CERTIFIED HYPNOTIST  ♦  PERSONAL ADVISOR 

Hypnosis can help you...

Create the Life You Want

 

Hypnosis is perhaps the most effective self-improvement method known, producing results far beyond what most people are able to achieve by willpower alone.

 

Our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors are all rooted in our subconscious programming. Under hypnosis, the subconscious mind is in a state of heightened suggestibility and accessible to reprogramming new patterns. The result is that change can take place quickly and automatically. The bonus is deep relaxation and a prolonged state of inner tranquility.

 

For many people, the word “hypnosis” brings to mind an unconscious state in which the hypnotist has complete control of the subject. In reality, hypnosis is nothing like that. Today, hypnotic phenomena are well-studied, and hypnosis is widely and successfully used.

 

I’ve been fascinated by hypnosis and phenomena of the human mind for as long as I can remember. I devoted myself to the practice of clinical hypnotism because I love helping people use this powerful tool to achieve things that previously seemed impossible.

 

I am results-focused, and have helped my clients in many areas, especially with:

  • Habits and compulsions
  • Smoking
  • Weight loss
  • Worry and preoccupation
  • Fears and anxieties
  • Energy and motivation
  • Self-esteem and confidence
  • Focus and concentration
  • Sleeplessness
  • Interviews, presentations, and sales
  • Learning and study skills
  • Athletic enhancement
  • Performances and auditions
  • Public speaking
  • Loss and disappointment

I have studied hypnosis and altered states for over twenty years. I have a thorough understanding of the language of the unconscious mind and the best methods for creating lasting changes in behaviors, thoughts, and emotions. In my work I apply a wide range of practical experience with hypnosis, direct and subliminal suggestion, guided imagery, Ericksonian techniques, conversational hypnosis, and neuro-linguistic programming. Most importantly, I give close personal attention to understand each client individually and provide the best approach for you.

 

If you think I can help, please contact me here or call (646) 410-4764 to schedule a consultation.

 

 

 

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(646) 410-4764
info@johnmongiovi.com

Manhattan, NY

Forest Hills, Queens

Englewood, NJ

 

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John Mongiovi

is a Certified Hypnotist, personal advisor, and teacher.  He is one of 21 practitioners in the United States who has been licensed as a Hypnotist by examination of a state medical licensing committee, and is a Certified Member of the National Guild of Hypnotists.  He has been in the full time practice of clinical hypnosis for over ten years, and has been an advisor to thousands worldwide.

 

John is devoted to advancing artists and their work. He specializes in helping performers overcome performance anxiety and stage fright, and achieve the ideal mental and emotional states for excellence. His focus on the mental training of performers draws on his background in biology (Rollins College – B.A.) and music (University of South Florida – M.M.), and his experience working to enhance athletic performance. John has been a regular clinician for the Sherrill Milnes VOICE Studio, Florida VOICE program, and Opera as Drama, and he has led hundreds of classes and workshops for music students throughout the United States.

 

As a volunteer John Mongiovi is the National President of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, the world’s oldest and largest fraternal society in music, and as the chief officer of the society of the Divine Name, which promotes ancient chant in all its forms.  He is also a board member and professional advisor of C.O.R.P.S. a service organization focused on supporting PTSD-affected Service Personnel.


 

"In effect, hypnosis is the epitome of mind-body medicine. It can enable the mind to tell the body how to react, and modify the messages that the body sends to the mind."
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