We can even help people who want to change their attitude from negative to positive, stop a habit or help people improve test-taking.
Friendswood, TX (PRWEB) June 29, 2011
Julie Nise, in her characteristically relaxed form, shared the inside scoop about hypnosis with Clear Lake Networking Group (CLNG) members.
After briefing the group on some of the myths and facts about hypnosis, she took questions from the audience. “Hypnosis can be used to accomplish many things“ said Julie. She gave examples of the more common uses, such as weight loss and smoking cessation, but went on to comment, “We can even help people who want to change their attitude from negative to positive, stop a habit or help people improve test-taking.”
She asked for a volunteer with an issue that they were struggling with. A highly effective Neuro-linguistic Programming technique was demonstrated in front of the group with the man who wanted to stop drinking so many sodas. He reported a desire level for sodas as 8 (on a scale of 10) before she started. After the imagination-based exercise, he reported his desire had dropped to a 4, and he found he was really enjoying the glass of water that was provided as a replacement.
Julie is part of a national group of highly trained hypnotists called IHTA, International Hypnosis Training Association. The program Julie and this group uses has been successful over the last 20 years and with over 25,000 people, so their methods bring consistent results.
About Julie Nise
Julie holds a B.A. from Whittier College with a dual area of emphasis in both Business Administration and psychology. She earned her M.A. from Pepperdine University in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in marriage, family and child counseling. She achieved her credentialing in professional hypnosis in 2005.
Julie is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Texas. Julie is also a Certified Hypnotist and a national speaker at hypnosis training events. She is a professional member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and the International Hypnosis Federation.