Benjamin Schoeffler paces in his office while working with Boisean Suzanne Michelle on her final hypnosis session. “I was looking for some breakthroughs in my career and personal life,” said Michelle, who gave permission to be photographed while under hypnosis. “I wanted to get through the subconscious blocks and limitations that I couldn’t do otherwise on my own.”
Benjamin Schoeffler paces in his office while working with Boisean Suzanne Michelle on her final hypnosis session. “I was looking for some breakthroughs in my career and personal life,” said Michelle, who gave permission to be photographed while under hypnosis. “I wanted to get through the subconscious blocks and limitations that I couldn’t do otherwise on my own.” kjones@idahostatesman.com
Benjamin Schoeffler paces in his office while working with Boisean Suzanne Michelle on her final hypnosis session. “I was looking for some breakthroughs in my career and personal life,” said Michelle, who gave permission to be photographed while under hypnosis. “I wanted to get through the subconscious blocks and limitations that I couldn’t do otherwise on my own.” kjones@idahostatesman.com

Hypnotherapy gains ground in Boise area

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