Jeffrey Aviles the Man behind Hypnosis in Baltimore
I graduated from Rutgers University with my Masters in Social Work. Shortly after, I became a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and a Certified Hypnotist. I have an extensive amount of experience helping people quit smoking, lose weight, reduce anxiety, and reduce pain. I have also received an enormous amount of specialized training on these topics.
I utilize a combination of NLP, solution-focused therapy, and hypnosis in Baltimore to help people achieve success in overcoming their struggles and reaching their goals.
My main goal in life is to have a positively massive impact on the world. Over the years, I decided that this massive impact would be to aid people in unlocking the greatness within themselves.
As I started to narrow it down in my thoughts, I noticed a few behaviors that kept people from recognizing their inner potential. In all, these conditional issues were: smoking, the drive to lose weight, anxiety, and dealing with pain. Smoking is one of the leading causes of death so eradicating this problem in people’s lives is very important to me. In my experience, I have seen that even if someone was successful in making positive change, smoking was a habit they had a very difficult time overcoming on their own.
Another problem that stood out to me was the constant struggle people experience to lose weight. The way they looked and felt in their body was limiting their view of themselves and causing a cycle of being stuck in the same position. This is a mind-body quicksand analogy. This issue of not being able to become healthy and lose weight held them back from achieving their goals.
The next issue is anxiety, which is a condition that my family members suffered from. Profoundly, it is one of the most debilitating conditions because of the way it fools the mind into thinking that you are incapable of accomplishing things. It’s like a hydrated drink of unwanted cravings that continues to lower your confidence until you are overloaded with negative thoughts that lead to a panic attack.
The last issue is dealing with pain; which I feel is one of the most exhilarating things to help people reduce. Words cannot express how thrilled I was to see the positive effects of hypnosis when I was able to teach my child’s babysitter self-hypnosis. She was in pain for several years, walking as if every step was a nightmarish event of walking on fire. This was caused by her arthritis pain. The next day she cried tears of joy, which made me elated to see how peaceful she began to feel
These are all the conditions I’ve decided to dedicate my life to