The opinions expressed in this presentation are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the view of the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners.
Have you wondered how you can utilize your skills as a hypnotist to better assist the special needs client? Have you been confronted with and confounded by how to reach those clients with processing difficulties, attentional issues, and learning disabilities? We know that not all brains are the same and we need to know how to adapt our skills to better reach those who are wired differently.
Drawing upon her skills and experience with adults and children and combining that experience with her training as a certified hypnotist and HypnoCoach, the presenter has developed a very effective and skillful blend of coaching, hypnosis, and explicit skills training. Working with special needs individuals represents a new, emerging market for hypnotists and hypnotic coaches.
- The differences between coaching, hypnosis, and HypnoCoaching
- How to utilize coaching strategies
- The role of NLP and hypnosis with these clients
Rachel holds advanced degrees in Psychology and Special Education and is pursuing a Doctorate in Ayurvedic Medicine. After twenty years as a therapist and special needs educator, Rachel became a certified hypnotist. She currently runs a successful holistic wellness clinic.