Date & Time
6:00 pm - 7:45 pm
Rewire your brain and transform bad habits. Methods drawn from the discipline of hypnosis offer us some of the easiest-to-learn and most effective techniques in mind-body transformation. In this class you will learn some of the most powerful ways of changing habituated patterns of thought, feeling, and behavior. You will learn techniques to change negative emotional states and eliminate unhealthy cravings, and simple self-healing methods to rebalance the body and mind. Integrative Hypnosis draws from clinical hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, cognitive psychology, energy psychology, mind-body medicine, and current neuroscience research to change unconscious patterns and help you make improvements in every area of your life.
A Weekly Class
(4 Sessions) Tuesdays, May 22 – June 12, 2018, 6:00 – 7:45 pm
Members $135/ Nonmembers $145
Integrative Life Coaching: Coaching the Unconscious Mind
Hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistics and Cognitive Neuroscience Techniques: A 4-day Certification Training
Thursday-Sunday, May 31 – June 3, 2018, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
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“Her influence has transformed the way I practice psychiatry.” – Anthony J. Tranguch, M.D., PhD
“Whether you are just starting, or have years in practice, you will always get more than you might imagine. Melissa Tiers is simply an amazing teacher. She makes learning an enjoyable event, or beginning of an event, really, because as you get more comfortable using the skills, you will find yourself thinking: “Oh! That works on so many levels!” Melissa is a walking reference library and will amaze with the depth and scope of her knowledge.” – Dan Cleary, Hypnosis instructor and author of Targeting Pain
“Melissa Tiers is an exceptional hypnosis educator. I highly recommend her courses.” – Michael Ellner – Diplomat International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association
“Melissa’s hypnosis and life coaching courses were life changing! She’s the best.” – Sueanne Campbell, Cht.
“She is a remarkable teacher, practitioner and scholar.” – Celene Krauss, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology, Kean University
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