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Leigh Mcdiarmid CHT

Welcome to Personal Growth Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis is an entirely natural state of deep and focused relaxation. In hypnosis, you have the power to harness this focused attention and use it in the service of your goals.

Those goals can include things like health habits: quitting smoking, eating healthy, losing weight, reducing anxiety, etc.

Hypnosis is also effective for dealing with chronic pain and other medical issues. It’s been shown to speed healing and strengthen our immune system and other systems in the  body, making it effective in supporting a good outcome  from surgery or other medical procedures.

My name is Leigh Mcdiarmid, and I specialize in hypnosis for weight loss and for medical issues, but I am also available to work with you on any issue that affects your well-being. As a hypnotist, my role is to facilitate your discovery of the power of your mind to change your experience for the better.

When you consider the benefits of hypnosis, don’t forget that hypnosis is inherently safe—there’s no such thing as an unintended side effect. In fact, the only side effect of hypnosis is relaxation.

Please call to schedule a free consultation: 360-920-8982 or contact me here. I welcome the opportunity to discuss hypnosis and how I use hypnosis techniques to support your good health and wellbeing.


Recent Articles

Can anyone be hypnotized?

I hear people say they can’t be hypnotized, but in my ten years of practice, I have yet to meet anyone who really can’t. Sure, some people take to it more easily than others, but isn’t that true of any skill we learn how to do? We get better at things …

A prescription for yoga

I’m constantly looking for new ways to help people who want to make the transition from a sedentary to a more active life. I’ve finally realized that the simplest thing I can do in my classes, for example, is add a couple of stretches for every hour of …

A link between sugar and dementia?

A few years ago, if we’d looked at a graph comparing the rise of both diabetes and Alzheimer’s Disease, we’d have been looking at the same curve. In fact, a theory began to emerge that Alzheimer’s was another form, or stage, of diabetes. Here’s a page …