on your journey through life. You may even feel uncomfortable to the point of panic when asked to make a public presentation to your service organization, company staff, or to corporate management.”

“One of my clients, an attorney, used to panic every time he had to go to court! After a session or two, we discovered his mother had forced him to listen to his family, for hours on end, while they took turns and downgraded his speech. Verbal abuse. Given that insight, we could then enable him to release his feelings of being ‘less than’ and help him to pursue his career with confidence.”

Whatever the issues might be, Dr. Bunny offers confidential sessions to help you break through the negative habits and enable you to move on to live a better life.

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111

Jul 2011

(Mind Coaching)

For many people the word, ‘Hypnosis’, is associated with mystery and apprehension. Some even think it involves the loss of consciousness. Nothing could be further from the truth. A person in hypnosis is profoundly relaxed and mentally very alert.

Some people think Hypnotherapy involves the loss of consciousness. Nothing could be further from the truth. A person in hypnosis is profoundly relaxed and mentally very alert. Hypnosis is a 100% consent state. No one can keep you under hypnosis against your will.

During a Hypnotherapy session, a client will find that their conscious mind relaxed, allowing positive suggestion to enter the subconscious mind, like a computer recording everything.

Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness which results in an increased receptiveness and response to suggestion. Although associated with relaxation, hypnosis is actually an escape from an overload of message units, resulting in relaxation. Hypnosis can be triggered naturally from environmental stimuli as well as purposefully from an operator, often referred to as a hypnotist, or hypnotherapist.

Our habits, behaviors and thought patterns are stored in the subconscious mind and can be changed to more positive patterns through hypnosis. Through the use of hypnosis we are able to access the subconscious computer and reprogram ourselves. Hypnosis is a 100% consent state!

805-482-8111
http://www.Vreelandcollege.org

Jul 2011

Question:

Can Hypnotherapy help when dealing with pain?

Answer:

Yes, Hypnotherapy can be very effective in dealing with pain relief due to illness or injury.   Hypnotherapy can also help accelerate your recovery time from surgery or injury.  The American Medical Association, American Psychiatric Association and the British Medical Association studies have shown that hypnosis can be a valuable tool when dealing with a wide range of medical issues.

 

Question:

How can Hypnotherapy help me quit smoking?

Answer:

Hypnosis can create a powerful reaction in your subconscious mind.     Hypnotic suggestions modify your subconscious programming and make it easy for you to quit smoking.  Hypnosis decreases the power that nicotine has over you and you will feel comfortable as it helps eliminate your craving for nicotine. Hypnotherapy can help you quit smoking without gaining weight or feeling anxiety and you will begin to think of yourself as a  non-smoker.

 

Question:

Can Hypnotherapy help me eliminate weight without pills or dieting?

Answer:

Absolutely!  Hypnotherapy is a proven method to help you achieve your ideal weight without pills or dieting. With Hypnotherapy you are in control and can use your own mind to change old, negative habits and learn new, healthier habits.

 

If you’d like to learn more about how Hypnotherapy can help you, please contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111,

or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Jul 2011

Are you suffering because you are overlooking a therapy that could be immensely beneficial, has no negative side effects and can empower you with greater control and confidence?

Hypnotherapy is a therapeutic technique that has shown amazing results, both on its own and when used as a complement to traditional medicine.

Are you recovering from surgery, preparing for an MRI or dealing with pain?  Possibly you need to quit smoking and create a new healthy lifestyle, devoted to positive living and wellness.  Hypnotherapy can be your key to wellness, speedy recovery and optimum health.

Hypnotherapy is also beneficial for controlling weight, reducing stress, enhancing motivation, reversing undesirable habits, overcoming phobias and so much more.  Through the use of hypnosis, which is a deeply relaxed state, your Hypnotherapist helps you to access your subconscious mind and achieve the changes in your life that you desire.

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland, Board Certified, Clinical Hypnotherapist at  805-482-8111 or e-mail Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Jul 2011

Did you know that Hypnotherapy can be your key to optimum health and wellness?

Hypnotherapy has become widely used to control pain, reduce stress and assist in healing. The American Medical Association, American Psychiatric Association and the British Medical Association studies have shown that hypnosis can be a valuable tool when dealing with a wide range of medical issues.

The mind/body connection is not a new concept. It’s history dates back, at least, to ancient Greece where physicians recognized and explored the synergistic links between the mind and body. Part of the mind’s effect on health is direct and conscious.

The other part of the mind that acts directly on the body without any awareness on our part is called the subconscious.

Through the use of Hypnotherapy, the therapist helps empower the client to achieve the desired Health and Wellness goals. When patients enter an advanced state of relaxation under Hypnotherapy, they allow the therapist to work with them, through their subconscious mind, to create the changes they desire. The therapist guides the client, who can accept or reject anything that the therapist says. While hypnotized, you will not do anything that you would not ordinarily do.

For more information or to make an appointment, please contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or e-mail Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Jul 2011

Now located at 473 Post St. (at the corner of Willis) in Camarillo, CA in the Voiceboard building.

With over 20 years experience, Dr. Bunny Vreeland has helped thousands of clients.

I’m Dr. Bunny Vreeland. They call me ‘Dr. Bunny’. I am a board certified, Clinical Hypnotherapist. I help people lose weight, stop smoking, and get over phobias like Fear of Flying, Fear of Public Speaking, Fear of Dentists, and Test Anxiety to name a few. I help with some health issues. I help people improve their lives. And, I love knowing that I had a part in your passing the DMV test or improving your golf handicap. And, it is our secret!

Why do I do this?

Because I used to have some of the same issues that I help my clients with. I was a high-school drop out, and, through Hypnotherapy, found the Success Motivation tools to continue to until I had my Ph.D.

I did it and so can you!

On the day I received my Ph.D. my friend, Robert Furgeson, had invited me to be one of the speakers at his Diet Free Life seminar at the Ventura College. I told him that I had just received the certificate. He went right up to the microphone and introduced me as, “Dr. Bunny.” That was how I got the name and, now, everyone calls me, Dr. Bunny.

I used to suffer from Migraine Headaches and allergies. There were times when I would be in such pain from the headaches that I would pass out. And, I was allergic to everything – cats, roses (ROSES, I LOVE roses!) dust mites (do you have any idea how many dust mites there are in a pillow?), mold, mildew, grass. I went to a lot of doctors who couldn’t find the ‘cause’ and couldn’t ‘cure’ me. I tried everything – all kinds of pills, potions and, even, shots. I was a walking zombie most of the time.

One day I was standing in line at a Barnes and Noble, waiting to pay, when I noticed a ‘relaxation tape’ that promised to reduce stress. It was titled, ‘STRESSED’ by a man named Mark Russell. I had never heard of Mark Russell.  I bought the tape, started listening to it and, after a while, I noticed that I hadn’t had an allergic reaction or a headache although I didn’t know what happened or why. I met Mark Russell after I had been listening to the tape for a few months. He told me that this tape was a Hypnotherapy tape.

I got rid of all the allergies and headaches and so can you!

For more information or to make an appointment:

805-482-8111
http://www.Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
http://www.Vreelandcollege.org

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Jul 2011

Can you be hypnotized?
Take this short test:

1. Do you ever daydream and your mind wanders for moments or minutes? Yes No
2. Have you ever been startled or surprised by someone in a store, at work or anywhere there was activity around you? Yes No
3. In a car, whether the driver or passenger, have you ever arrived at your destination and didn’t recall the entire trip? Yes No
4. Which type of person do you consider yourself most like? Positive Negative
5. When reading or watching television, do you ever get involved in the story and lose track of time? Yes No
6. Do you remember your dreams? Yes No
7. Are you able to feel your emotions or are you considered cold and emotionless? Yes, Feel Emotions No, Emotionless
8. Close your eyes for a moment and imagine a cat or a dog. Can you “see” it? Yes No
9. Do you enjoy relaxing when you have the time? Yes No 10. Do you really want to make a personal change and reach your goal? Yes No
60-100%: Congratulations! You are one of the 95% of people that are able to be guided into a relaxed state and experience hypnosis. You have the ability to engage your creative mind and receive suggestions for positive change.
30-50%: Your answers reveal that you may have a more difficult time in letting go of your ‘thinking’ mind and relax. This doesn’t mean you can’t be hypnotized, it simply means you may need more time to adjust in allowing yourself to relax.
Zero-20%: Your answers demonstrate that you have a resistance in allowing yourself to relax and let go of your thinking and analytical mind. Though it doesn’t mean you would never be able to experience the relaxed state of hypnosis, you would have a more difficult time.

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