What is Trichotillomania?

One of the many behaviors clients come to see me about is Hair Pulling.  An irresistible urge to pull hair from your body, usually scalp and eyebrows.  This is a learnt behavior, a subconscious response to certain negative feelings which come up throughout the day, at home, work or an educational environment.  Many people hide this behavior as they feel embarrassed or ashamed and this spirals into guilt feelings which in turn, leads to further bouts of pulling – the pattern continues.  As a Certified Hypnotherapist,  I coach you to work directly with that part of your mind that keeps repeating your old habit of pulling your hair. Generally it may take up to  8 sessions.  Stopping your pulling is your goal. When trichotillomania is no longer an issue and you feel empowered, then there is no need to continue with the sessions.

Debbie Dubickas CHt
Effective, Affordable Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy
Serving Tampa, FL Since 2012






24 Aug 2018

Hypno Meditation

Join Debbie for her Hypno Meditation Class -  Tuesdays 6pm to 7pm - $20 per person - max 20 persons Hypno meditation is a beautiful and powerful combination of hypnosis and meditation. Meditation is the simplest way to achieve inner stillness and deep focused awareness and relaxation. Under guidance of Debbie Dubickas,  hypnotherapist, hypnosis shows you your natural ability to go into a state of trance.  This class is perfect for those of you who find it difficult to STOP your thoughts or meditation beginners who struggle with over-active minds. Meditation…

22 Jun 2018

The Well of Passion is Never Ending

  The Well of Passion is Never Ending So many of us do not know what our passion is? We are stuck and clouded as to what we want, where we are going and who we want to spend our time with ? Once we let go of our blocks, allow our emotions to flow and I mean all our emotions to flow, we are then in a position to allow our passion to come through. From a peaceful state, our answers come to us and decisions are made. Our…

29 May 2018

Passion -v- Drive

In the work I do, I see a difference between passion and drive, yet both are great motivators. I recall working with a teacher who had such a passion for what she did.  Late night planning activities for her class, going above and beyond with volunteering work and more.  Her pay check was not that great  and she was a very intelligent and capable woman who could have easily worked her way up within the education field yet she chose to stay in the class room.   She loved her…