Blog - Amy Rosner Clinical Hypnotherapy


New Workshop: Mad Mindfulness Skills for Everyday Awesomeness

Get ready to play your A-game!

Gear up for this in-depth, interactive mini-retreat at my office with lots of exercises in formal and informal mindfulness techniques, when to use them, how to use them, and why you should use them. You’ll receive physical tools ($28 value) and mental tools (priceless) for living a more relaxed, enjoyable, productive life – plus a $50 coupon toward my online self-hypnosis course (that’s $78 in free stuff)! The tips, tricks and techniques you’ll learn are simple and easy for everyone to master – even if you have difficulty meditating. Learn how to reverse the effects of stress on your body, eat mindfully and stop second-guessing yourself – and so much more. And we’ll have drinks and a nosh, of course!

Friday, September 29, or Saturday, September 30, from 1:30-4:30 p.m.
Cost: $75     Register HERE by Friday, September 22 and get my online self-hypnosis class ($99 value) completely free!


You’re Not Unmotivated, You’re Just Not Listening

Woke up this morning and stood for awhile looking out my bedroom window where the jogging trail is, contemplating the concept of motivation and how useless it is. I was wishy-washy about going for a run, but I kinda wanted to and it was a beautiful morning and I knew the dogs would love it, so I stopped thinking about it and asked the dogs if they wanted to go for walkies – then I’m committed because they’re so excited and I can’t disappoint them by not following through! I knew I’d be getting some kind of exercise this morning, it was just a matter of what. I’ve gotten myself in the habit of working out one way or another at the same time every morning save one (rest is just as important!). I don’t give myself the choice of not doing it, so it’s easy.

I hear so many people talk about wanting to be more motivated to do something they think would be good for themselves, and I’m often asked if I can do something hypnosis-wise to help motivate them. To me this is the wrong question. I remember my mentor coach telling us that there wasn’t a single one of his high-achieving clients who wanted to do everything that was good for them every day. The difference between them and the rest of us is that they didn’t give themselves a choice. They made it part of their job.

If there is something you want to do regularly but are having trouble doing it, it isn’t a matter of motivation. Where does the notion come from – does the real you want to do it or did someone tell you you should do it? If it’s truly important to you, you’ll do it. When you give yourself a choice and excuse your lack of follow-through by telling yourself you’re not motivated enough, there’s something blocking you from really wanting to do it. Your brain is blocking it to protect you somehow, and reprogramming that can allow you to make the positive activity part of your job of being a healthy, happy human being – no motivation required.

So next time you criticize yourself as not motivated enough, I’d encourage you to get to the real issue by listening to the real you (you can hear it when you’re quiet and not talking to yourself ). How important is it to you, really? When you tell yourself you should do it, it is your voice or someone else’s? Your lack of follow-through is not a weakness, it’s your brain doing its job – you’re just not listening to what it’s trying to tell you. See yourself as not following through with it because it’s wrong somehow. Either you don’t really want it, or you need to remove a protective block that your clever brain put in place that may have served you once but perhaps isn’t anymore and can be reprogrammed. You’re not unmotivated, you’re protecting yourself. Find out why, let go of what isn’t serving you and move on with your life unencumbered by the self-criticism. And send love to your brain for looking out for you.



Upcoming Talk: The Subconscious Mind and Creative Character Development

How do our limiting beliefs, negative emotion from past events and other stressors change our behavior in ways that aren’t always intuitive or expected? Our subconscious minds drive our thoughts, feelings and behaviors, whereas our conscious minds make up stories to make the world make sense and make us feel better. Because we often push away our true feelings and listen instead to our conscious stories, we can act in ways that don’t give us what we really want in life. This seeming contradiction greatly impacts how we develop as people as well as how we build and sometimes sabotage our relationships. I’ll share case studies and their happy endings.

Join me next Friday, September 15, for an hour-long journey into the subconscious mind and why we do the things we do. You’ll get the chance to ask plenty of questions, and my books and mindfulness cards will be available for purchase.

Place: Dog-Eared Pages Used Books, 16428 N. 32nd Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85032, 602-283-5423

Cost: $5.00 (Ticket may be applied toward purchase of presenting author’s books that evening.)

Time: 5:30 p.m.


Give to Yourself First

It’s gift-giving season, and the first person you should give to is yourself. Seriously. Many people have the misconception that giving to themselves and even just taking good care of themselves is selfish. Not so! Consider how much more you can give to others when you’re in great shape mentally and physically. When you’re on your A-game, you not only help others better, but your healthy spirit influences everyone around you. Your kids and friends see how great you look and feel and are inspired to take better care of themselves, too. Strangers you pass on the street feel your healthy vibes and are warmed by your smiles. When you improve yourself, you positively impact many, many others without even trying.

So put yourself at the top of your holiday present list. But what should you get yourself? I would encourage you to give yourself something that will help you successfully progress in a goal you have for the new year – and the best one is to improve your healthy habits. Our situations (external environment) and body chemistry (internal environment) changes throughout our lives, so keeping ourselves healthy and happy is a constant journey. Take time to re-evaluate everything in your life regularly. You’ll get to know yourself better and see what changes you might want to make to feel even better. Is there a goal you want to reach next year in your life or business? Is there a healthy habit you used to have that you’d like to get back into? Is there some new activity that you think would be fun to learn? The more you do to feed your soul, the more productive and inspirational you’ll be!

Okay, I’ll share my personal gifts & goals this year. I would like to successfully heal up a big injury I’ve had for the last year and get back in good physical shape. I’ve consulted doctors and trainers to determine how best to do that, and I have a plan. I’ll be traveling when I get started on that plan, so I figured that’s a good excuse to give myself the TRX physical trainer I’ve been drooling over for years (and it was on sale, which is even better)! I also love to really get focused on my routine by journaling and recording my goals and progress, so I gave myself a year’s worth of handy dandy little  fitbooks. Research shows that writing these things down can help you stay focused on your goals and even double your success, and I’ve experienced this firsthand many times. My favorite tool for this is a fitness journal called a fitbook, which you can check out by clicking HERE.

Put some thought into what your gifts & goals will be this year. Ask yourself what you want, not what you should do or need to do. How you talk to yourself matters. Really. Try this – tell yourself that you need to do something, then tell yourself that you want to do that same thing. They feel different, don’t they? That’s because your brain processes them differently. The first one just adds more to the pile of stuff you have to do, whereas the latter is giving yourself an opportunity. The first is negative and the second is positive, and you can feel it! What opportunity could you give yourself that gets you the most jazzed? Do that!

I wish all of you a healthy and happy holiday season and new year!

Stretch & smile! 🙂



Women supporting women

Join me for an inspirational day of personal and professional growth and networking for women in the Phoenix area!

I’ll be doing a breakout workshop session:

Aha! The 4 Steps to Greater Innovation and Productivity

From the organizers: “The inaugural Connect~Inspire~Go conference is designed to provide women with a dynamic opportunity to connect with other local women, gain new-found inspiration for the season of life they are currently in and find help in designing the direction they want to go tomorrow.  Created for women by women attendees can expect a welcoming environment of local women entrepreneurs who are passionate about sharing what has worked and hasn’t worked for them in areas such as; transitioning from employee to entrepreneur, time management strategies, overcoming obstacles, increasing innovation and productivity, uncovering worthiness, putting goals into action and much more! With two main stage speakers, two tracks of breakout sessions (6 total to choose from), networking time, a vendor alley and door prizes women can expect a fun filled afternoon learning and laughter while increasing their business network within the local community. We can’t wait to see you there!”

Get more information and tickets HERE!


Creativity Workshop

Join me at the Maricopa Center for Entrepreneurship for a fun workshop to get your creativity flowing! Learn how to dramatically increase your productivity while getting more enjoyment and fulfillment from your work and more time for the things you love.

Wednesday August 17, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

MCE – Maricopa Center for Entrepreneurship


Get more information and register HERE!


Your Complete Guide to Self-Hypnosis

For years people have asked me if I had videos teaching self-hypnosis. Well now I do! I’ve compiled all of the tips, tricks and advice I give my clients into a course that takes you through the different stages of my technique. It’s more than just a learning tool, though – it’s a lifetime reference to help you continually evolve your practice. Best of all, it’s interactive. In the comments section of each lesson you can ask questions or share experiences, and I’m there to help you get exactly what you want out of the course every step of the way.

Check it out HERE and see why this is the best and only self-hypnosis tool you’ll ever need!


Boost Your Brain at Business Bootcamp

Join me May 7th at the Embassy Suites in Scottsdale for Arizona’s premiere one day conference for women business owners and entrepreneurs. Celebrating 10 years of real tools, support and results, NO Philosophy, Theory or FLUFF!


Mr Greens World gives some insight into the speakers and reasons to attend this amazing event!! Listen to the podcast here: women-entrepreneurs-game-on


I’ll be leading the workshop Brain Boosting Fun! Do you feel that you could think more clearly or creatively to come up with innovative developments for your business? Does it feel like the different parts of your brain don’t always work together as seamlessly as they could? Does it feel like you’re fighting yourself sometimes? Would you like your team to be more cohesive, come up with better ideas and get more enjoyment out of their work? This workshop will put it all into perspective for you and teach you how to outsmart your brain to work as a well-oiled machine. Boost your creative thinking and problem solving and that of your team. Dramatically increase your productivity while getting more enjoyment and fulfillment from your work and more time for the things you love.


Grow Younger Every Year

Did you know your body is renewing its cells all the time? Did you know your body and subconscious mind work together to make your new cells better or worse than before? We want you to replace your cells with even healthier ones, and a great benefit to that is having more fun in your life while you’re doing it!

Join us for fun and great food! Learn how you can get more out of life each year with health and wellbeing information and tips from naturopathic doctor Kris Berkner and clinical hypnotherapist Amy Rosner.

Date: April 19, 2016, from 6-8 pm at The Hub Grill & Bar in Mesa.
Cost: $25 in advance online, $30 at the door. Food not included.

Click HERE to reserve your seat now!


1925 S Sossaman Rd
Mesa, AZ 85209-4275



Relax and Breathe Easily

Do you have difficulty breathing from allergies, asthma or COPD? My new audio file/CD, Relax and Breathe Easily, helps calm your respiratory system for greater comfort and encourages natural healing.

In this recording Amy uses only positive suggestions that help you:

  • calm coughing and breathe more easily and deeply
  • encourage moistening of the nose and throat
  • increase relaxation and enjoy better quality sleep
  • encourage congestion drainage and proper immune response
  • increase comfort and positive outlook

Get more information and your instant download HERE!