Carole Fawcett is a **Clinical Hypnotherapist and Professional Counsellor who believes that we all have the ability to self-heal the hurts of our life journey.
(**Carole attended the Pacific Institute of Advanced Hypnotherapy in New Westminster, BC to obtain her Clinical Hypnotherapy Diploma. This school is approved by the University of Alberta, Family Medicine Program as an elective for Doctors in their second year of Residency).
Hypnotherapy is a powerful tool that can get to the heart of the matter quickly. It is a method that bypasses the conscious mind and accesses the subconscious mind. Frequently, people who have hypnotherapy do not have to attend as many sessions. But this is of course, dependant on the issue and the individual. Learn more about Hypnotherapy, click here.
Some of the issues Carole can assist you with are:
- Loss and grief
- Self Esteem/Self Confidence
- Abuse (emotional, physical, sexual)
- Depression and Anxiety
- Relationships, traditional and same sex
- Smoking Cessation
- Weight Loss
- ……………..and more
As well as being a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Carole offers Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Feminist Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Thought Field Therapy and more in her work. She is very client centered and believes in providing the tools allowing clients to continue their life journey in a more satisfying manner.
Carole is registered with Crime Victims Assistance of B.C.
Carole comes from a place of empowerment and gently assists her clients to find themselves through the power of their minds.
Carole belongs to the following organizations:
What Is a Clinical Hypnotherapist?
||Canadian Professional Counsellors
||Canadian College of Professional
Counsellors & Psychotherapists
||Professional Writers Association
||Associate Member of The College of Family Physicians of Canada
A clinical hypnotherapist is someone who has been trained in using the art of hypnosis together with therapeutic intervention to bring about improvement or healing in a variety of clinical conditions and negative behaviours. This is much more complex than simple deep relaxation and requires sophisticated training in a variety of therapeutic protocols. A well trained hypnotherapist will be able to apply knowledge and training to establish and manage the subconscious “root cause” of negative behaviours such as fears, phobias, anxieties and addictions. A well trained hypnotherapist will be trained to identify and contend with resistance to change. The therapist will be equally able to intervene and benefit a patient in matters of acute and chronic pain as well as assisting in a variety of medical and surgical procedures, including maternity care and childbirth. The hypnotherapist will be able to affect the over-all well being of a patient including interventions that improve post-operative wound healing and even be able to impact the healing and pain of complicated individuals such as burn patients. A clinical hypnotherapist therefore needs to have training that is high-level and erudite. The training should include the opportunity for an adequate amount of hands-on supervised experience and should be followed up with refined and mature mentorship. Thus a clinical hypnotherapist, trained in clinical intervention, is very much more than a simple hypnotist.
Dr. Fred H Janke
B.Sc, M.Sc, M.D., F.C.F.P., F.R.R.M.S
Associate Professor and Director Rural Programs
Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta
205 - College Plaza
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2C8