Hey, I get it.You need hypnosis that works...that really does end a bad habit, phobia or addiction and/or causes major self-improvements.

Hi. I'm Dr. Robert Dean. No fluff and hype here. Simply scroll down to quickly get what you want and need. You'll learn about hypnosis. You can get an affordable private hypnosis session in my office or on your cell phone for $150.00 or for less than twenty-bucks, a hypnosis session download or CD of that hypnosis session that works just as well as a private in office hypnosis session. Keep scrolling down. The more you look, the more you'll like.

Let's start with References and Endorsements and, yeah, you might say my hypnosis sessions are very popular. That's because they work. Check it out.

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Here Are Some Great Testimonials

Dear Dr. Bob, Recently I celebrated my four-year non-smoking anniversary. Your methods really helped me when I believed there was no way I could adopt a smoke-free lifestyle. I give thanks every day for this freedom. Thanks Dr. Bob.
Fred Treadwell
Doctor Dean, Thank you so much! Dr. Dean is the only one that works for me. His voice is perfect for me!​
Line Marie Goulet
Hypnotherapy changed my life - actually gave me more control and peace of mind. Best decision I ever made - thank you!​
Rose Stein

Okay, here is where you quickly learn something
About Hypnosis and How It Works. It's a fast read and gets the job done for you. Oh!...and don't let the photos of the badly burned woman or guy in brain surgery disturb you. They ended up okay thanks to pain relief hypnosis.

Though many people associate hypnotism with second-rate magicians, the practice is, in fact, supported by a large number of clinicians and neuroscientists who see it as a powerful tool to access the minds of patients suffering from psychological and psychosomatic disorders. Yet, in order to get the best results out of this strange and apparently effective therapy, it’s vital to know exactly how it affects the brain, which is why a team of researches from Stanford University has conducted a new study looking at which brain regions are most altered by hypnosis, publishing their findings in the journal “Cerebral Cortex”.

To conduct their research, the team screened 545 people in order to determine their susceptibility to being hypnotized, using the Harvard Group Scale for Hypnotic Susceptibility. This enabled them to identify 36 people with particularly high hypnotizability scores, who were all selected to take part int the study along with 21 controls who returned extremely low scores.

Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the researchers scanned the brain of each participant while at rest, while, at the same time, recalling a memory and being hypnotized by listening to a voice recording specially designed to place listeners into a hypnotic trance state.

Explaining the need for this type of research, study co-author David Spiegel claimed in a statement that “hypnosis is the oldest Western form of psychotherapy, but it’s been tarred with the brush of dangling, swinging watches and purple capes… In fact, it’s a very powerful means of changing the way we use our minds to control perception and our bodies.” Therefore, it’s the choice of methods or therapies to change behavior for self-improvement such as tobacco smoking cessation, eating healthy to promote weight loss and better health, increase self-esteem, etc.

Because the default mode network (DMN) is largely responsible for a sense of self-awareness and episodic memory, the executive control networks would appear to explain how hypnosis enables people to remain conscious and able to act yet with no ability to reflect on their involvement in these actions.

The second major finding was an increase in connectivity between the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) and a brain region called the insula which is associated with somatic function, pain processing, emotion, empathy and a sense of time. This, the researchers say, could explain how hypnosis enables people to overcome or manage pain. Women are being hypnotized to birth their baby free from any pain. Burn victims who cannot be given pain relief drugs are hypnotized to feel no pain during burn wound cleaning, applying sterile dressing, and during recovery from their burns. See photo of a burn victim in hypnosis being debrided (burnt flesh removed from her body) by a surgeon and feels no pain! Also see the photo of a patient undergoing brain surgery without use of anesthesia, is awake, aware and talking to the surgeon completely free from pain! 


Finally, the research team noted a decrease in activity in a brain region called the dorsal interior cingulate cortex (DACC), which forms part of the salience network and is involved in “context evaluation”, helping us decide what to focus on and what to ignore. This finding is highly consistent with the strange behavior of people in hypnotic trances who often appear totally unaware of certain elements of their environment.

Summing up, the study authors claim that no brain areas are actually shut down during hypnosis. Instead, the patient’s connectivity is safely altered while the patient is in a state of hypnosis with some connectivity becoming separated and some becoming integrated. As such, they claim that their research “reinforces the idea of hypnosis as a different state of consciousness, rather than a reduced level of arousal.” This is why hypnosis, when used as a therapy, hence “hypnotherapy”, works and is safe when the patient is induced into a proper level of hypnosis by an experienced, Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist or Doctor of Clinical Hypnotherapy.

Okay, you are almost done with checking me out. Obviously, you don't want to be hypnotized by anyone you don't know much about. So it's time to meet "yours truly"

Dr. Robert G. Dean, Ph.D., C.Hth.

Dr. Bob

Dr. Robert Dean is New Life Clinics’ Executive Director and Chief Resident Doctor of Clinical Hypnotherapy. All of us at New Life Clinics® are “volunteers”. There is no payroll at New Life Clinics Charitable Trust™ (the clinic is a non-profit 501(c)3 § 509(a)2 charitable trust) owned by the people of the United States. And, for what it’s worth, Dr. Dean is financially independent and has no need for a salary. He has worked very hard most of his life to be in that position. His motive to volunteer is purely the joy experienced by his patients achieving their goals.

“Dr. Bob” is a licensed airplane pilot, Veteran U.S. Marine, enjoys writing, listening to music, counseling Veterans, traveling, and listening to music on his stereo.

He is a family man. He votes and is a patriot. He eats healthy and enjoys daily exercise. He “walks the talk”.
He truly enjoys hypnotizing people to help them feel good and improve their health and well-being. To see obese men and women, 100 pounds or more overweight, lose all their excess body fat is satisfying and thrilling for his patients. To help tens of thousands of people to stop smoking for good and eliminating their unhealthy disorders saves lives, too. We could go on but we think you get the point. Clearly, Dr. Dean’s greatest joy is to properly hypnotize people to feel good, be happy and achieve major self-improvements via his “state of the art” hypnotherapy. And, thanks to New Life Clinics’ years of refinement and research, Dr. Dean is a master at safely providing extremely effective hypnotherapy to adults on their smartphone in the privacy, comfort and security of their home or by listening to his narrated hypnotherapy session downloads or CDs.

Finally, Dr. Dean’s greatest aspiration is to master doing the will of our Creator Father.

The doctor in a nutshell...

  • Hours of onsite application, training and experience to obtain Ph.D.: 4,024
  • Hours of formal supervised training by a medical doctor (M.D.): 202
  • Hours of home, formal, and classroom study: 1,101
  • In practice since 1989
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Clinical Hypnosis (Ph.D.)
  • Certified Union Master Hypnotist (C.U.M.Hth.), OPEIU, AFL/CIO Local 472, Hypnotist’s Union
  • Registered, Certified, Clinical Hypnotherapist (C.Hth.) by the American Board of Hypnotherapy, Irvine, California #5355
  • Certified Union Hypnotherapist, #AL930831 (C.U.Hth.) Hypnotist Union, Local 472, OPEIU, AFL/CIO (1993)
  • Graduate of H.M.I., Advanced Studies in Hypnotherapy and Behavior Modification (101, 201, 301)
  • Author of three guidebooks, “Going to the Top”, “Stop Smoking for Life”, and “weight Management Guide”
  • Pioneered and perfected online hypnotherapy to be as effective as a private in office hypnotherapy session
  • Certified Hypnotists Union Instructor in private and group, clinical hypnotherapy
  • Full-time Volunteer group Hypnotherapist since 1993

Okay, now that you know about me, courtesy of New Life Clinics, give me a call. Let’s talk. It’s a free, in depth consultation. I want to get to know you and hear what you have to say about your issues, disorders and the self-improvements you desire. I’ll carefully listen then answer all of your questions. Again, no rush, hype or fluff. I’ll give you straight forward advice, facts and answers. Take all the time you need to decide if you want to be hypnotized to end your disorders and/or achieve self-improvements. I look forward to hearing from you.

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