My work with clients begins with an initial consultation, during which I take client history and learn about goals and changes you're hoping to make in your life. These sessions last up to 1.5 hours. The work begins from there.
During followup sessions, we will work together to begin implementing desired changes in your life. Follow up sessions last around 50-minutes and we typically continue working together until we have attained all of your goals.
I work on a sliding scale and try when possible to make my services available to anyone in need. Contact me for rate inquiries.
All hypnosis is self-hypnosis. It is, simply stated, a tool that can be used for helping anyone to access deeper parts of themselves. It is not, as it is portrayed in Hollywood and the media, a high jacking of the mind, but rather a process of allowing the ego to soften in order to access deeper states of being.
By working together we will establish a safe, exploratory, and creative space from which we can examine difficult emotions as well as locate the resources to overcome those challenges. When we are feeling stuck in our lives, it is often in-part because aspects of ourselves—confidence, creativity, strength, vitality—are in hiding. Through hypnosis I can help you invite these parts of yourself back out so that you can meet, work through, and ultimately pass the impasses that hold you in place.
Based in Brooklyn, New York, Nathan Ehrlich is a certified Hypnotist both by the National Guild of Hypnotists and the Center for Integrative Hypnosis. Ehrlich is a student at the Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy and Training, where he is a candidate to become a Licensed Psychoanalyst, and he holds a Masters Degree in Journalism from Columbia University. Occasionally he produces freelance multimedia pieces on stories that grab him.
Most importantly, Nathan considers himself to be a student of the world, a student of healing, and always striving to learn how best to empower himself and others to become their most loving, authentic, productive selves. Furthermore, Ehrlich is a survivor of both Cancer and Lyme disease and has an especially strong attunement to those who are struggling with physical ailments.