Hello. I’d like to tell you a little bit more about myself. I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Social Work from Wichita State University, and received advanced training as an Addictions Counselor from The Kansas Association of Addiction Professionals.
I started my career as a state certified alcohol and drug counselor, and worked for several years at an inpatient treatment facility in Wichita, Kansas. While there, I noticed a lack of counseling services for women which inspired me to create the first treatment program exclusively for women in my area. I owned and operated that program for over 14 years.
The center I created was successful and I always had long waiting lists for those wanting to enter the program. Many of my clients were able to completely turn their lives around, but many did not. I often wondered what I could do to improve the services that I provided, and was always trying to learn how to be more helpful to my clients.
In 2002, I entered The College of Transformational Hypnotherapy. I began using hypnotherapy with my clients and was really impressed with the results. I completed my doctorate program in Clinical Hypnotherapy in 2006. I ended up selling my rehab business, opened a hypnotherapy office, and have been a full-time hypnotherapist for over a decade. I am a member in good standing with the National Guild of Hypnotists.
Hypnosis is slowly becoming more accepted by the general public, and I have helped educate people about hypnosis in my city. I’ve been featured in several local news publications, and have appeared on local television discussing the benefits of hypnosis. I believe that this exciting and effective approach for helping people improve their lives will soon become universally accepted. I have happily spent the last two decades of my life helping others, and have dedicated my life to helping people break out of their old paradigms and reach their true potential.