New classes starting in January 2011 at Whatcom Community College

We’re offering 4 classes at Whatcom Community College starting in January. We’ll do Weight Control through Hypnosis and Quit Smoking with Hypnosis, which we’ve offered before, and 2 brand new classes:  Goal Setting for Success, and Hypnosis for Students to Enhance Focus and Reduce Test Anxiety.

Weight Control through Hypnosis

This class is about identifying and putting into practice simple and specific steps that will help you deal with your specific challenges–in a completely positive and supportive environment. We’ll use hypnosis to strengthen and support your motivation for change, develop mindfulness as a daily practice, and to reinforce your vision for maintaining a healthy weight.  This 3-session class is a condensed version of the Weight Control program that I offer individual clients, and it’s a bargain at $75–the same fee as a single session in my office.

Quit Smoking with Hypnosis

Hypnosis is a tried and true method for quitting smoking.  In this one-evening class, we’ll use hypnosis to reinforce your deepest desire for a healthy, smoke-free life,  develop alternative responses to the triggers that drive your smoking habit, and reinforce the many benefits of quitting.  Come ready to reprogram your mind and body and leave cigarettes behind for good.

New class: Goal Setting for Success

It’s the New Year, and we will do it: set goals for ourselves that we can’t possibly meet, or worse, that end up making us feel we’ve failed. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Based on new research about motivation, and on proven hypnosis techniques, this class provides support in developing, pursuing, and achieving your short- or long-term goals.

New class–Enhance Focus and Reduce Test Anxiety

Although designed for students, this class will work for anyone who wants to improve the ability to focus and concentrate, and to retain the subject matter when it’s needed.  This single session provides tools both for learning and for eliminating test anxiety (performance anxiety).

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