Enjoy a confidential, safe environment in which you can open up your pain, fear, disappointment, loss, and anger to be understood, healed and transformed.
Hypnosis is one of the most powerful ways to create change. Hypnosis is the entrance (in trance) to the empowering resources held in your unconscious mind.
Sex therapy is a specialized professional therapy to resolve your concerns about sexual function, feelings, and intimacy. When sex is not going well, it affects our happiness and sense of well-being.
Coaching helps you develop a map – strategies – to navigate the uncertainty, restore balance in your lifestyle, and release the blocks that have kept you from accomplishing your goals.
Susie Hayes, Denver Psychotherapist, Hypnotherapist, Sex Therapist and Business and Life Coach
Welcome to Susie’s Website
Whatever your challenges, there is a way through. You deserve to be successful, healthy and happy. Susie offers psychotherapy, clinical hypnosis, sex therapy, business coaching, and life coaching – to help you discover internal resources you never knew you had, to create what you never knew you could – so that you can feel good about yourself and reach your goals.
Susie’s commitment to you is to support you in achieving the best quality, most lasting results you want in your personal, professional, and relational life, in the most cost effective, time efficient way.
Recent Blog Posts
May I be honest, I’m not trying to stroke your . . . . . . Narcissism. Rather, I’m challenging you to get real about your essence – your soul, your Self, your True You. This is the part of you that is an essential expression of love – perfect, flawless, unscathed by loss and fear. Read More
Empathy is more than caring for others and desiring to help them. Empathy is more than understanding, being aware of, and being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of another living being. Empathy at its deepest and most transformational level is . . . . . . the capacity of the Read More
In the midst of your work schedule, I’d like you to consider taking a quick break, putting on some music, or listening to some music in your own head, and letting yourself dance (move) for just 10 minutes. No need to call it exercise – call it play or relaxation, if you prefer. Besides reducing Read More