|Posted on January 14, 2016 at 5:00 PM||comments (10)|
In 2016 you can begin a new career. Training is now available in Denver at America's Academy for Hypnotherapists. This is one of the fasting growing careers in the health and education industries. People are looking for assistance to make changes in their lives. They want help with those changes. They could go to a Life Coach but they are stuck. Their conscious mind says, "Go back to school, go interview for that job, go enter into that race, quit smoking, quit eating so much, quit biting your fingernails, etc. The subconscious and conscious minds are in conflict with one another so the task is never completed. A great hypnotherapist can facilitate the client to make these needed changes for themselves effortlessly.
What are your thoughts on this fast growing profession?
Dr. Carol Ann Watson
|Posted on January 13, 2016 at 7:25 AM||comments (1)|
Be aware that there are many ways to gain control over your life and create the personal growth you need to be successful personally and professionally. One way to change your habits and optimize your personal growth process is through learning the art of hypnotherapy. We do not endorse stage hypnosis at America's Academy of Coaching, Counseling, & Hypnotherapy because we do not believe in humiliating someone to have fun and unfortunately sometimes that happens with Stage Hypnosis. Laughing at yourself can be healthy but if you are still suffering from some trauma or unprocessed bullying from your past, Stage Hypnosis can cause harm. What are your ideas? Dr. Carol Ann Watson
|Posted on January 13, 2016 at 7:15 AM||comments (0)|
Forbes Magazine has rated Denver, Colorado as the 6 best city in the United States to do business. Forbes states “Denver ‘s relatively central location makes it a natural location as a distribution hub for the American West, while also supporting a number of growing industries in technology and telecommunications. Its location just east of the mineral-rich Rocky Mountain range encouraged mining and energy companies to spring up in the area, making the energy industry another staple of Denver's economy. Denver is home to many nationally recognized museums, including a new wing for the Denver Art Museum, the second largest performing arts center in the nation after Lincoln Center in New York City and bustling neighborhoods such as LoDo (lower downtown), filled with art galleries, restaurants, bars and clubs. Because of its proximity to the mountains, and generally sunny weather, Denver has gained a reputation as being a very active, outdoor oriented city.”
This endorsement of Denver as great location for growing industries in technology and telecommunications and as a place to live means that there is expanded opportunity for the emerging professions of Hypnotherapy and Life Coaching. This is true, because a young and vibrant population will be attracted to the Denver area and this population will want to improve their skills and strengthen their confidence in their current profession. Life Coaching and Hypnotherapy both have a proven track record in helping people improve their lives both personally and professionally. If you want to take advantage of these new opportunities, a career in Life Coaching and Hypnotherapy may be right for you. Now is the time to explore the possibilities offered by becoming a Life Coach or a Hypnotherapist!
|Posted on January 13, 2016 at 7:10 AM||comments (1)|
Life Coaching and Hypnotherapy are two processes that help clients work through a variety of concerns and issues. These include Motivation and Time Management, Finance, Relationships, Stress Management and Balancing Life’s Demands, Supporting Creativity, Personal Growth, Confidence, Career Growth and Change and Health and Life Style Management. While Hypnotherapy works directly with the subconscious to affect these concerns and issues Life Coaching takes a less direct route. Both are effective and the practice of each depends on the need of the client and the interest of the practitioner. While one can be both a Life Coach and Hypnotherapist the training and methods differ enough to make them separate practices.
|Posted on January 13, 2016 at 7:10 AM||comments (0)|
Some physicians are looking at hypnotherapy as a tool for helping patients manage pain and for relaxation, as well as other issues.Addictive behaviors may be reduced through hypnosis because it aids in relaxation which opens the mind to suggestion; and making the client more open and accepting of the cause of their addiction, be it smoking, over eating or drug abuse.
Some hypnotherapists might be able to move into resolving deep personal issues with the client. Although for the most part this type of approach is better left in the hands of a licensed a psychologist; it essential that the hypnotherapist know when to refer to another professional with more training and experience, although cooperative work between the psychotherapist and the hypnotherapist may be an option in some cases.
As a tool for soothing the mind and opening new insights for people suffering from addictions, hypnotherapy may receive greater consideration as researchers look to improve treatment opportunities for individuals’ compulsions and addictions.
|Posted on January 13, 2016 at 7:10 AM||comments (0)|
At some time during your day today sit in a comfortable spot pick a spot on the wall and focus on it. Take ten deep breaths and repeat twenty-one times: “Today is a wonderful day, I can cope with anything that comes my way.” Now go and enjoy your day. You are in control of you.