If you could be guided by your body to heal from MS, would you listen?
What if there is a way you could talk to your body and understand what is causing MS? And what if you could use that dialogue to heal not just symptoms but also your life, past, relationships, and emotions?
Tools to Heal MS from the Inside Out
Address MS through mind-based therapies
Understand the messages behind each symptom at the level they were formed and are expressed - the subconscious.
Uncover and transforming the root cause in your history and build greater resilience to life's challenges.
Transform the limiting beliefs and behaviors linked to dis-ease such "I am not enough" or "I am responsible for your happiness".
Calm the overactive immune response, reduce pain and spasms, improve sleep, and increase energy.
Work through inner conflicts and create balance (i.e. between the part that wants to get well and the part that doesn't).
Use visualizations to create new neuropathways, improve symptoms, and regain function.
To breakdown your healing journey into doable steps.
Eye Movement Release
To release intense emotions, fears, and anxiety.
Hi, I am Eva M. Clark
Medical Hypnotherapist, NLP Practitioner, & Health Coach
Eva M Clark has spent the last 15 years working with the connection between the mind and the body using mind-based therapies. She discovered, early on in her research, that our beliefs and emotions have a powerful influence on our immune system and health. Not only can they contributor to physical disease; they can also lead the body back into health.
Eva has dedicated the last decade of her career to healing multiple sclerosis. Learn more about Eva M Clark...
“I got so much out of your website that truly I didn't expect us to do much more than that in our sessions, but I’ve been blown away once again. You are like a fire hose of information and tools for transformation!”
“As far as the anxiety, self-doubts, self-hatred,…I haven’t experienced them in a long time.“ - Marly
“Hypnotic treatment is an effective therapy that has beneficial impacts on the intensity of perceived pain, psychological well-being, mood disorders, and fatigue, and in addition, it significantly improves physical functioning in MS patients. The same effects haven't been obtained with other nonpharmacological techniques.” - Marisca et al., (2022), "Hypnotherapy as a Nonpharmacological Treatment for the Psychological Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis", Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine