Certified Medical Support-Clinical Hypnotherapist
Just a little about me. I taught special education for 25 years. The last ten years was spent in a psychiatric setting working with emotionally challenged youth. I left this setting with the feeling that there must be another way to help people take control of their lives. I began a journey that has led me to where I am today.
I am currently a certified medical support-clinical hypnotherapist. In July 2015 I completed 400 hours of training and certification in medical hypnosis. In the fall of 2016 I completed the final 100 hours of training in past life and natal regression for a total of 500 hours. Prior to this I received Master NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Practitioner), hypnotherapy and life coaching certification from Bennett Stellar University in Sedona, AZ. A total of another 200 hours. Before this training I learned tapping and was certified as a level 2 practitioner. I am currently registered with the state of Colorado as an unlicensed psychotherapist.
I am a member of the International Board of Hypnotherapy which requires a minimum of 30 CEUs every two years. So I am staying up to date with the latest techniques and research in my field.
I love guiding my clients into their own minds and teaching them how to be more empowered in achieving their goals.
I believe the human body has the ability to heal itself. It just needs guidance and support to connect the mind, body and spirit.
My job as a hypnotherapist is to serve as a guide into the subconscious mind where these connections are made and my clients find the inner resources that are needed to create their own positive changes. I work as a co-therapist with my clients and expect active participation in the process of change.
As stated in my mission statement, my intention is to empower my clients with the tools and ability to rewrite the programming in their subconscious minds so they can create a more fulfilling life of their choice.
Rebecca Johnson’s services are NOT the practice of medicine or psychotherapy and are, therefore, not offered as a replacement for counseling, psychotherapy, psychiatric or medical treatment, but will serve as adjunct to these services.