We work with individuals and organizations to help you make needed changes.
When you decide to make a positive change in your life or organization, a change of mind is necessary. This normally involves more than making a decision for change - it also requires setting goals and putting resources in place to support and implement new patterns.
The Headspring Center is here to support you in your quest for change. We employ highly effective strategies to help you shape your goals and realize them. Please take a few minutes to explore our web site. And don't hesitate to drop us a line if we can answer any questions you might have.
Tools for Change
Hypnotherapy - Through the hypnotherapy services of the Headspring Center, more and more people are alleviating stress, shedding extra pounds, quitting smoking, eliminating fears, and getting rid of bad habits. We help people identify old, ineffective habits and replace them with healthier patterns. Our tools enhance self-image and promote self confidence. Hypnotherapy allows your subconscious mind to receive suggestions directly. By slowing down your brain frequency to a stage where your subconscious mind is receptive to these suggestions, you have the power to change your life for the better in many ways. Read more about this safe and powerful technique in our Hypnotherapy section.
Life Coaching - When our lives become complicated or disjointed, we can feel pressured and unseen. Sometimes we need support and guidance to work through problems, achieve more, or overcome obstacles. Life coaching can help meet these needs. A life coach helps you recognize and define goals and make the changes necessary to become more effective in your personal or professional life. Life coaching helps you increase your sense of independence, personal control, and fulfillment. Read more about the applications of this highly effective technique in our Life Coaching section.
Organizational Coaching - People thrive in an organization that recognizes and honors their strengths. They are more focused and creative in their work and more positive in their interactions with others. An organizational coach who asks the right questions can uncover dysfunctional dynamics and self-limiting assumptions that seem normal to members of the organization. Organizational coaching may involve working with a board of directors, a council or commission, or the leadership team of an organization. Read more about how this can benefit your organization in our Organizational Coaching section.