Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) December 9, 2007
Ontario Hypnosis Centre Hosts: World Hypnotism Day, January 4, 2008.
January 4 is the day when professionals in the field of hypnotism from various organizations around the world will be sharing expertise and promoting the truths and benefits of hypnotism. This year marks the fourth annual World Hypnotism Day and with New Year resolutions facing us, the timing is perfect. At this year's free seminar, hosted by Dr. Georgina Cannon of the Ontario Hypnosis Centre, she explains that you can learn to beat the Resolution Blues and succeed at your goals.
The first World Hypnotism Day in January of 2005 proved to one of the most impressive displays of professionalism and sharing of knowledge and skills by hypnotists globally. Talks, interviews, workshops and articles were available around the world. Now it's time to come out and learn more about how hypnotism can help you, especially for your New Years resolutions. This free seminar on hypnosis will cover topics such as what it is, how it works, what it can be used for as well as how we all use self-hypnosis without knowing it.
This event takes place at the Comfort Suites (200 Dundas Street East) in the Mullock Room (2nd Floor) from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Participants can register by e-mail at email@example.com or by calling 416.489.0333. Dr. Cannon will be available for interviews from 5:30 p.m.-6:45 p.m.
Hypnotism is a safe and effective intervention for a variety of motivational, self-improvement and goal setting situations. It is natural and free of side effects, and when performed by a competent certified practitioner the results are long lasting and often permanent.
Guidelines of Practice
The National Guild of Hypnotists has ethical guidelines, to which all members must adhere and hold to the ideal that hypnotism should be practiced in a free and open manner in line with all national and regional requirements. NGH Hypnotists are not practicing medical or mental health doctors (unless additional credentials are held by the member hypnotist). Hypnotists do not diagnose disease, but can help as an adjunct to conventional medical or mental health interventions. They have our own unique non-diagnostic language, which they use with clients in order to help them achieve their desired changes.
About Dr. Georgina Cannon
Dr. Georgina Cannon is a Doctor of Metaphysical Counselling, NLP Master, Timeline practitioner, and accredited Instructor for the National Guild of Hypnotists, the Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association and the International Board of Regression Therapies and is on the Advisory Board of the National Guild of Hypnotists. Known as North America's spokesperson for hypnotism, Dr. Cannon is the Director of the Ontario Hypnosis Centre in Toronto, Ontario where she spends much of her time speaking with and teaching dentists, doctors and business people about the applications of hypnosis and hypnotherapy and enhancing their knowledge and awareness of hypnosis and the dynamic healing potential of the soul.
About the Ontario Hypnosis Centre
For more then ten years, the Ontario Hypnosis Centre has been Canada's foremost hypnosis training school and the largest freestanding hypnotherapy school and clinic in Ontario and offers personal, caring hypnotherapy counseling for habit change, motivation and dealing with emotional issues. For more information, please visit http://www.ont-hypnosis-centre.com
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