Erika Slater CH
Erika Slater is Director of Free At Last Hypnosis and Smoke Free At Last and based in Mashpee Massachusetts region serving the towns on Cape Cod and Islands. Erika is a Certified Hypnotist and also writes articles and books on the subject of hypnosis and alternative health. Erika has been a professional hypnotist since 2004 and a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists. Erika sees clients in her Cape Cod office or online using Zoom and Skype.
Do you ever find yourself looking at others in either a physical or emotional sense comparing yourself to them? Do you look at what you’ve accomplished and what you own and measure your success by peering into the world of others and seeing what they have and have accomplished? When you do this, do you get down on yourself believing you are “less than others” and feel so discouraged that it makes you feel depressed? If so, you are not running your own race in life, rather you’re skipping to the beat of others; only “they” don’t even know they have created this rhythm for your life! Why do people feel the need to compare themselves to others? Here we take a look at this common barrier to improvement and how to manage it.Read More
Are there times in your life that get real trying for you where you wonder, “How the heck am I going to get through this?” Do you find that as stress builds and builds in your life that you have difficulty coping with any and all situations, even the small ones? Well, it’s time to learn to stop sweating the small stuff so to speak! There will be times in your life when you feel that the proverbial wheels are falling off. Ironically, when it rains it pours in terms of stress. You literally become a stress magnet when bad or not so great things start to happen and they seem to become compounded. You take or allow any small situation that is quasi-distressing and allow it to gain momentum to the point that it appears to be the end of the world. Why does this happen?Read More
Are you a person who constantly lives in the past? Do you constantly have fleeting or direct thoughts on how great it would be to go back in time and relive a moment and change it so it turns out differently? Perhaps the movie Back To The Future is your favorite and you wish you could find a Delorian and get yourself a flux capacitor to take you back to that moment that you regret in order for you to recreate it! Guess what folks? That isn’t happening anytime soon…well anytime ever! It’s time to get over the past and live in the present. Here’s more…Read More
Are you one of those people who have hard time with letting your “ego” get in the way? Are you driven by the need to not only feel like you are always right, but “Are right all of the time!”? If this sounds like you in any way, then perhaps this article is for you. That is if you are not willing to let your ego get in the way of learning how to “not let your ego” get in the way! Egos are an interesting part of our personalities. Ego is often misquoted in the context of which it was intended to mean according to the great father of Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud. Here’s more…Read More
There are two important secrets to weight loss I’ve learned in helping my clients, and critical to know if you’re considering a weight loss program of any type. It doesn’t matter if its weight watchers, Virtual Gastric Band, Jenny Craig, weight loss hypnosis, South Beach Diet or North Beach Diet or any beach diet. Read this before you go further for a reality check and before you part with your hard-earned money. You need to decide if you want to lose weight permanently or just as a temporary measure to feel good for awhile. Unfortunately most people fall into losing weight temporary because losing it permanently takes a mind change and not a diet and… mental toughness and a word spelled C-O-M-M-I-T-M-E-N-T. Here’s why.Read More
How many times have you heard the term “How in tune are you with your body” in connection with getting and remaining healthy? Our own Dr. Peter says this is the wrong question to ask, and a better one is “How in tune are you with your thoughts?” Our thoughts control our feelings which are shown to be a significant impact on the health of our bodies as we further understand what our bodies go through during times of depression and sadness and even anger. The benefits of “Getting in tune with your thoughts” are explored in the fifth installment of Dr. Peter’s Mind Body Connection series.Read More
“The Power of Positive Thinking” and “The Secret” is two books that came to mind when thinking about the words intent and power of attraction as a way to get the outcomes you want. Whether you’ve read either or practiced their message doesn’t matter at the moment. You may even be skeptical and feel its all mumbo jumbo and the world and your fate is the way it is and you can’t influence it. I admit it’s a big jump from where most of us in working towards our goals feel manifesting them can happen just by thinking about them and asking the universe to take care of it for us. So instead let’s start in a different place.Read More
Age Regression Hypnosis Therapy is a tool hypnotherapists use to identify and clear events of the past and associated imprints and their negative effects. These imprints can impact attempts at achieving a goal a client wishes to accomplish such as losing weight or having confidence. The premise of regression therapy is if previous attempts at losing weight or self-improvement have been unsuccessful then there is likely an event in the past triggering feelings that act as a barrier to change. Most times people aren’t even aware of the barrier, but sense something deep-rooted is obstructing and frustrating their progress.Read More
Once you’ve made the decision to Stop Smoking using Hypnosis then the search begins for a hypnotist to help you overcome your habit. Here are 5 tips to consider when choosing one.Read More
DISCOVER HOW TO START CHANGING HABITS TODAY.
In this free audio hypnosis session, you’ll experience the power of your subconscious mind to begin to change your habits. If you've never experienced hypnosis before then this is a great introduction...