Richard shares his incredible journey to psychology and hypnotherapy along with his insight into children’s mental health, the science of the spiritual and his NDEs.
Get in-depth look into Human Givens modality and the associated techniques. Learn how and why they outpace traditional talk therapy and how she uses these tools in her practice.
Using the Harrison Assessment to speed up a diagnosis and move to healing is a game changer. Find how this approach combined with other powerful tools is used and what that means for dealing with trauma, substance abuse and maladaptive behaviors.
Rick talks about the top 5 “misses” for hypnotists and hypnotherapists (or anyone in the helping fields). From what makes change effective, using the right techniques to if it’s really okay to be part time in this business.
Bob chats about how his music career led him to hypnotherapy, the (maybe controversial) reason why he won’t train new hypnotherapists, why slow change isn’t a bad thing, the origin of The Swan and the power of placebos.
What does it mean to facilitate change for clients? Do you really need fancy hypnotherapy tactics or can you keep it simple? How can you move from trance state to trance state? Freddy shares why believes change should be easy and accessible. He talks about intention, keeping it simple and what every new (or not) practitioner must know.
This is an exploration of the conscious mind, that may sound a bit woo woo, but is actually based in science supported by research. Mark literally wrote the book on using evidence to question the paradigm that the brain produces consciousness. We also discuss the stigma around these conversations and sharing these ideas that refute conventional wisdom, but not ancient ideas.
New coaches often do not understand the inherent value of coaching; it’s not that complicated!
We start off with a little Neuroplasticity, then have a candid conversation about alcoholism and recovery from Dr. Will’s personal and professional life. What are the problems with traditional treatment? Why do rehab and 12 Step Programs work for some and not others? Get ready to re-think chemical dependency entirely.
Stop making your life overly complicated and get back to the basics of health! Join me as I talk with holistic healer, wellness, and meditation expert Dr. Edith Ubuntu Chan, who wrote the best-selling book, “SuperWellness: Become Your Own Best Healer” on how to use meditation and other free, readily available tools in order to find happiness, truth, and wholeness again.