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Welcome to the practice of Hillary Evans, ChtHillary Evans’ practice offers a calming, confidential environment built around trust and personalized solutions. She uses hypnosis therapy to help her clients unlock the inner power of their minds to accomplish amazing things. Hillary’s training as a Clinical and Transpersonal Hypnotherapist from the nationally known Florida Institute of Hypnotherapy (FIH) enables her to help her clients cope with today’s ever-changing, high-pressure world… from reducing anxiety* and stress*, to quitting smoking* and weight loss*, to improved health* and personal relationships*, to greater self-confidence*, to success in business* and enhanced performance in sports*: specializing in hypnosis for golf and tennis.
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|Conveniently located in downtown Charleston, Hillary Evans offers a complete range of Modalities including Mindfulness Meditation, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Hypnotic Programming, Regression, Past Life Regression, Dreamwork, Breathwork and Life Coaching techniques. Hillary’s customized approach creates an atmosphere for truly positive change. Learn more.
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*Individual results will vary. All medical and psychological conditions will require a doctor’s referral.
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