Stop Thumb Sucking and Nail Biting

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This Hypnosis for Kids ages 3-12 program uses engaging stories to teach your child to comfort himself without needing to rely on thumb sucking or nail biting. Our program was designed by professionals in the fields of Pediatrics and Social Behaviors to assist your child in overcoming his or her thumb sucking habit in an uplifting way.

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If your child is struggling with thumb sucking or another form of hand to mouth fixation, it can be stressful for both you and them. Thumb sucking for the older child brings on confusion and embarrassment that can make the parent feel helpless. Reacting with anger or punishment will only enforce the thumb sucking behavior, but you can help your child overcome this potentially damaging habit with this Hypnosis Help for Kids program.

Our program was designed by professionals in the fields of Pediatrics and Social Behaviors to assist your child in overcoming his or her thumb sucking habit in an uplifting way. Your child will learn to feel empowered and capable while letting go of the need for thumb sucking in order to be comforted.

There are two children’s bedtime story recordings, one for the younger child and one for the older, told by story and fantasy images that engage your child’s already active imagination. The parent’s information recording will explain the science behind our approach and help you understand your important role in helping your child overcome his or her thumb sucking behavior. This hypnosis program as a whole will put you and your child on firm footing to move forward with confidence.

Rachael Meddows is a Certified Hypnotherapist who specializes in hypnosis for children. Throughout her professional career she has studied the psychology of childhood problems such as irrational fears and phobias, bed wetting and low self-esteem. Combining therapeutic suggestion, relaxation and fun stories, Rachael has helped children to overcome their problems easily while giving them control and confidence.

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