YES! The only requirement is that the person must want to experience hypnosis and give consent because, as mentioned before, no one can be hypnotized against their will. That said, every person is a unique individual. Therefore, how you will be hypnotized must cater to your specific individuality. You do not take in information the same way as others do, so you will not respond to the same hypnosis techniques that others do. My job is to find out how you take in information, or your suggestibility, in order to give you the most fulfilling and effective hypnotic experience. The most important thing to remember is that a client must want to receive hypnosis in order for it to be effective. All that being said, some people still may feel they are unable to be hypnotized. Under hypnosis, your mind may wander. You may wonder if you locked the door, or what you will eat for dinner tonight, for instance; but this is completely normal. Even though you may not feel hypnotized, your subconscious is still being accessed and will pick up everything that is said under hypnosis.