Shalom Tzvi Shore
Navya Hypnosis Assisted Healing Practitioner
My work with others is heavily informed by my own experiences. I am an ex-Orthodox Rabbi who was raised in a religious fundamentalist home and as a result, I’ve personally grappled with a plethora of mental health challenges myself. Consequently, I bring a very open mind and firsthand empathy to my work with others.
Hypnosis has had a remarkable impact on my own life. I am committed to helping others explore it and achieve similar benefits in their own lives.
I have a very existential and stoic approach to life. I don’t sugarcoat things, and I believe the biggest questions like death, suffering, and meaning, should be addressed head-on. Maybe with a bit of dark humor thrown in.
My development has included a two-year Master’s in Clinical Sociology program at the University of North Texas, nine months of hypnotherapy training, hundreds of hours of vipassana meditation, and over 10 years of various forms of therapy that I’ve explored myself.
My treatment modality is eclectic and is informed by such modalities as IFS (Internal Family Systems), Gestalt, Existential, and Ericksonian Hypnosis.
Education & Training
- Certified Hypnotist, National Guild of Hypnotists
- Masters in Clinical Sociology, University of North Texas
- Master of Business Administration, Western Governors University
- Member, ACCPH