Booze, religion, and therapy not doing enough to calm you down as the economy implodes? How about hypnotism? New York hypnotherapists report that business has surged in recent weeks, a trend that started following the collapse of Bear Stearns in March. As for what you actually get for $60 to $150 per session, you may be given some tips on how to adjust your "negative thinking," or you may pick up a soothing mantra for these fretful times like "Money is energy that comes and goes." And you don't even have to show up in person either, since some practicioners are more than happy to dispense their wisdom via email or text. Given you don't need any credentials—or even a license—to practice hypotherapy, perhaps the best advice they could give you to get over your financial problems is to set up shop as a hypnotherapist yourself. (Hey, it's more lucrative than turning to bartending.) After the jump, video of a spooky Manhattan hynotherapist named Jacob Bimblic explaining his appeal to the Wall Street crowd.