Do you often find yourself putting the needs of others at your own expense? Do you struggle with negative self-talk and low self-esteem? Hypnosis for self-love may help you get rid of these habits and start a more loving relationship with yourself.Read More
Awww, sweets! Those sugar cravings when you’re stressed can quickly get out of hand, right? Now, if you’re looking for a good approach to curb your desire for sweet food, hypnosis for sugar addiction just might be what you need.
Now, let’s first talk about why you’re eating a chocolate chip cookie at 2 in the morning. Read More
Are you tired of ‘yo-yo dieting’—when you lose a lot of weight on good days then pile it back again when you lose the momentum? Do you feel like you need inner work done because your weight loss efforts eventually go to waste? We have the perfect guide you need to consider hypnosis for weight loss online.
Yes, maybe it’s time to tap into the subconscious mind to lose the weight for good. Read More
There’s often confusion surrounding meditation and self-hypnosis. Are they just two different terms for the same thing? Or are they completely different?
There’s no cut-and-dry answer. There are so many types of meditation. Some of them are quite similar to self-hypnosis, while others are certainly not.
Both are impressive tools when used properly and consistently.
What do you think of when you think of meditation? You might have visions of a yogi or monk sitting quietly in solitude.
What comes to mind when you consider self-hypnosis? Maybe you think of a psychologist. Perhaps you remember the stage hypnotist you saw in high school that made some of your fellow students cluck like chickens. Read further to understand some of the differences between meditation and self-hypnosis.
Past lives are intriguing. What if you can go back to a past life? Well, we’re sharing how you can use hypnosis for past life regression.
But first, let’s have a little background about past lives.Read More
Having obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) can be hard and at worst, crippling. Especially with a pandemic going on, even just the thought of riding public transport or going out to work is enough to give you anxious thoughts, right? So, let’s talk about how you can use hypnotherapy for OCD.
But first, how common is OCD?
There are approximately 2.2 M in the US suffering from OCD, and that’s about 1% of the population according to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America. Women are as much affected as men. Moreover, OCD symptoms typically show at 14 years old.
Ever wondered what happens during a trance? Is trance a mysterious spell cast over somebody? Do people really lose control over their minds when they’re in a hypnotic trance? Well, this trance hypnosis post will answer your burning questions about this topic.Read More
Register now for a LIVE online class, and start changing lives today.
This training confers Certification through the International Certification Board of Clinical Hypnotherapists (ICBCH)
The class will be taught by clinical hypnotherapist and integrative life coach Carla Chalah. Carla is an ICBCH and NGH certified trainer with over 12 years of private practice experience. She has trained with world-renowned trainers and mentors. As the owner and lead hypnotherapist of Hemisphere Hypnotherapyand EveryBody in Mind Wellness Center in Sudbury, MA she brings extensive experience, skill, and knowledge to her students. Also, stay tuned for some surprise guest speakers.
Join us for an informative Q&A session with live demos and bonus hypnotic techniques, and meet your instructor every Thursday 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM.
Click here to Register for the Q&A. https://everybodymind.com/event/qa-session-hypnosis-certification-class/
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN in this 8 WEEK ONLINE Hypnosis Certification Class
This course uses a framework that ensures that each student can immediately begin offering safe, effective Hypnosis sessions upon completion of the course.
Topics covered will include:
Hypnosis – What it is and what it ISN’T
Overview of the history and profession of hypnosis
Explaining the conscious and subconscious mind
How brain wave states are affected by hypnosis
Explaining hypnosis – develop your elevator speech and overcome objections
Screening and interviewing prospective clients
Behavioral assessment and goal setting
Goal Image Focusing Technique (GIFT)
Trance depth testing and deepening
The Pre-Talk – setting your sessions up for success by establishing rapport
Hypnotic suggestions and anchors
Hypnotic language patterns and writing your own script
Emerging the client from hypnosis
Programs for the most common issues people seek hypnosis for: Smoking cessation, weight loss, and stress reduction
Cautions and Contraindications for Hypnosis
Ethics and standards of practice
Individual and group programs
In-person and virtual practice
Marketing your new skills
And so much more!
To be eligible to register for this class, the student must have the ability to join our virtual class via Zoom.
Weekly skills practice and assignments will help reinforce your skills and increase your confidence. Headphones and a wired ethernet connection are strongly recommended. Classes are scheduled according to Eastern Time, so please be aware of the time difference based on location. This is a LIVE, online course, and class size is limited to ensure that every student gets what they need. Student participation is vital in class time, so please be prepared to share and ask questions. There are no refunds, but if for some reason a student is not able to attend the class series, funds may be applied for future training.
INVEST IN YOURSELF, TRANSFORM YOUR CAREER
Class begins on January 26th, 2023
8 Thursdays – 6:30 pm-9:30 pm EST
While pop culture might suggest that you need a swinging pendulum to get someone hypnotized, hypnosis isn’t like that. Hypnotherapists don’t use it to brainwash or control people’s minds. In this post, we’ll discuss the most common uses of hypnosis today.Read More
If you’re struggling with binge eating, you know that this disorder can be crippling. It can wreak havoc on not only your self-esteem but your day-to-day life. Medicines are available for treatment but they may come with unwanted side effects. Thankfully, there are approaches you might want to try such as hypnosis for binge eating.
Let’s talk a bit about binge eating first before we get into hypnosis.