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From: W.S. Rogers
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 8:03 AM
Whom It May Concern:
have been a binge alcoholic for over a decade
and was a problem drinker for twenty years
prior to then. Last year, after over a decade
of failed rehabs and 12-step programs, I decided
to give hypnotherapy a try. My decision was
prompted by an advertisement on the radio
touting hypnotherapy as a cure for alcoholism.
that time, my opinion of hypnosis was that
it could be used to help recover suppressed
memories and as a form of entertainment. Conceptually,
it seemed to me that, if hypnosis could indeed
reach one's subconscious, then perhaps I could
be "reprogrammed" to think of alcohol not
as a positive escape but as a negative influence
to be avoided.
web-search led me to contact Laura Pagano.
Within about six weeks of intensive hypnotherapy,
I had stopped drinking altogether. Now, when
I think of alcohol, my mind is flooded with
thoughts of hangovers, family problems and
unfinished work. These powerful messages allow
me to think of the long term consequences
of alcoholic consumption. As a result, I have
not had a drink in over one year. This success
is entirely attributable to Laura Pagano's
treatment, as I have not visited any 12-step
or other support groups during the year.
Pagano also helped me with respect to several
personal issues. As a result, I am now much
more comfortable in dealing with others both
on a personal basis and in business matters.
Having visited numerous counselors over the
past 16 years, I found Laura to be the most
intuitive and highly skilled therapist that
I have met.
encourage anyone suffering from addiction
to consider hypnotherapy in general, and Laura
Pagano in particular, as a caregiver who can
help them to recover and get their lives back
will be forever grateful for the freedom that
I now enjoy thanks to Laura Pagano's efforts
and skills. Should you wish to discuss the
matter further, I will be pleased to speak
with anyone considering her services.
S. Rogers, Esq.