“What I love about Melissa is that she’s one of those teacher who can make you think differently about those mundane, in-between moments in life like a waiting room or a commute. The practical techniques she goes over in this course have the potential to transform those moments into meaningful opportunities for productive reflection and growth.” —S.A.
Integrative Self-Hypnosis is a powerful method for improving your mind-body and emotions. In this 4-week online course — packed with techniques for self-growth — you will learn many rapid ways to shift negative emotional states, beliefs and habituated patterns. You’ll learn different approaches to discovering your internal thoughts and feelings, and how to use those to achieve your goals and motivate yourself. Integrative Self-Hypnosis combines classical hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, and cognitive, behavioral and energy psychology, as well as the latest techniques in mind-body medicine and neuroscience. With so many techniques to explore, you will learn how to make multi-level changes that are so fast and easy it will feel like magic!
NOTE: Students must have access to a computer with a web browser for this ONLINE ONLY course, and may need to download free software to use some course features. Password-protected access to the course website is permitted only during the dates that this course is being held; PASSWORDS WILL BE ISSUED THE NIGHT BEFORE THE COURSE BEGINS; and user accounts will be deleted once the course is over. Audio-visual materials on the website are not downloaded but streamed through the web browser. Open Center Online Learning courses give students access to teachers and other students through several interactive tools on the course websites.
Please view our F.A.Q. (Frequently Asked Questions) for more detailed information about Open Center Online Learning courses.
Melissa Tiers is the founder of The Center for Integrative Hypnosis with a private practice in New York City. She teaches classes in Integrative Hypnosis, In-Depth NLP, Energy Psychology, and Integrative Life Coaching. Melissa is a published author and an adjunct faculty member of The Open Center, The Tri-State College of Acupuncture and The Nursing Continuum at Beth Israel School of Nursing.
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