Lily Masco is a certified clinical hypnotist who helps people make desired changes in their lives so they can thrive as their best selves.
Lily is a Franco-American Marist College graduate in Communication and Psychology. She is a certified member of the IACT (International Association of Counselors & Therapists) as an integrative hypnotist and life coach.
Amongst various certifications in Hypnosis and Neuroplasticity, Lily is certified by Melissa Tiers through the Center for Integrative Hypnosis in Integrative Hypnosis and Coaching the Unconscious Mind. She is also an internationally registered Sexual Freedom Hypnosis practitioner certified by Kaz Riley through HypMastery.
In order to maximize efficiency, Lily incorporates into her sessions: neuro-linguistic programming, neuroplasticity, various therapeutic modalities, as well as conversational and traditional, Eriksonian hypnosis.
Lily has helped clients with various life changes, objectives and goals. These include, but are not limited to addressing: generalized anxiety, social anxiety, depression, pain management, addictions, phobias, procrastination and relationships of all sorts.
Though Lily helps a wide range of clients, she specializes in weight-related struggles and creating a healthy mind-body connection in every way. She approaches weight-loss on a deeper level than just reaching a number on a scale.
She can clear underlying emotional causes, neutralize triggers, stop cravings, create aversions, increase motivation, and build healthier habits relating to movement, hydration, sleep & nutrition. She can also address associated consequences, such as issues with body image, self-identification, confidence, physical pain, sexual dysfunctions or difficulties with intimacy.
Given Lily’s dance background, she also assists dancers, gymnasts, yoga practitioners and performers in order to improve and increase performance, flexibility, confidence, motivation, creativity and inspiration. She can also assist with performance anxiety and stage fright in front of big audiences or even in small class settings.