Now Is the Best Time

Now Is the Best Time for Hypnosis and BWRT Work

Everybody is edgy, feeling the stress of Coronavirus uncertainty and the effects of lock down; they are riding an emotional roller coaster — except my clients. As the world’s stress has heightened due to COVID-19, my clients who suffer from anxiety are remaining calm throughout the ordeal. They are successfully using the tools I provide during hypnotherapy and Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT) sessions to make inner changes to cope with this crazy and uncertain time. Sessions include switching off negative and fearful thoughts to move into a state of relaxation and maintain positive, hopeful thoughts.

Why wait until you hit a new and lower low? Get help now.

World Anxiety Has Heightened

When living in fear of the unknown, it is easy to let negative thoughts and fears spiral out of control and to imagine the worst case, doom and gloom scenarios.

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We are all plagued with COVID-19 questions that have no answers, and only time will tell what is going to happen. We have questions like:

  • When will this isolation end and when will things get back to normal?
  • Who do I trust for answers? The CDC, WHO, and politicians are constantly changing protocols for staying safe. Many are telling us to do different things for safe distancing, cleanliness, and wearing masks.
  • How do I keep my kids calm when they miss their friends and teachers and are struggling with homeschooling? They don’t understand what is going on.
  • Will I ever get to see my grandma, parents, and other family members in person again?
  • How are people going to pay bills when they can’t reach a live person at unemployment?
  • What is going to happen when businesses, work, and schools open again? Will it be hard to adjust back?
  • Will I get the virus when everything reopens?
  • What if someone tries to shake my hand or hug me when this is over, and I freak out?
  • Will I ever be able to enjoy going out in public again (church, concert, restaurant, sporting event)?

All these questions make our minds race and cause anxiety that feeds on fear of the unknown. With my teletherapy sessions, I will help you stop out of control negative thoughts and get you into harmony and balance, so that you can think positively about life and the future! Sometimes you just need to talk to a person who can give you positive direction to make you feel in control, less alone, and ready to tackle whatever the future brings.

My Clients Have the Tools to Cope with Crisis

It has been exciting to watch and listen each week during teletherapy sessions to comments such as:

  • “I had a great week!”
  • “I went from literally 3 hours of restless sleep every night to consistently sleeping 7 hours straight.”
  • “I went from no motivation to get off the couch to working out daily and making healthier food choices!”
  • “I have relaxed my fear about Coronavirus. A couple weeks ago I was sabotaging myself, constantly saying, ‘I know I’m going to get this virus and die from it,’ to now using the tools for self-care, physically and emotionally. I am healthy and well, and I will remain so.”
  • “The energy in our house has gone from screaming, yelling, and chaos to becoming much calmer and more relaxed. We are enjoying each other and finding ways to have fun!”

I can help you, too.

Teletherapy Sessions and Discounted Rates

Call for your free, no obligation strategy session now before things spiral out of control. Take advantage of specials and discounts currently being offered. Consultations are free.

Due to social distancing requirements, I now offer teletherapy via Facetime or Zoom. I use hypnotherapy and BWRT sessions to calm and relax you and to replace your fears with confidence. To find out more, fill out the form on the Contact Page or call me at (585) 708-9923 to set up a teletherapy session.

For self-help tips and ideas to overcome anxiety and fear during COVID-19, read my blog “Stay Calm and Carry on During COVID-19.

Never Fear, Teletherapy Is Here

Never Fear, Teletherapy Is Here

Teletherapy has been around for years, but recently it has become an ideal solution for the treatment of anxiety sufferers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Teletherapy or e-therapy (therapy via phone or online) can be a more effective way to treat clients than using face-to-face hypnotherapy and Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT) in an office setting. Being in your home while speaking with a therapist removes social anxiety barriers, lets you practice safe distancing, and addresses issues of housebound or agoraphobic clients.

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Be Relaxed in Your Own Space

Teletherapy allows for space between the client and therapist and can possibly produce better outcomes than traditional in-person therapy services because:

  • It’s easier for you to get comfortable, calm, and relaxed in your own environment.
  • It’s easier to make changes to your hardwired, unwanted responses when you’re in the environment where the changes need to happen, making the therapist’s suggestions more impactful.
  • You don’t have to go anywhere. Just download the Zoom app or use Facetime on an electronic device to get started: no cost for gas, no travel time, and no waiting in a lobby or office to see the therapist.

Take a Break, Reset, and Recharge

If you are like me, you may feel like you are being bombarded by news and social media information and daily stresses. You NEED a break to reset and recharge. It’s hard right now to maintain a positive attitude with so many constant stressors being thrown at us. If you feel “stuck” at home due to the pandemic, it’s a great time to recharge and refocus your negative thoughts into something positive, which can be done through teletherapy. I’ll provide good self-help information to work through your anxiety and help relieve its symptoms by addressing the underlying factors, refocusing them to overcome your fears. To find out more, fill out the form on the Contact Page or call me at (585) 708-9923 to set up a teletherapy session.

Stay Calm During COVID-19

Stay Calm and Carry on During COVID-19

Anxiety and fear have been heightened during COVID-19. If you are prone to feeling overwhelmed and out of control due to stress, there are ways to think positive, gain control of your emotions, and refocus your fear to do something constructive during this pandemic.

Here are ways to stay calm and take control of your emotions:

Refocus Your Worries – Now is a great time to learn something new or take up a new hobby. You now have time to do relaxing things:

  • Learn that instrument you always wanted to learn
  • Cook and experiment with new recipes
  • Master a videogame or finish a puzzle
  • Learn a foreign language
  • Walk, ride bikes, and exercise more
  • Take up art or photography
  • Organize crafting projects with your kids
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Stay Home and Social Distance – The best way to suffocate the pandemic and stop it from spreading is by staying home as much as possible, staying away from others, and social distancing yourself. If you aren’t exposed to it, you won’t get it.

Get Outside and Connect with Nature – Being inside all the time can wear on you after a few days. Being removed from greenery, wildlife, and not feeling the sun on your face is depressing. Take a walk in the woods or in a park. Getting a dose of UV light may help to boost your immunity and it will lift your spirit.

Think of Creative Ways to Stay Connected – You may be upset because you aren’t allowed to see or hug your parents in person because you don’t want to expose them to the virus. You can still mail care packages to them. You can also visit them, just don’t go inside their house. Hold up signs in their window so they can look out and see you or call them while standing outside of their window to talk “face to face,” only with a piece of glass between you. Video chat with loved ones using Facetime, Zoom, or Skype. The options to stay connected are only limited by your imagination.

Surround Yourself with Positive News – Turn off the news and put down your phone, unless it’s used to call or text a loved one. Stay away from clickbait news sources meant to cause hysteria or spread bad news. If you want to keep abreast with news, read inspiring articles about COVID-19 survivors and people helping people.

Keep Updated and Informed – Go right to the source of COVID-19 information by visiting the CDC’s website. It has statistics and other information to help you steer clear of the virus and to make informed decisions.

If you feel overwhelmed and like it is too much, gain control of your fears using online hypnosis or Brain Working Recursive Therapy sessions. Find out more on the homepage.

Get Germaphobia Under Control

Don’t Let Coronavirus Send Your Germaphobia into Hysteria

There is no shortage of news and social media coverage on coronavirus (COVID-19) and its spread throughout the globe. It’s hard to decipher the truth when all you see is exaggerated news, funny memes, and videos of shoppers fighting over hand sanitizer and toilet paper. Let’s face it, news sources want good ratings and drama; and scare tactics work to get people watching news stations and reading stories. The problem is that those who have germaphobia, asthma, or who have compromised immunity may feel like the end of the world is coming, which could send them into irrational panic mode, as if the apocalypse is coming.

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Keep Calm and Get Control with Positive Thinking

If you have germaphobia (aka mysophobia), which is an extreme or irrational fear of dirt or contamination, coronavirus may feel like your worst fear come true. You may already wash your hands several times a day, but now you are reluctant to touch doorknobs, shake hands, or go in public places where people could sneeze or cough. You also may feel that having an overabundance of disinfectant wipes is essential for survival.

When it’s controlled, germ fear can be a positive thing that helps you to keep your environment clean and you to be healthier. The problem is that germaphobia can also be linked to anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), where the phobia becomes so extreme that the sufferer will spend hours a day cleaning and re-cleaning their home or washing their hands until they are raw.

When you feel out of control with coronavirus germaphobia, the first thing to help you calm yourself is to acknowledge the fear and panic and ask yourself if it’s interfering with your normal daily functions. If it is, redirect your focus on the positivity in the present, and don’t let unrealistic media-fed visions of the future send your brain into overdrive. Remember that SARS and the Swine Flu had everyone nervous — but we all survived! When you let your brain think about future scenarios that haven’t (and won’t) happen, that’s when anxiety spirals out of control.

Remember: You are not alone and it’s natural to worry and be concerned about your well-being and safety, as well as your loved ones. Others are fearful, as well, because the media mostly focuses on the negative, misleading coverage that shows angry hoarders at supermarkets and snarky memes, giving us a feeling of hopelessness.

The best thing you can do is to keep your normal daily routine and limit the news and social media you expose yourself to. Look outside and realize it is just another, ordinary day. Here is some calming advice to not let germaphobia ruin your life and keep yourself positive and clear-headed:

    • Exercise: Go for a run, practice yoga, or take a brisk walk to keep your body physically strong.
    • Eat a proper diet: Keep your immunity up with a well-balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, and proteins.
    • Get a good night’s sleep: Self-care and good sleeping habits are good for mental well-being and keeping away negative thoughts.

Remember that coronavirus is just like any other flu-like virus, and you can stay germ-free and help prevent its spread by following these U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommended techniques:

    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
    • Stay home when you are sick.
    • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
    • Follow the CDC’s recommendations for using a facemask.
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after using the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
    • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.

When It Gets to Be Too Much, Seek Help

If germaphobia during the coronavirus pandemic seems unmanageable and has taken you over with negative thoughts and obsessions, there is help. Hypnosis can relieve your symptoms and restore your mental and social well-being by creating positive, realistic thoughts. You’ll be relaxed and we’ll get to the root of your fears, and then refocus those worries into positive outcomes and healthy levels of cleanliness.

Contact Kim Guche for more information on how her hypnotherapy techniques can help you overcome germaphobia.

Weight Loss Made Easy!

Weight Loss Made Easy!

Dates :  March 11-May 20

Location:  500 Helendale Road  #275   Rochester  14609

Cost:  $350 prepaid

Group 1:  Wednesdays 3/11, 3/25, 4/8,  4/22, 5/6, 5/20      1:30 pm-3:00 pm

Group 2:  Wednesdays 3/11, 3/25, 4/8, 4/22, 5/6, 5/20       6:30 pm-8:00 pm

Call:  585 708-9923  or email to register.  Groups are limited to 6 people.  Please indicate which group you prefer when signing up.

Group meets every OTHER week.  During the off weeks, participants will receive an additional, hypnotic reinforcement audio for aiding weight loss and release of unwanted emotional blocks.

This 12-week group offers much more than just the opportunity to lose weight.  This group session will focus on several aspects of attaining your idea image and will give you the opportunity to discover what has been holding you back from achieving success.  You will find the answers to questions such as, “Why can’t I ___?” or “Why do I ___?” when it comes to your own personal history with weight management, food and eating behaviors.

If you:  have tried diets or weight loss programs in the past only to have limited or temporary success;  feel like successful weight management is a losing battle;  are frustrated because you always seem to sabotage your own efforts; want to have better and healthier eating habits;  want to change your relationship with food;  or want to feel better with (or without)  clothes on,

Then come join our group and make some fabulous changes NOW!

During the 12 weeks, each person will:

  1.  Discover and work with their own specific negative emotions and self limiting beliefs that are getting in the way of losing weight and or maintaining an ideal weight (with intention to release these).
  2. Identify and work with at least one habit that is counter-productive or sabotaging efforts to make body image changes
  3. Learn how to change the way you dialogue with self in order to start supporting rather than sabotaging individual efforts.
  4.  Learn new, healthy habits at both inner and outer levels of consciousness
  5. Get a new plan for successfully changing thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors around body image and food.
  6. Have access to a weekly hypnotic suggestion audio targeted to change behaviors for letting go of excess weight.

During this course, we will be working on identifying, releasing and changing your underlying blocks to success.  This group allows for personal discovery that may unlock and free you from unwanted, unhelpful patterns that until now have eluded you!  Once you know what is blocking you, then YOU are TOTALLY IN CONTROL and hold the power for change!  *** Your personal blocks will be discovered in private and will not be shared with the group unless you choose to share.


New Location!

Entrancing Inspirations Hypnotherapy is moving to a new location!

As of April 1, 2020 we will be located at 920 South Winton Road in  Brighton, Twelve Corners.

Change Your Hardwired Responses

Changing Your Hardwired Responses Is Easier than You Think

Have you wondered why you behave, respond, or react to certain situations in a certain way?

Phobias are irrational fear that can cause anxiety and unwanted responses to situations that can be hardwired into us. For example, you may be claustrophobic, afraid of heights, or have a fear of insects or needles, which can provoke a fight-or-flight response to the situation. You realize it is an irrational response, but no matter how hard you try it feels impossible to change your panic response.

The good news is that you CAN change your response.

What Is a Hardwired Response?

A hardwired response is put into effect by or made capable by genetic inheritance, like humans are hardwired for speech. Anxiety and phobia responses can be inherited through parental behaviors or PTSD. A great example of a hardwired response is someone who suffers from misophonia, meaning “hatred of sound.” When the sufferer of misophonia hears the trigger noise, like loud chewing or slurping noises, a negative response occurs, such as anger or panic. The irrational response can be a learned behavior from a relative or friend or it could be a genetic trait. Either way, it becomes part of the body’s natural defense system.

Phobias with hardwired responses, like “butterflies in the stomach” or “being paralyzed with fear” are more common than you think. Most people can manage their fear from day to day, and they only look for help when it prevents them from doing something they want to do or when they know they must face a difficult situation but feel overtaken by fear.

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Two Treatments Can Change Your Response

There are two types of therapy that can help redirect your hardwired responses: hypnotherapy and brain working recursive therapy (BWRT).

Hypnotherapy uses naturally occurring relaxed states of the subconscious to help clients redirect their hardwired responses in a compassionate way. Hypnosis can be used to change hardwired thoughts, expectations, and responses. We have all experienced a memory that we thought to be accurate, but realized it became distorted over time and no longer represents the past event accurately. This happens with future events, as well. the techniques used at Entrancing Inspirations will help you pinpoint what is triggering your responses and reprogram new, desirable thoughts, feelings and behaviors instead of the old hardwired responses that are causing problems.

BWRT is a very powerful and effective way to rapidly change hard wired responses.  The therapy uses a specific protocol that occurs in a conscious state of awareness to set in place the new, desired response to a trigger stimulus.

If you’d like to redirect a hardwired response, contact Kim Guche.

Get Out and Live Your Life

Get Out and Live Your Life: Use Hypnotherapy to Treat Agoraphobia

With technological interactions dominating most of our lives, agoraphobia is on the rise, especially in younger generations. People rely on texting and email, rather than making an audio call or meeting in person. People can do online banking, work remotely, order take-out via GrubHub, get groceries delivered using Instacart, and have just about anything dropped off at their door using Amazon — all in the comforts of their home. Entertainment streams through the TV, social media, and our video game systems. People no longer feel like meeting friends out because it’s easier just to grab their smartphone and a glass of wine and “socialize” in Facebook land or on Instagram, instead.

Technology has made it easier for us to live our lives behind closed doors. Although these modern conveniences give you instant gratification, they can impact your social skills and even foster social anxiety and agoraphobia.

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Don’t Let Agoraphobia Get a Grip on You

Agoraphobia literally means “fear of the marketplace.” It’s an anxiety disorder in which you are afraid to the point that you avoid places or situations that may cause you panic due to feeling trapped, helpless, or embarrassed. Places that can present panic in someone with agoraphobia may include open spaces such as shopping centers, parties, restaurants, travelling, driving, public transit, or just being outside of home.

It can have a snowball effect: One bad experience can create a deep fear of the unfamiliar or uncomfortable situation until it escalates. It can get to the point where the sufferer avoids going to the location or situation, which feeds into the fear and grows it. The sufferer may eventually become crippled with fear and a shut-in.

Some symptoms of agoraphobia include sweating, difficulty concentrating, tiredness, muscular aches, heart palpitations, dizziness/lightheadedness, shaking, insomnia, depression, diarrhea/vomiting, and full-blown panic attacks. When a panic attack occurs, they feel powerless to control it.

Hypnotherapy Can Help Alleviate Fears

If you suffer from agoraphobia, you can take back your life through hypnotherapy. Although agoraphobia can be treated with counseling or medication, hypnotherapy can get to the root cause of the fear in a relaxed, safe environment. You’ll be able to work through your anxiety to build your confidence back.

During hypnotherapy, ways are suggested to remain relaxed when you’re in feared environments. You’ll work through your biggest worries, so you feel calm and relaxed. Once you are free of anxiety, the thought process that is responsible for the agoraphobia will be retrained to remain calm.

Learn how you can overcome agoraphobia by using hypnotherapy.


Entrancing Inspirations is now offering Enhanced Energy Communication!

This incredible therapy is fast and easy to do, yet incredibly powerful and effective!

Through Enhanced Energy Communication, we are able to:

  1. Identify and release negative, unsettled emotions
  2. Change self-limiting beliefs
  3. Reclaim lost parts of ourselves that have been shut down or blocked off by emotional wounds.

How can this help you? Using this process, it is easy and fast to specifically find exactly what emotions and limiting beliefs are getting in your way and holding you back. All of us have emotional wounds and hurts that cause blocks in energy or in the physical body that may be holding us back from: forward progress; achieving our heart's desires; enjoying life; manifesting success; finding a loving partner or a true friend; living pain free and healthy, etc. If you have chronic anxiety or depression, fear, anger, guilt, sadness, resentment, pain, fatigue or illness, negative habits......if you often ask yourself, "Why do I feel stuck?" or "When is this (situation) going to turn around and get better?" or "Why do I keep attracting the same type of partner or people into my life?"......If you recognize that you are often thinking or repeating negative thoughts, beliefs or patterns.....then EEC is for YOU!!

In just a few sessions, you will be amazed at how much lighter, happier, and positive you're feeling! You will also be pleasantly shocked at how things that once felt "stuck," shift and turn around with rapid speed. Manifest your heart's your best self living your BEST LIFE!

CALL NOW for your FREE, NO OBLIGATION consultation! (585) 708-9923

Receive a complimentary bottle of CBD oil with purchase of session packs!! Call to schedule your consultation with Entrancing Inspirations Hypnotherapy - new location as of April 1, 2019 - moving upstairs at 500 Helendale Road, Suite 275, Rochester NY 14609.


Entrancing Inspirations Hypnotherapy in Rochester NY is hosting a
spectacular speaker and presenter, Dr. Rev. Ayse Hogan!
She will be teaching
Enhanced Energy Communication, and this work is invaluable! Whether you are seeking self-healing, or whether you are working with clients
to facilitate self-healing, this workshop is a MUST!

This method of clearing negative unsettled emotions and self-limiting beliefs creates rapid forward momentum. It is easy to learn, easy to implement,
and it will totally change your life and your clients’ lives!!

Contact me for more information at 585 708-9923 or sign up for this course at and click on the event on the side bar.

Event details
Where: 500 Helendale Road – Suite 160
When: March 9-10 and March 16-17 (4 day course)
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Cost: $800