Thursday, August 16, 2012

Impressions from the NGH Convention


This past weekend Baron and I attended the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) annual conference in Marlborough, Massachusetts. One would think that spending three days, sitting in lectures for about 12 hours each day would be immensely boring. Not in the least! The speakers were fascinating and informative, and we left on Sunday afternoon with a new sense of pride and exhilaration for the hypnosis profession. While each hypnotist/hypnotherapist has their own personal, unique style, their goal is the same – to enrich their clients' life with a positive outlook and help them make positive changes, by "tweaking" their subconscious mind!

One of the big decisions we made at the conference was to be trained and become certified in 5 Path Hypnotherapy, taught by Calvin Banyan. Cal is one of the world's most respected and successful hypnotherapists, and his "Five Path Advanced Transformational Hypnosis ™" course will enable us to increase our skills and assist our clients overcome subconscious issues that have prevented them from leading fulfilling lives.

Another big change in our business model... we will be offering Free Initial Consultations, for anyone that calls and wants to live a more positive life, but is unsure or uninformed about hypnosis. Call today for your free consultation at 717-525-7408.

3 comments:

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