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There are essentially two roadblocks most people encounter related to testing: difficulties focusing during studying and anxiety related to testing.  Hypnosis is, by far, the most effective way to deal with both of those problems.

Using hypnosis, you can go into the proper zone for learning as soon as you sit down to study.  You can read material once and understand and retain it in the right state of mind.  And once the material is learned effectively, you will retain it for as long as you wish with minimal effort.

Anxiety related to test taking is a direct result of your unconscious perception of the test.  If the idea that you might fail is stuck in your mind, it will adversely affect your performance.  Ironically, worrying about failing makes it more likely to happen.  Hypnosis puts you in the right frame of mind so that you’re relaxed, confident, and know that you have done everything possible to prepare for the test.



To Whom it May Concern:

This letter is written as part of an effort to lend clarification on some of the potential benefits Tidewater Hypnosis offers. Specifically, can Tidewater Hypnosis boost one's current levels of memory and concentration?

I am a recent graduate of Arizona State University, and for the last few months I have been preparing for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). The exam focuses exclusively on inductive and deductive reasoning skills; no specific knowledge is therefore required. Its greatest difficulties reside in large part on the time constraints imposed; given these constraints, momentary lapses in concentration can prove detrimental to one's performance. In addition, many of the exam questions turn on one's ability to decipher and retain particular details; failure to quickly memorize such information requires one to reference the forgotten material, which takes time, hampering one's performance.

Prior to my Tidewater Hypnosis session, I had experienced erratic lapses in my concentration and a certain inconsistency regarding the memorization of key details; my performance therefore fluctuated. During my consultation, Dr. Clayton and I isolated these factors as they related to my performance. We targeted specific areas and outlined simple objectives that would in turn, bolster my capacity for concentration and memory.

I am happy to report that in the days and weeks following that session, my performance on the LSAT practice exams increased, and most importantly, it attained a consistency. I found myself able to focus exclusively on each question without distraction, and my recall for minute details became both accurate and reliable.

I enthusiastically recommend Tidewater Hypnosis for anyone seeking to improve their memory, concentration, or both. Lastly, I found Dr. Clayton to be extraordinarily professional, knowledgeable, and forthright.


Thomas R. Phillips