Daniel Oromaner was certified in clinical hypnotherapy in 2007. The one-year training program he attended was limited to those with a master's degree, so the instruction and practice sessions were geared to students who already understood human behavior. Prior to this training, he earned an undergraduate and a graduate degree in psychology at CUNY. As a result of his education, training and experience, Inner Power Hypnosis has been rated as one of Three Best in Hypnosis for multiple years.
Located on Broadway Road near the 101 freeway, the office is easily accessible from Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert, Phoenix, and Chandler Arizona.
Mr. Oromaner understands issues at a deep level, and can unearth the root cause(s) to activate rapid and effective long-term healing. Most patients arrive for their first session with little understanding of the real reasons behind their fears, negative beliefs or failures. They blame their job, marriage or kids for their stress and insomnia; many blame their sugar addiction or lack of exercise for their excess weight. In some cases, nightly drinking is considered just a bad habit. Binge drinking is justified as blowing off steam.
Yet, whenever our behaviors are unhelpful or unhealthy, the reasons are not so simple. Getting to the root of a problem is important, and only a well-qualified practitioner is able to determine the true causes.
Daniel Oromaner was first certified as a Hypnotherapist by the International Medical & Dental Hypnotherapy Association. Then, he was certified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist by the rigorous American Council of Hypnotist Examiners. This combination distinguishes him from other practitioners in the Phoenix Valley and helps him apply his decades of knowledge and experience to help clients meet or exceed their goals.
Specialties of the practice include: anxiety and panic attacks, weight loss, and other sabotaging behaviors. A glance at the Testimonials page will tell you how successful he has been in treating these (and other) issues, and how much his clients appreciate their work together!
Daniel is a certified clinical hypnotherapist--the highest certification in the USA.
The CCHt program requires more than double the classroom hours required for a hypnotherapist (CHt) certification. As a graduate of the Colorado School of Counseling Hypnotherapy, he was personally trained by Zoilita Grant, MS, CCHt, an expert who wrote 27 books on the subject. Here she is presenting at a recent conference:
Zoilita Grant, MS, CCHt
Daniel's bachelor's degree in psychology prepared him well for the Graduate Record Exam in that subject; he scored at the 99th percentile. One of the highest in the nation.
He also earned a master's degree in industrial psychology from Baruch College. In 2017 Money magazine named it #1 of the "Best Public Colleges."
Daniel S. Oromaner, MBA, CCHt
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Approximately 40 million American adults--18% of the population--have an anxiety disorder. Yet, most people never seek treatment. Anxiety is a specialty of this practice--including insomnia, phobias, social anxiety and panic attacks.
Nearly 70% of Arizona adults are overweight or obese. Most try popular diets. Yet, even if they lose weight, the pounds come back. It seems hopeless, but it isn't. Permanent weight loss is possible! Obesity hurts your self-esteem, job prospects and your health.
Many people seek help because they have self-destructive tendencies. They engage in behaviors that hurt their health (i.e. smoking), relationships, and/or career. They are uncomfortable when things go well, and act-out or create drama to erase any success or happiness.
The five stages of alcohol abuse are: 1) Binge drinking, 2) Frequent drinking, 3) Problem drinking, 4) Alcohol dependence, and 5) Alcoholism. As many as 17% of men and 8% of women will meet the criteria for alcoholism in their lifetime. And, binge drinking often starts young.
The CDC estimates that 1 in 5 Americans were sexually molested as a child, and 1 in 4 were beaten by a parent to the point of physical harm. In extreme cases there may be no memory of the abuse (repression). Both types create serious, long-lasting problems.
Relationship and intimacy issues are very common. Marriages and relationships are hurt by jealousy, control/trust issues, anger, or submissiveness. And, most sexual issues have a psychological component. Clinical hypnotherapy can help to overcome these difficulties.