Can you imagine what would happen if you accidentally placed your hands on a hot stove with your eyes embedded in your mobile, and your pain receptors aren’t there to save you? While this hypothetical scenario demonstrates how pain keeps us alive, on the flip side, we have also come across people who have been struggling for decades with lingering psychosomatic pain (migraine, arthritic pain or neuropathic pain) that doesn’t serve as a loyal messenger signaling the brain for facilitating well-being, where even the medical practitioners have ruled out all possible pathology that might cause such kind of pain. These people have no choice but to adapt & compromise to a lesser quality of life – a life of agony with their pain medications and the multiple side effects they bring.
Providing the transformative elixir is the Final Therapy Clinic (FTC), a Jaipur-based full service psychology clinic that specializes in Indo-centric issues. The clinic’s national award-winning Therapist, Dr. Amita Shringi Upadhyay, stands out even amongst the very few approved Hypnotherapists in India who can be counted on the fingers of one hand who have actually delved into the academic study of hypnosis.
Once the clinic gets the medical clearance from the patient’s family practitioner, Dr. Amita guides her patients through trance, analyses the psychopathology of the pain and its level. Then, the subconscious mind is programmed to understand that the pain signals emitted by the patient’s brain are no longer helpful to them. She teaches the patients to dial the pain down & maintain it at a bearable phase or even turn it off completely.
However, FTC gets high marks not just in hypnotherapy alone. The clinic not only has such nationally-trained Hypnotherapists and internationally-trained Psychiatrists & Psychologists based out of America working exclusively for the clinic, but also maintains a whole network of eminent experts, including top American neuro-psychiatrists, the best hypnotherapist in London, highly decorated medical doctors who are the winners of Golden Stethoscope Award – working on behalf of the clinic. The fact that they all work in harmony with a multidisciplinary team approach to treat any kind of psychiatric & psychological disorders the patients approach them with, has made FTC a well sought-after clinic. “Our Final Therapy has been the TERMINUS for many patients who had been wandering from one psychiatrist to another for decades, wasting their lives in depression, anxiety, and not living joyously and to the fullest. After our therapy is delivered, a great transformation occurs in the patient and one need not any longer search around for a solution,” remarks Nitin Upadhyay, Clinic Director, Final Therapy Clinic.
Considering that the clinic’s psychiatrists including Dr. Anupama Upadhyay (Neuro-psychiatrist), Dr. Nita Kumar (Therapy Designer), and Dr. Sushil Upadhyay (Medical Psychiatrist) are proficient enough to deliver best practices & latest therapies in their respective fields on the internet platform through peer-to-peer video conferencing, FTC has not only implanted its roots well in North India, but also has noticed an increase in its clientele more and more so worldwide. The clinic’s western-inspired infrastructure also includes a 12-bedded inpatient facility that’s designed to handle patients’ needs in a five-star hospital.
Psychiatrists(medical doctors performing medication management)and psychologists (offering psychotherapy with behavioral intervention) in India need to refer to each other in times of need. In order to create a great transformation in patient, a clinic & therapy must attack the problem with a two-pronged solution where psychiatrist & psychologist work in tandem. FTC has poised itself as one such rare gem, which also brings forth its own set of therapies & protocols by blending the best methodologies of all successful therapies under single roof in its proprietary product – Final Therapy, which justifying its name, serves as the final stop for all of its patients’ mental well-being & fortitude.
The American, British & Indian Medical Association have all sanctioned Hypnotherapy as a safe and effective well-being therapy. They consider it as a powerful mode of treatment for psychosomatic ailments when combined with Cognitive Behavior Therapy, which works tenfold faster than any other counseling or therapy. FTP tops the charts amidst the handful of hypnotherapy clinics that can deliver such results. Furthermore, professionals even today rely on western theories and treat patients with barely any socio cultural relevance. To demonstrate, enhancing their children’s learning capability is a priority for almost all Indian parents, but many therapists go deep into this area like FTC does.
FTC's Final Therapy Has Been The Terminus For Many Patients Who Had Been Wandering From One Psychiatrist To Another For Decades, Wasting Their Lives In Depression, Anxiety, And Not Living Joyously
While there are some students with average IQ who perform outstandingly by the virtue of devoting more time to academics, there are some with outstanding IQ who are unable to bank on it in crunch times or exams due to the lack of proper test taking skills (academic tension, exam anxiety, inability to recall and so forth). Albeit FTC’s proprietary protocol Hypnotic IQ Therapy can ameliorate the capabilities of every type of student regardless one’s IQ, it is the latter kind that derives the maximum benefit out of this therapy. The clinic gets countless students gunning for AIIMS & IIT, most of whom are very intelligent and truly endeavor to deal with their situations (lack of concentration, love-related issues and so on) – things they can’t afford to have during their strictly highly regimented curriculum.
Encompassing all these problems very definitively and comprehensively for a prospective student, Hypnotic IQ therapy guides them through a somnambulistic trance, thereby accessing a higher resource state from their consciousness and programs their subconscious mind to increase their already existing IQ. This clearly enhances their ability to retain & recall the information that they’ve already studied and decreases their academic tension. “We access a greater part of their mind and help them use both hemispheres to learn and retain information, which reflects greatly in their performances in exams,” elucidates Nitin.
Its proprietary Perfect Golf Swing Therapy lines up a golfer’s consciousness in for achieving a perfect swing under hypnotic trance, either through a one-on-one session or over internet. While the game’s athletic aspects like swinging technique cannot be altered further, FTC’s therapy transforms the thought process involved in executing the perfect swing. “The perfect swing does require technique. But, when the golfer’s subconscious mind is programmed to execute the perfect swing, it greatly enhances one’s ability to execute it,” explains Nitin. The clinic also teaches a meditation called Hypnotic Golfing that would enable people to experience the joy of golfing anywhere anytime.
Hailing from a family of psychiatrists, Nitin was exposed at an early age to the realm of the mind and was always intrigued by human mind’s transformative aspects. When he got the opportunity to pursue his passion in education, he delved deep into various theories on mind and became well-versed with the art of formulating various temporary & permanent therapies to heal psychosomatic disorders. His migration to India further strengthened his thirst for exploring various avenues of psychology. So he studied Yoga in great detail and was quite astonished when he discovered that all the psychology research from the likes of Harvard & Stanford Research Facilities have proved that the techniques of Yoga Sutras are in fact based on science. This discovery propelled Nitin to fuse the nuances of western psychology with the secret mystical yogic sciences and use that knowledge to transform the hybrid therapy into a practicality. “This was bound to happen sometime in the treatment industry, but we happened to have just jumped on it earlier than later,” remarks Nitin.
While western psychologists stress on fixing the mind, eastern philosophy encourages to turn it off and attain the state of no mind, where one will be biologically, mentally & emotionally sound. Eastern psychology taught Nitin that what Gautama Buddha called as state of bliss’, and other yogis called as Moksha & Nirvana or as western psychologists term it as self-actualization or enlightenment, is no longer a secret or an unattainable illusive state. FTC strongly believes that akin to breathing, enlightenment is also a gift that is programmed into one’s DNA. It’s a human birth right to attain this enlightenment - whether one is a CEO of a large technology company, a labourer or anything in between – one need not to endure centuries of toil to achieve the unveiling; it can happen within the snap of a finger.
By guiding its clients through a state of somnambulism, FTC’s deeply meditative Final Therapy Protocol(FTP) communicates with the practitioner’s subconscious mind to implant the seeds of enlightenment, transforming & illuminating their minds to experience enlightenment. “When you come out of trance, and carry on with your usual life, the practitioner comes to a realization that the subconscious mind propagates the truth of enlightenment that has been implanted into their subconscious mind to the fleeting conscious mind. Quite literally, you can have your Eureka moment – an incident of enlightenment, when you’re merely just out walking,” explains Nitin.
Addiction therapy being his forte, Nitin treats patients wrestling with any kind of addiction, be it heroin, cocaine, marijuana, nicotine, alcohol, or prescription drugs and addiction to food which most people wrestle with. Rather than using food as sustenance, some people use food as a drug to control their mood and self medicate. When they end up gaining weight, they misinterpret that they have a weight problem, while their real problem lies in their relationship with food. When a brain is addicted to something, it releases neurotransmitters waiting for one to deliver nicotine, heroin, alcohol or any drug of choice. Once that neurotransmitter gets that drug, it will release dopamine. “When you reach the state of no mind, all the neurotransmitters that make a person feel healthy will find a fine state of equilibrium and hence their addiction is gone in an instant,” adds Nitin.
Nowadays, depression is a word that gets thrown around a lot. Consequently, a person with a vitamin deficiency is quite often misdiagnosed /self-diagnosed as depressed. Hence, when FTC receives a patient for depression, it meticulously diagnoses them to ensure whether they have clinical depression and refers them to a psychiatrist who tries different anti-depressants. If it fails, the patient is sent to a neuropsychiatrist who performs higher level pathological therapies. FTC also adeptly conducts corporate events, training, stress & anxiety relief programs which enhance corporate collective consciousness.
Having established tie-ups all the way up to highly respected clinics in America, FTC is also deploying its therapies via the internet for international clients, who seem to be benefiting more from these therapies than the domestic market. Giving us a taste of his therapy, Nitin suggests a meditation practice that will work even right now – “Drop whatever you’re doing. Sit, close your eyes, and notice going deeper with every inhale and exhale. The deeper you go, the more relaxed you feel. The more relaxed you feel, the deeper you go. In the next 30 seconds, breathe-in even deeper until you notice a sense of calm & peace taking-over your whole-being, realizing that you have accessed a transformative & higher resource state. Akin to rebooting and defragmenting a computer, by performing this instant practice, you will feel a difference in your energy level; with every exhale, the dullness will get flushed out, and with every inhale a strong nurturing will be experienced by the body and mind. And after 30 seconds of doing this, let your inner eye open now, and open your eyes. This practice and gift can be redeemed anytime and anywhere. Practice this often”.
Addiction therapy being his forte, Nitin elegantly performs the role of CEO of Final Therapy Clinic, and cures patients wrestling with any kind of addiction.
Dr. Amita is a national award winning professional who is blessed with a gift for treating patients.
Awards: ‘Hypnotherapist of the Year - 2017-18’ by Indian Association of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis(IACAH)Bangalore
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