"Different in what way?"
I have a very objective approach to hypnotherapy. I don't think of hypnosis as something you include at the end of a list of "specialties" as an afterthought. Simply put, I don't have a bunch of "alternative" therapies I'm hoping to sell you.
The American Medical Association issued a policy statement that recognized hypnosis as "a legitimate treatment in medicine and dentistry." The American Psychological Association called hypnosis "A powerful, effective therapeutic technique for a wide range of conditions, including pain, anxiety and mood disorders." And further stated: "Hypnosis can also help people change their habits, such as quitting smoking."
Hypnosis has been proven to get results. It's all I do because it's what works.
Here are a few more things about me that you might want to be aware of:
Hypnosis has a long record of successes. It is scientifically verified, and it will work for you.