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I was drawn to hypnosis ever since I first experienced it as a client. I found it helped me achieve insight and growth much faster than conventional therapy, and I was excited to help bring this experience to more people.
I’ve been passionate about mental health since my teens. My own struggles with mental health further motivate me and inspire me to help others. I find helping others achieve a greater sense of wellbeing by reconnecting more deeply to themselves to be one of the most meaningful things I could possibly be involved in.
I have a masters of clinical sociology from the University of North Texas, obtained in partnership with the Family Institute in Jerusalem. I have been practicing analytical and regression hypnosis for over 10 years and am a Certified Hypnotist through the National Guild of Hypnotists.
I am particularly drawn to working with people with trauma and anxiety, as I relate to my own struggles in that place. I have a particular interest in religious trauma, do to my own fundamentalist upbringing and my background in that space.
My approach is shaped by my worldview which is quite existential and stoic. I don’t sugarcoat things, and I work with my clients to help come to terms with life’s difficult realities. Themes of suffering, death, meaning, and loneliness are often present in my work with clients, and I find this attracts many highly sensitive, neurodivergent, and creative individuals who resonate with similar challenges and questions in their life.