Meet Bev

Hypnosis Works…

When everything else fails

I know FIRST HAND, that medicine is not always the only (or best) answer. 

After a car accident, I discovered for myself, that despite all of the advances in traditional medical care, I was unable to heal my shoulder injury… and because of that, I was unable to do my work in massage.

While desperately searching for a solution, I found a library book about self-hypnosis, read it cover-to-cover, and followed every word.

Within a month, my shoulder was healed.

It was then, that I realized I needed to help others through hypnosis and became a certified hypnotherapist.

Want to better understand Hypnosis? Check out “Questions & Misconceptions.”

Holistic Care for Whole People

By combining the holistic modalities of hypnosis, NLP, Reiki, and aromatherapy (essential oils) with her traditional medical background, Beverly offers a client-centered body-mind-spirit approach to support you on your journey. She provides a safe, supportive environment for healing and works with you to find your own inner healer, guiding you to live a healthier, more balanced life, and restoring the joy of living and vitality to your life.

Beverly works with clients both virtually and in person – so I can help you, regardless of where in the world you live.

About Beverly


Beverly Hamilton (CHt, LMT, CIMI, Reiki Master) is a certified hypnotherapist, trained through the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapy, and continuously furthers her studies in the field of medical hypnosis.

Beverly has been a healthcare professional for over 30 years. She worked as a registered respiratory therapist for over 25 years, then as a licensed massage therapist and Reiki Master. As a massage therapist, she specialized in pregnancy massage and massage to enhance fertility… serving women during their childbearing years and beyond.

As Beverly transitioned from massage therapy to Hypnosis, it was a natural choice to continue to serve women during their child-bearing years with the 3Keys® Hypnotherapy and 3 Keys® HypnoBirth programs.

She also served nine years as adjunct faculty and student preceptor in the Community College of Baltimore County Essex Massage Therapy Program, teaching Swedish Massage, & Ethics, and Business Management.

“The birth of my child was not what I expected. I ended up having an emergency c-section. I was so grateful for the hypnosis sessions with Bev. They empowered me to stay calm and centered the entire time. I could hear her voice, ‘My baby is coming to me in just the right time and just the right way.’”

–Martha Ann, Baltimore, MD

Hypnosis Certifications

3 Keys® HypnoFertility | 3 Keys® HypnoBirth | Weight Management | Pain Management | IBS | Fibromyalgia | Smoking Cessation

Beverly is also an ordained minister and is available to perform wedding ceremonies.


Questions & Misconceptions

What is Hypnosis?

Very simply, hypnosis is a state of being – between awake and sleep. It is a very natural state and is entered into many times a day, such as, when experiencing repetition, reading a book, watching TV, daydreaming, or just zoning out.

It is said that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. The hypnotist is merely a guide. During a session, the hypnotic state is reached through guided concentration and deep relaxation. Hypnosis allows the body and the conscious mind to relax while the subconscious mind remains open to receive and respond to suggestions. In this state, the mind is empowered to create positive change by clearing blocks, changing faulty reasoning, and releasing old thoughts and patterns that hold one back from achieving their goals and living life to the fullest.

Hypnosis has become a well-respected and scientifically researched modality. Recent advancements in the scientific and medical communities mean that hypnosis is becoming more and more accepted, as a mainstream intervention.

Myths & Misconceptions – #1

Hypnosis is sleep / I might not awaken.

Even though the eyes are closed during a hypnosis session, one remains fully conscious during the session. Since one is never truly asleep, there is no reason to fear not waking up.

Myths & Misconceptions – #2

I can’t be hypnotized.

Anyone with normal physiological and psychological functions can be hypnotized. One must only be willing to undergo hypnosis.

Myths & Misconceptions – #3

People do things under hypnosis that are against their morals or values.

During hypnosis, one does not detach from the ego and remains in full control. If a client were to hear something they did not agree with, they would simply refuse the suggestion, laugh at it or exit the hypnotic state.