Frequently Asked Questions

Will I do something silly while in hypnosis?

You are in control while you are in trance, despite what you may see on T.V. or in stage hypnosis shows.

What does hypnosis feel like?

Do you recall what it feels like to daydream? Have you ever driven yourself home and realized you weren’t paying attention? Have you experienced being in ‘the zone’? These are all examples of being in a trance, which means…. you have been in hypnosis before!

Will I remember my session?

Yes. You will be aware of the session taking place. Rarely, there are times when a person chooses not to remember, but that is their choice.

What if I can't be hypnotized, will this still work?

Everyone can be hypnotized if they want to be. That is key. You must want to be hypnotized in order to be put into a deep trance. The only people that cannot be hypnotized are the people who do not want to be. The same goes for being helped. Kirsten cannot help you reach your goal unless it is something you actually want.

How do I know Hypnotherapy is for me?

Do you want results? Are you ready to gain control of your life again? Are you ready to feel powerful? If you answered “yes” to some of those questions, then do it!

How many sessions will I require?

Everyone is different, and it completely depends what issue you would like to work on. To achieve the desired results be prepared to participate in anywhere from four to twelve sessions, give or take. Kirsten has complete confidence in her methods and abilities.

How soon will I notice results?

You will notice some positive results after the first session.

How frequent should my sessions be?

For most issues, Kirsten recommends booking your sessions one week apart.

How frequent should my sessions be?

For most issues, Kirsten recommends booking your sessions one week apart.

Will I be able to drive myself home after a session?

Yes. Most people feel incredibly relaxed after a session, while some people have more energy.

Can I do hypnotherapy on myself?

No. You cannot fix your way of being with the same way of thinking that created it. The point of hypnotherapy is to have the conscious mind out of the way, which means you can’t do hypnotherapy on yourself. Kirsten will, however, teach you self-hypnosis and that is a powerful tool you can use on yourself.

How do I prepare for a session / What do I bring?

There will be standard health forms for you to fill out and bring to your first session. It is important to arrive on time for your sessions. If you are more than fifteen minutes late, you may be sent home with a cancellation fee. Respect Kirsten’s time, as she will be respecting yours. Bring an open mind and any questions you may have. Note: there is a 24 hour cancellation fee.

How to select a Hypnotherapist that is right for you:

It is very important to work with a hypnotherapist that you feel comfortable with. If you are not comfortable with the hypnotherapist you are seeing, you may not achieve the results you wish to achieve.

Before seeing one, check for these things: Does the hypnotherapist:
      – correspond with you personally and answer all of your questions, either by email, phone or skype?


      -have a good reputation with their work? (how did you hear of them?)


      -have honest results noted by other health professionals, such as doctors?


      -understand you and your situation?


    -inspire you and make you feel good?

Trust your gut instinct!

Just a Friendly Note: Every hypnotherapist is completely different.

The training, education, skills, techniques, and price for each hypnotherapist varies dramatically because this is an unregulated industry.

Use the same discretion when choosing a hypnotherapist as you would any therapist. As obvious as it may sound- hypnotherapy is therapy and you should feel comfortable with the practitioner before moving forward.

It is wise to do a consultation with the hypnotherapist before spending your money.

If Kirsten is not right for you, she can refer you to somebody else.


Hypnotherapy is not intended to replace the advice and care of your medical doctor or naturopathic doctor. Always consult your doctor about any medical concerns you may have. Kirsten is not a medical doctor and does not diagnose any condition. Kirsten does not proclaim any guarantees or cures. All claims made on this website come from the results Kirsten has experienced personally with her clients. Kirsten requires a doctor’s referral for clients who seek hypnotherapy for pain or serious medical conditions.”