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With his 23+ years of experience helping thousands of people bring out the good in themselves to cope with difficult situations, he lovingly helps people bring out the best in relationships, coping, and their spirituality and performance.
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Tag Archives: hypnosis
I wanted to share an experience that I had with you. Some of you who come to see me know that one of my hobbies is bagpiping. Yes, if you see me for therapy, you’ll be the first kid on … Continue reading
I forgot to mention that I am no longer taking ASL classes. Yes, I enjoyed them. However, after doing some further research, I learned that there really isn’t a market for doing psychotherapy with deaf individuals and their families in … Continue reading
So, I bet you are wondering what my trip to Kripalu was like. This is the trip that I mentioned earlier, in which I stated that I was going to get hypnosis training. It was pretty nice! Kripalu (http://www.kripalu.org) is … Continue reading
http://www.argusleader.com/article/20100510/LIFE/100510024/1004/life What I like about this article is that it also includes a decent set of instructions as to how to set up a walking program. Exercise has been considered a good adjunct to psychotherapy and meds in terms of … Continue reading
http://chicagopsychology.org/hypnosis/review-of-what-should-we-mean-by-empirical-validation-in-hypnotherapy/ This article is a review of another article which discusses the current status of how researchers view the efficacy of the use of clinical hypnosis in a variety of problem areas. It may be helpful in understanding what the … Continue reading