Have you ever struggled with your emotions?
by anxiety, panic or constant sadness? Tried and tried, over and over, to make a
personal change - and yet never fully achieved what you want? Been to an
unlicensed hypnotist who just handed you a tape or CD off the
You don't have to suffer this way. I have over 30 years of experience as a
therapist, and have been using hypnosis as an integral part of my work since the
earliest days of my career. You can discover ways to manage anxiety, master
panic, and reconnect with your authentic self.
Perhaps you've been told that
you'll have to "live with" the chronic pain that has lingered long after an
injury has healed. Maybe someone gave you the idea that your suffering is "all
in your head". But even though your suffering is real, you feel you are running
out of options.
Hypnosis does not replace your doctor's
help - but it can become an important additional tool to reduce suffering.
If you are not getting the results you
want for personal change, perhaps it's time for a new approach - one that holds
promise for you and your goals.
After an assessment of your situation, we
will take a look at what has been getting in the way of your progress, and
develop an action plan that will help you get
Please don't wait any longer to get the help you need
and deserve. Call me at 402-334-1122. We'll find a time to get together,
and determine how we can work together.
Questions about me?
I received my graduate degree in Social
Work from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 1980. I began my study of
hypnosis in 1982, and continue to find it a subject of fascination,
adaptability, and versatility. I use this tool for habit control, pain
management, personal growth and psychotherapy. Here's my profile on Vizify.
Through the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis www.asch.net,
I hold the title of Approved Consultant in Clinical Hypnosis. This is based on
meeting the Association's standards for training,
experience, and continuing education. Search the ASCH public database
In addition to my membership in ASCH, I've been active in my professional
organization -- the National Association of Social Workers. Having previously
held several regional and committee appointments, I was elected President of the
Nebraska Chapter for 1997 through 1999. NASW reviews the credentials of
behavioral health providers. I was awarded the title Diplomate in Clinical
Social Work in 1987. According to the Association: "The NASW Diplomate in
Clinical Social Work is the highest distinction bestowed on clinical social
I have joined other organizations relevant to my work:
Additionally, I serve as Secretary of
the Association of Private Practice Therapists. You can find out more about us
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