Does Hypnosis Work? The Local Newspaper Finds Out

I was just featured in a local newspaper, The Corvalls Advocate, in “Alternative Health in Corvallis: Six Professional Profiles.”

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Journalist Stevie Beisswanger not only interviewed me, but experienced my services at first hand: she received a full hypnosis session and desribes it in the article. So if you’re wondering what an unbiased source thinks, take a look!

Another of the featured alternative practitioners is Michaela Lonning, “the counselor next door” (literally: her office is right next to mine). Michaela is particularly gifted at working with highly intelligent or highly sensitive folks who have bounced off traditional therapy or couldn’t bring themselves to give it a try.

Four other practitioners are also featured. Sadly, I haven’t met any of them:

  • Chiropractor Jason Young
  • Naturopath and acupuncturist Deborah Nixdorf
  • Acupuncturist Leyna Jensen
  • Yoga instructor Lisa Wells

None of the folks featured in the article are “alternative” in the sense of “never see a physician ever again.” That would be nuts! My clients understand this already. They all see their doctors first for doctor-y things. (Sometimes their doctors send them to me for hypnosis-y things.)

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Robert Plamondon has written three books, received over 30 U.S. patents, founded several businesses, and is an expert on free-range chickens. Robert's publishing company, Norton Creek Press, is a treasure trove of reprinted classics, including Hypnotherapy of War Neuroses, which covers treating PTSD in veterans. Robert and his wife Karen sell free-range chicken and eggs at the Corvallis farmers' markets. Robert's hypnotherapy office is in downtown Corvallis.

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