Can you free your fearful inner voice to see a great tomorrow?
Does overthinking typically lead to bad results or regretful inaction?
Would you like to learn how to help panicked people instantly?
Are you the person who everyone goes to with personal problems?
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
from 7:00-9:00 pm.
Almost anyone can learn hypnosis tools for self-use or to help others. Learning and mastering the tools can provide access to additional income, expand careers, and create amazing Pay It Forward opportunities that can significantly improve people’s lives.
Many clinical counselors, therapists and other mental health providers are now including hypnosis in their clinical skills. They are discovering that clients are making full recoveries from emotional and behavioral problems that are commonly medicated or treated without curing the issues. Applying this skill can work for teachers, nurses, coaches, paramedics, religious leaders, students, and parents.
There is a vast body of clinical research supporting the use of hypnosis for pain management, anxiety, depression, over-worrying, forgetfulness, couple’s communication, intimacy, concentration, academic learning, test preparation, child birthing, dental work, stress release, confidence building, and scores of other situations and problems.
Whether you are considering becoming a Certified Professional Hypnotist or simply wanting to learn the tools and skills to help yourself and others, we invite you to attend a special 2-hour introduction on Wednesday, July 17 at 7:00 pm. Dr. Marty Lerman, a 30-year mental health provider, teacher, author and clinical supervisor, will lead the discussion and demonstrations. Doc Marty is an internationally certified hypnotherapy instructor (ICBCH) and will again be teaching the 150-hour certification hypnosis course this fall.
The program will be in the conference room where Allied Mental Health Services is located, 1525 Lakeville Dr., Kingwood, Texas 77339. For more information or to RSVP to attend this free presentation, please call 281-812-3322. Seating is limited.