We are the Number One Rated Hypnotherapy Practice in San Francisco

We got here through our excitement for living in balance and creativity, our passion for holistic healing, and our commitment to sharing our vision with as many people as possible.

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Andrew Gentile

"It's my passion to help people come into balance with themselves and the world they live in."


Michael Nolan

"To be truly effective in these times you need to heal and you need a framework for developing unshakeable clarity, calm, and wisdom. This is our work together."


We are a mission driven social enterprise committed to transforming the way people think, feel, and live. We work with clients one-on-one in private sessions and in group formats through local and international trainings and workshops. We are committed to helping you get the breakthrough you're looking for and develop the skills and the wisdom you need to transform your life. 

We collaborate with other for-profit, non-profit and governmental organizations, to develop effective and cutting edge holistic mental health programs and educational initiatives. 

Internationally, we are excited to be continuing our multi-year collaboration with the Horizons Program at Upper Canada College in Toronto, Canada, teaching stress reduction, emotional intelligence and self-regulation skills to youth from priority neighbourhoods.  We are also excited about our developing collaboration in 2020 with the Toronto Inuit Association.

We continue to connect and align with communities in the Territory of Nunavut in Arctic Canada, through our work with the Municipality of Cambridge Bay and the Arctic Rose Foundation. Through these relationships we are contributing models of individual and collective healing to Inuit-driven conversations and initiatives already unfolding around decolonization and healing.

A well-trained mind is your greatest asset, an open heart your greatest power

Success rates with Hypnotherapy

Research shows that the success rate for hypnotherapy was 93% after an average of 6 sessions. This was compared to a 38% success rate after an average of 600 sessions for psychoanalysis and 72% after 22 sessions for behavior therapy.

Since 1995, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has recommended hypnosis as a treatment for anxiety, smoking cessation, and several medical conditions.

Along with all of our resources here, check out the Mayo Clinic and WebMD for their take on Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy too.

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