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Del Morrill, M.S. C.C.H


A Center for Counseling & Hypnosis
Tacoma, Washington, USA
(253) 752-1506

Better Golfing


Can hypnosis help me realize my full potential? Hypnosis is a kind of foreign topic to me, and I don't know if it can help me, but I thought it might be worth a shot. I'm a professional golfer, and have been struggling with my game for quite awhile now. I've been told my entire life that I have an extreme talent, but I've just not been able to let it all out. I feel something is holding me back, and I'm not really sure what that is. I've been to psychiatrists and don't seem to get anywhere with them. If you have any suggestions on this matter it would be greatly appreciated.


Since one of my specialties is athletics and golfing performance, you might guess that I believe very strongly in the power of hypnosis to help you better your game. One of my male golfers got his first hole-in-one in 25 years of playing, after one session with me. A female client got two hole-in-ones and never had done so before. I can't guarantee to golfers that they will all get hole-in-ones, but I've been able to help most lower their handicap by 10 strokes or more. Hypnotic suggestions help golfers get over any discomfort with playing in front of others, increase their self-confidence, and they help the player to have more consistent golf strokes and golf games, as a whole. The reason you haven't found help with psychiatrists is that the problem doesn't lie in your conscious mind, but in your unconscious or subconscious self. Some kind of program is running within you that blocks you from being convinced of your own abilities. It doesn't have to remain that way. Hypnosis is designed to get at that basic problem, whatever it is. A hypnotherapist who knows how to get to the root of a problem is probably the best kind for you, at this stage of your game. As in all athletic work, I assume that the athlete (and golfer) know what a good game is. A golfer knows what a good stroke is, a good relaxed yet erect stance, a good eye between the ball and goal, etc. What I have to offer is changing the mind, so that the golfer can achieve what he or she desires. With you, for instance, because you can't seem to "let it all out," I would probably start by getting your subconscious mind to change whatever imprints are causing the problem, in the first place. I would then follow that with suggestions specific to golfing, itself, and to your particular goals.





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