Children’s Hypnotherapist – Liza Boubari

Children’s Hypnotherapist – Liza Boubari

Hypnosis is basically a technique of giving direct or post-hypnotic suggestions while the child is in a relaxed focused state of trance. Working with children, Direct suggestions and Post Hypnotic suggestions can last as little as 2-3 days or several weeks until a new behavior takes place of the suggestion. It is very safe and can be quite easy, as it is essentially a guided daydream.

Children and Teen issues

Hypnotherapy and guided visualization involve regression and analysis techniques to find the cause of a symptom. In cases of ADD (attention deficit disorder), the symptom could be described as the need for attention.

As children’s hypnotherapist in Glendale, CA, I hold space for your loved one(s) to achieve the best results.

Kids Have Better Imagination than Most Adults!

Change happens when we instill hope + optimism while building confidence.

Children respond exceptionally well to hypnotherapy. They are often in trance throughout the day, watching television, interacting with video games, and when they play. Their vivid imaginations and natural suggestibility enable them to more easily erase, fears, anxieties, improve study skills and sports performance. Some common uses for children’s hypnotherapist are:

Treatable issues include:

  • Self Confidence
  • Focused Attention
  • Bed Wetting
  • Spelling and Learning Disabilities
  • Stuttering
  • Anger
  • Abuse
  • Bullying

Teen Building

From workshops on self-esteem, self talk and body image, group and private sessions, my Teen Life Coaching program as an expert children’s hypnotherapist has something to suit every teen’s needs. Plus, we have fun while we are doing it!

All behavior is an attempt to meet an underlying need. Let’s ask ourselves these questions:

  • What does my teen need and want?
  • Do they want you to hear and understand them?
  • Are you seeing them for who they are and what they can do?
  • Do you know your teen?

Words matter

The intention is the key of communication. When you communicate, what is your intention? A common belief is that a strong person does not need anything or anyone and that a good person puts others’ needs first. Well…if you believe this theory, you may behave in destructive ways that do you no good.

There is nothing wrong with needing…yet, be aware not to be trapped by becoming “needy.” You need consideration and respect for the challenges you face while maturing. You must also understand there is no perfection. Your parents are not perfect, and neither are you.

The Media

Our modern century provides an enormous spread of negative influences on our youth.  Television and movies regularly present violence, sex, and innuendo as the norm. Sit-coms project shallowness and self-centeredness on TV by unmarried 30-year-olds who are wrapped up in themselves. Advertising and acquisition are other primary images, as parents go crazy trying to get their child whatever the child wants.

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How Hypnotherapy Can Help Your Children


Feeling helpless & depressed can seem like an endless cycle. You feel depressed, you don’t know what to do, so you engage in behaviors that make you feel even more depressed. You may shut yourself up in your room, refuse to talk to anyone, feel unmotivated to go out with friends or keep up with school work.


Bullying is characterized by repeated, unprovoked harassment of another individual in which that individual has difficulty defending themselves.

Peer Pressure

Peer pressure is a part of life for everyone, but it can be an especially strong influence during the teen years when peers are very important to a teen’s identity. This means that teens need to learn to handle peer pressure, and to recognize when it is positive and when it is negative.

Eating Disorder

This affects about 1% of America’s teens. Eating disorders are more common in females, and the number of males with eating disorders (especially anorexia) is on the rise.

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Frequently Asked Question About Children & Teens Hypnotherapy

How does it work?
How can children be hypnotized?
What can a parent do to assist in the process?