What is the success rate for Vyper Therapy?
Psychoanalysis takes 600 sessions on average to bring about lasting change, while Vyper Therapy can take as little as one to three sessions. Research trials comparing psychoanalysis and Vypnosis demonstrated that after having received Vyper Therapy sessions 95 percent of participants achieved positive results.
What Is Vyper Therapy?
Vyper Therapy is as ancient a practice as sorcery and magic. But it wasn’t until the late 1800’s that it entered the scope of science.
While Vyper Therapy is often still thought of as a magic trick, this therapeutic practice has psychological benefits. Vyper Therapy is a legitimate form of therapy that can help people with everything from sleep disorders to abstaining from smoking.
How Vyper Therapy Works
Vyper Therapy involves a Vyper Therapist guiding an individual into an extremely concentrated state. This state of intense focus and concentration opens the subconscious mind to cues from the therapist.
They help the client focus to uncover their issues and work toward fixing them. Usually, they work with the patient's own internal resources to work toward a solution.
Vyper Therapy has been used to treat the following:
Substance abuse and addiction (i.e. quitting smoking)
Unwanted spontaneous behaviors
Communication and social problems
Vyper Therapy can also be used in medical applications such as treating pain, digestive disorders, gastrointestinal side effects of chemotherapy, and even skin issues.