About Dana

Hi, I’m Dana McCausland – a creative, humanitarian, Colorado Native and hypnotherapist. My hypnotherapy practice lies in bridging the gap between the subconscious and the conscious mind. Repairing this connection can provide immense positive impact and healing in one’s life.
I have always had a natural ease connecting with others, intuitively understanding people on a deep level. Good listening means to really hear someone’s needs and concerns, an essential skill for therapy that I have honed for many years. Though I hold a psychology degree from CU Boulder, it was hypnotherapy that awakened a deep connection to my higher self—beckoning me to pursue my calling and what actually drives me, helping others.
I am passionate about hypnotherapy because it works. Whether your needs lie in addiction, better sleep, past life regression or general self improvement goals, I can help. With hypnotherapy, the sky is the limit! It can help you overcome just about any obstacle. This practice is not a “miracle cure”, but with the use of hypnotherapy, your goals will be more accessible. Through the subconscious mind, everything becomes much easier to achieve—you and your subconscious are the co-creators of your success!
A bit about hypnosis and hypnotherapy….
We all experience hypnosis naturally every day, in fact we are in a state of hypnosis right before we awake in the morning and before we fall asleep at night. It is that familiar, relaxing state in which the mind is consciously aware, but more suggestable. By going into hypnosis, we open the door to the subconscious mind, allowing deeper work through connection to self.
Many new clients worry they may not be able to be hypnotized, the truth is that everyone has the ability! Prior the to first session, patients are asked to fill out a survey that I will analyze and discuss with them in order to best determine an individualized hypnosis approach. Each mind is different, therefore I take the time to decipher the best path to the subconscious for every individual.
Another common fear is getting “stuck in hypnosis”. Contrary to what the media and movies portray, this is not possible. If necessary, I can bring a client into a full waking conscious state of mind instantly if needed, this is also something the client can do on their own.
Please reach out with any questions or concerns about hypnotherapy, I look forward to working with you.



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