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Hypnosis demands precision and talent. In collaboration with leading experts, doctors and research partners from around the world

Oneleaf develops evidence-based guided self-hypnosis programs for outcomes across all major wellness issues.

In collaboration with leading experts, doctors and research partners from around the world


What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a state of focused attention and heightened suggestibility where people become more receptive to new ideas.You actually enter hypnosis states everyday: think about those times when you lose yourself in a book or movie—when the outside world fades away and your mind is completely absorbed in what you’re reading or watching: this is exactly what it feels like to be in a hypnosis-like state. And in this relaxed state, your mind is fully opened to receive the learnings and suggestions that are aligned with your goal.

What is guided self-hypnosis?

Guided self-hypnosis allows you to experience the benefits of the hypnotic state from the comfort of your home: you can practice anytime, anywhere while remaining in complete control. This form of hypnosis involves the use of tools such as recorded instructions and music to induce a hypnotic state.

What happens in your brain?

Anterior Singular Cortex
This part of your brain will quiet down, just like it does during meditation.

Executive Control System
The forehead part of your brain will turn on and send messages to your brain once they hear suggestions. Of course, your brain will pick suggestions that they want to hear.

Why does it work?

Brain-imaging studies have shown that hypnosis activates areas of the brain associated with absorption, the brain-body connection and disassociation. Hypnosis harnesses these effects to help you change how you experience symptoms & their triggers.

What happens during a session?

During a session, you will close your eyes and Oneleaf will use prompts and visualizations to guide you into a relaxed and focused state (similar to meditation). Once you reach this state where your mind is more receptive to new ideas, Oneleaf will teach you coping skills and provide suggestions for improving your health.

Will it work for me?

Research shows that hypnosis works for most people, with 3 out of 4 people responding to guided self-hypnosis. We offer a free-trial for all our programs so you can try for free.


Every change is self-change

As humans, very often, we have a rational idea of what we want to do, but there is another part of us that might be onboard with it, or not. When it is not, we use willpower to bridge the gap.

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Evidence based programs

Proven results & outcomes for people who complete our programs

Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the idea that occupational practices ought to be based on scientific evidence. The bedrock of Oneleaf is based on its Program's success and this is the most important source of truth for the company.

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Advisory board

Oneleaf is building an advisory board with doctors and researchers to create even more amazing programs addressing major wellness issues.



Understand the power of self-hypnosis

Self-hypnosis is a focused and absorbed state of attention, where you become more receptive to new ideas. You actually go into a natural hypnotic state every single day.

Scientific Advisory Board

Laurent Taton

Hôpitaux de Paris

Dr. Taton discovered hypnosis when he started studying medicine. Today, Dr. Taton practices hypnotherapy in his private practice and in a public hospital. He treats patients suffering from addiction, anxiety disorders or trying to lose weight among other things.

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Judith Prochaska

Stanford University

Clinical health psychology and Professor of Medicine at Stanford University, member of the Stanford Cancer Institute, fellow and past president of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco.

Emily Balcetis

New York University

Associate Professor of Psychology at New York University, award-winning social psychologist, lecturer, TEDx speaker and author of more than seventy scientific publications.

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