Frequently Asked Questions

Are our trainings online or in-person?

Our trainings are proudly in-person, hands-on, and experiential.

Getting certified in hypnotherapy or NLP online is like going online to get a black belt in martial arts.

Besides, we all learned during the lockdowns of 2020 that online learning is a poor substitute for in-person learning.

In general, online trainings (and most standard education) consist largely of a lot of “what”. Simply memorize and regurgitate the info and you pass the course. That is most definitely NOT the way to learn the art of NLP and hypnotherapy.

In contrast, we consider your unique learning style and provide you with a good balance of “what”, “how”, “why” and “what if”. Learning with us is a unique opportunity to receive maximum instructor interaction, enrich your mind in new and engaging ways, and experience a huge, positive shift!

Experiential learning is a well-known model in education. It builds skills, confidence, and gives you the opportunity to practice. It also develops attitudes such as curiosity, a willingness to experiment, and self-direction.

Also, being hands-on is crucial when learning NLP and hypnotherapy because it allows you to engage in kinesthetic learning while also having access to real-time coaching and feedback as you learn.

Can you take Module 1 now, and Modules 2 and 3 later?

Yes, and please keep the following in mind:

We designed our one-of-a-kind, three-module training in Advanced Life Coaching™ so that you acquire a keen appreciation of (and direct experience with) the power of working deeply with the subconscious mind in Module 1.

Module 1: Hypnotherapy & Guided Imagery is 40% of learning our advanced approach to helping others.

Successful coaching is everything that takes place before the hypnotherapy/guided imagery begins in your sessions with clients. Great hypnotherapists are great coaches as well!

In Module 2: NLP-Mind Coaching and Module 3: Creating Your Future® Coaching, you are trained in the most innovative approaches to effective, solution-based coaching that also work with your client’s subconscious mind (a crucial factor that’s usually absent in the majority of coach trainings).

This enables you to holistically work “outside the box”, have a deeper understanding of your client’s unique issues, ask the right questions, customize your approach to each individual client (a rarity in the helping professions), help them quickly let go of negative emotions and limiting beliefs from their past, and much more.

Additionally, by completing all three modules, you will experience a breakthrough in your own personal and professional growth—plus have a powerful skill set for a more compelling future.

Modules 2 and 3 are 60% of our unique, results-oriented training (and are meant to be taken together—one after the other).

Please visit our Module 2 and 3 page to learn more about the importance of the remainder of your training.

You can also visit our FAQ page to learn more about how the Coaches we train are different from many other coaches and therapists.

Can you take Module 2 and 3 before taking Module 1?

Modules 2 & 3 are only 60% of learning our groundbreaking, results-oriented approach to helping others.

We designed our unique, one-of-a-kind training in Advanced Life Coaching™ so that you first acquire a keen appreciation of (and direct experience with) the power of working deeply with the subconscious mind as your initial foundation before going into your next trainings.

Great coaches know how to work with the subconscious mind!

Therefore, we recommended that students who have no prior experience in working with the subconscious mind complete Module 1: Hypnotherapy & Guided Imagery before taking Module 2: NLP-Mind Coaching and Module 3: Creating Your Future® Coaching.

Also, keep in mind that in order to be certified as an Advanced Life Skills Coach™, you are required to complete all three of our training modules.

Can you take Module 2 without taking Module 3?

No. Module 2: NLP-Mind Coaching and Module 3: Creating Your Future® Coaching are meant to be taken together—one after the other.

What types of certifications do we offer?

The following are the certifications Center for Advanced Life Skills (CALS) offers, after the successful completion of each respective training module:


MODULE ONE:

CALS is an Approved School of Hypnosis by the American Board of Hypnotherapy (ABH)—an internationally recognized Certification Board established in 1984.

Certified Hypnotherapist

After completing our approved Hypnotherapist Certification Training, and demonstrating the required level of competency, we will forward your Certificate of Completion to the ABH and pay your first year’s fee for you. You will then be certified by the ABH as a Hypnotherapist. You will receive your certification by mail from the ABH shortly after your training at CALS. Your ABH certification is renewable annually. Their yearly fee is $110. New documents are issued to you by the ABH each year upon renewal.

Certified Guided Imagery Specialist

After completing our Guided Imagery Specialist Certification Training, and demonstrating the required level of competency, we will officially certify you as a Certified Guided Imagery Specialist.


MODULE TWO:

CALS is an Approved Institute of NLP & Coaching by the American Board of NLP (ABNLP)—an internationally recognized Certification Board established in 1995—and their Coaching Division.

Certified NLP Coach

After having demonstrated the required level of competency, we will officially certify you as a NLP Coach by the authority of the Coaching Division of the ABNLP. (You’ll also be eligible to join the American Board of NLP, if desired.)

Certified NLP Practitioner

After having demonstrated the required level of competency, we will officially certify you as a NLP Practitioner by the authority of the ABNLP. (You’ll also be eligible to join the American Board of NLP, if desired.)


MODULE THREE:

CALS is an Approved Institute of Time Line Therapy by the Time Line Therapy™ Association (TLTA)—an internationally recognized association established in 1991.

Certified Time Line Therapy™ Practitioner

After completing our approved Time Line Therapy® Certification Training, and demonstrating the required level of competency, we will forward your Certificate of Completion to the TLTA and pay your first year’s fee for you. You will then be certified by the TLTA as a Time Line Therapy Practitioner. You will receive your certification by mail from the TLTA shortly after your training at CALS. Your TLTA certification is renewable annually. Their yearly fee is $110. New documents are issued to you by the TLTA each year upon renewal.

Certified Advanced Life Skills Coach™

After completing our Advanced Life Coaching™ Certification Training (Modules 1, 2, and 3), and demonstrating the required level of competency, we will officially certify you as a Certified Advanced Life Skills Coach™.

Note: You will not receive certification as a Certified Advanced Life Skills Coach™ until you have completed all training modules (1, 2, and 3).

Which types of professionals can benefit from our trainings?

Our trainings are for anyone interested in achieving excellence in their life.

Whether you’re already succeeding in your profession, are in a transition period, or experiencing some difficulties; our trainings can help you achieve and maintain the best that you can be.

While many invest in our trainings for their own personal growth and development, it’s also of utmost value to the working professional, including:

Mental Health Professionals will learn powerful new results-oriented skills and techniques that supplement their existing ones, and gain multiple insights into helping patients make the changes that support their own process of healing. (Note: A good percentage of our students are licensed mental health professionals.)

Business Executives, Managers, Consultants, and Entrepreneurs will use what they learn to develop strong teamwork and relationships, and to foster life-long positive interpersonal skills. Negotiations and problem solving sessions will be greatly enhanced to create solution-oriented, win-win approaches.

Teachers, Trainers and Educators will discover new paradigms for inspiring and engaging their students, as well as effective techniques for dealing with challenging learning environments.

Marketing people will understand how to build deep levels of rapport, elicit and fulfill the values of their clients, and develop effective methods for ensuring long-term and mutually satisfying business relationships.

Medical Professionals will learn remarkable techniques to better elicit information from patients, and to help them be more comfortable with and receptive to treatment, thus supporting them to heal in a more responsive fashion.

Regardless of profession, the majority of people attending our training are searching for—and finding—better and more effective ways to increase their performance and improve their effectiveness!

Why do people usually hire a coach?

Every world champion has had a coach.
—Jay Conrad Levinson

Sometimes a person doesn’t always know exactly what to do to make the change and improvement they need in their lives. Deep down, they know they can do it, but they stumble around a bit, trying this and that.

Then, they reach their “enough is enough” point and are finally willing to do whatever it takes to learn how to achieve their goal.

It is at this point that they’ll hire a coach to help ensure they achieve a successful outcome. Coaching can better your ability to create the future you desire in your personal and professional life.

Coaching is the process of helping people and teams to perform at the peak of their abilities. It involves drawing out people’s strengths, helping them to bypass personal barriers and limits in order to achieve their personal best.
—Robert Dilts

One of the many ways coaching can help you is in developing greater communication within yourself and with others.

And an excellent coach—trained by us—will use a variety of proven skills, solution-oriented strategies, and transformative techniques—all uniquely designed to get results.

And the results are: better performance in life!

How are the coaches we train different from other coaches?

Our Coaches believe that their clients already have all the resources within that they need in order to achieve their desired outcome. And they help them tap into those resources.

Rather than force their “model of the world” onto their clients, or limit them (and their results with them) by putting them “in a box” (or theory), they work within their client’s “model of the world” and help them to discover the solutions that are there, under the surface.

THE DIFFERENCE THAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE:

You have a conscious mind, and you have a subconscious mind. Our Coaches work holistically with both, to encourage whole brain thinking; thereby maximizing their client’s strengths, flexibility, and resourcefulness.

There’s a big difference between one’s intellect (their conscious mind) and their behavior (their subconscious, or habitual mind).  It’s the difference between “talking the talk” (desired behavior) and “walking the walk” (actual behavior). The difference that makes the difference.

The simple fact is many in the coaching profession are not trained to work with their client’s subconscious mind.

Our Coaches are.

If you’re not training in working with the subconscious mind, you can be quite limited in dealing with your client’s emotional/behavioral issues and unresolved inner conflicts. And these are the very elements that, more often than not, stand in the way of a client’s success!

WHY THAT’S IMPORTANT:

There is no better improvement a person can make than to gain more control over their internal, mental, and emotional processes.

Our Coaches put their emphasis on helping their clients gain greater control of these processes because it’s directly related to their client’s ability to be productive, resourceful, and effective.

Another problem sometimes with being coached by someone with little to no understanding of the subconscious mind, is it can often sound like a bunch of platitudes without any precise method to increase your motivation and get the desired results.

Many coaches offer a whole lot of WHAT—and not a lot of HOW. So, their clients get a lot of conscious concepts that appeal to their intellect, or conscious mind (about 10% of your mind, the “tip of the iceberg”). However, most significant behavioral change occurs with the involvement and cooperation of the subconscious, or habitual mind (the other 90%).

MORE ABOUT OUR COACHES:

This is why our Coaches who’ve been certified in Advanced Life Coaching, Hypnotherapy, and NLP are often a greater resource to a client seeking solid help with a problem or goal in their life because they’re simply better equipped to guide that client toward a successful outcome and an enhanced quality of life.

Our Coaches have a thorough understanding of behavior modification, as well as expertise in proven systems that facilitate deeper levels of long-term change so they can quickly help clients to gain profound insight, resolve old patterns, and let go of the negativity, limiting beliefs, and inner conflicts that are blocking happiness, prosperity and success from their lives. This leads to increased wholeness and more options in life for their clients.

So, not only are their clients issues resolved—their clients experience significant personal breakthroughs as well. 

YOUR TRAINING WITH US:

During your training with us, you’ll benefit from lots of “hands-on” direct experience utilizing what you’re learning. In other words, our training will enhance both your intelligence (“talking the talk”) and your behavior (“walking the walk”). They’re specially designed to teach both your conscious and unconscious mind—so that real, whole brain learning can occur.

Our Coaches learn how to: facilitate change, ask meaningful questions, motivate, create insight, challenge, support and encourage the growth of their client’s individual self-expression. They simply get results.

How are the coaches we train different from traditional therapists?

Our Coaches don’t have their clients spend a lot of time wallowing in the content of “the problem”.

They focus on: (1) how the client processes that content; (2) discovering the structure of what prevents the client from achieving their goal; (3) changing that structure to make the client’s goal more achievable; (4) the overall development and growth of their client as an individual during the coaching process; and (5) the client’s future goals and objectives.

OUR COACHES...TRADITIONAL THERAPISTS...
...work with a Client....work with a Patient.
...ask the questions "HOW, WHAT and WHAT IF?" Generally, we do not ask WHY because, as it is usually used, it just gets reasons and not results. It gives us more content, and not the structure or the process....ask the question "WHY?".
...assume emotions are natural and look for the INTENTION and PURPOSE for the expression of those emotions....take for granted that emotions are a sign that something is wrong, and are therefore to be avoided.
...are interested in a client’s present, and work to help them in creating a compelling future (in our understanding we also realize that in order to create the future you want, you have to get rid of past obstacles)....generally work with a patient’s past and the traumatic events therein, and seek healing of those events.
...assume that their client is healthy (not broken) and that they want to create a better future....diagnose mental illnesses and attempt to deal with identifiable conditions in a patient.
...are in a partnership of equals with their client. (The coach offers techniques and encourages and guides the client to find their own solutions)....are in a doctor-patient relationship (where the doctor has the solution).
...focus on actions, outcomes, and process—remembering that their client is perfectly capable of best performance, and only has to get in touch with those capabilities....focus on the patient being broken, and somehow has to be fixed.
...help their client discover the process by which they prevent the achievement of goals and objectives, and then to learn new ways of thinking, new ways of looking at things. They offer techniques to help build more control over inner capabilities thus creating a compelling and achievable future with the focus on outcomes....generally through conversation, encourage the patient to talk about and thereby resolve old pain. The focus is on reliving pain and symptoms to get rid of them.
...are about understanding the past as a framework for the present and creating the future....are about fixing the patient by understanding and fixing their past.
...remember that coaching is a model of learning and potentiality which focuses on the future and its achievable goals and outcomes....relies on the DSM (the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the APA) to diagnose pathology. Operates in a medical or clinical manner.
...align mentally with their client; then, through a discussion, identify the challenges and provide coaching to move beyond them to create wins. In the process, the client is responsible to achieve the outcomes. We realize that the client ALWAYS has control over their results....target a diagnosis for the patient; then puts forth their training in diagnosis and treatment of disease and then offers a path to healing.
The changes amaze most clients since they are so fast and so much fun.In most psychotherapy, the patient’s progress is time consuming and (can be) agonizing.
What is hypnotherapy and how can it help?

Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis as a therapeutic technique.

It’s been approved by the American Medical Association since 1958. And it’s long been known as an effective, evidence-based solution for stress, habit control and self-improvement.

The purpose of hypnosis as a therapeutic technique is to help you understand and gain more control over your behavior, emotions or physical well-being.
—The Mayo Clinic

You have a “treasure chest” hidden deep within your mind that can allow you to create some very effective changes in your life within a relatively short period of time.

It’s called your subconscious (or unconscious) mind. And it’s considered to be the source of your motivation, habits, behaviors, attitudes, emotions, and self-talk.

I believe hypnosis has profound powers to help you stop sabotaging yourself.
—Dr. Oz

How’d you know to be you when you got up this morning? Your subconscious (or habitual) mind is a lot like a database that runs patterns of behavior—largely independent of your conscious mind—based on your programming from your past.

In other words, you’re “on auto-pilot” the majority of your day.

Hypnotherapy accesses and unlocks this powerful part of the mind in order to help you quickly and easily change (or “re-write”) your old programming and patterns of behavior.

Hypnosis is a heightened sense of suggestibility for accessing the subconscious mind which is responsible for up to 90 to 95 percent of our thoughts and actions.
—The Washington Times

When you want to make a change or improvement in your life, the logic of your conscious mind alone—without the cooperation of the motivation from your subconscious mind—is often ineffective. (In other words, you “say it”, but you don’t “do it”.)

Hypnotherapy can help you to effectively change habits of an entire lifetime and to create a healthier reality for yourself.

Hypnosis is the epitome of mind-body medicine. It can enable the mind to tell the body how to react, and modify the messages that the body sends to the mind.
—The New York Times

Hypnotherapy provides an ideal environment for learning new things (re-programming the database).

A comparative study published in Psychotherapy Magazine, v7n1 and in Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice found hypnotherapy to be one of the most effective of all the major therapeutic approaches:

  • Psychoanalysis: 38% recovery after 600 sessions
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: 72% recovery after 22 sessions
  • Hypnotherapy: 93% recovery after 6 sessions

Hypnotherapy is an impressive choice in terms of (1) the cost, (2) the short duration of therapy, and (3) the results.

I think it should be much more widely used. It’s safe, it’s inexpensive and it can produce dramatic results.
—Dr. Andrew Weil

What does hypnotherapy feel like? Is it safe?

Hypnotherapy is completely safe, relaxing, enjoyable and surprisingly effective.

Because of the often ridiculous way it’s often been portrayed in movies and TV, some mistakenly think it isn’t safe. However, the fact is: Therapeutic hypnosis has helped millions of people to create healthy change in their lives for the past 60 years.

Hypnosis is not mind control. It’s a naturally occurring state of concentration; It’s actually a means of enhancing your control over both your mind and your body—over perceptions such as pain, anxiety, habits, stress.
—Dr. David Spiegel, Stanford University School of Medicine

Therapeutic hypnosis isn’t the same as “stage” hypnosis. Stage hypnosis is performed solely for the purpose of entertaining an audience. Therapeutic hypnosis is performed in a clinical setting—with your best interests in mind—by a hypnotherapist, solely for the purpose of helping you meet your desired outcome.

Even though stage hypnotists and TV shows have damaged the public image of hypnosis, a growing body of scientific research supports its benefits in treating a wide range of conditions, including pain, depression, anxiety and phobias.
—American Psychological Association

The state of hypnosis is a very natural, very real, very normal state of mind. In essence, it’s a receptive learning state. And it’s not so different from the state you’re in when you’re watching a good movie, daydreaming, enjoying an interesting book, being overwhelmed by the beauty of nature, or listening to song that moves you.

Contrary to how hypnosis is sometimes portrayed, you don’t lose control over your behavior while under hypnosis. You generally remain aware of and remember what happens under hypnosis.
—The Mayo Clinic

It’s basically paying attention, while feeling increasing levels of relaxation. During hypnotherapy, you’ll remain completely aware of everything that’s going on, as you’re guided through some beneficial imaginative processes; so:

  • Don’t expect to feel “hypnotized”.
  • Do expect to feel relaxed.
  • You won’t say or do anything you don’t want to.
  • You’re in total control.

Your natural ability to go into relaxed states of focused awareness is utilized and enhanced through hypnotherapy for the purpose of helping you access, unlock, and reprogram the deeper, motivating areas of your mind. And the results are: welcome changes in your behavior.

Though often denigrated as fakery or wishful thinking, hypnosis has been shown to be a real phenomenon with a variety of therapeutic uses…
—Scientific American

Anyone can experience therapeutic hypnosis if they’re willing to, and can follow simple instructions. Those who claim they “can’t be hypnotized” usually (1) have yet to be informed about what therapeutic hypnosis actually is, and/or (2) are just unwilling to “be hypnotized”.

It’s a “do with” process, not a “do to” process.

What do the experts have to say about hypnotherapy?

The following quotes serve to highlight the many applications that hypnotherapy has.

You can also visit The National Library of Medicine and view thousands of scientific studies on hypnosis!

If hypnosis was a drug, it would be standard of care.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE

Studies show that hypnosis can be effective in treating everything from chronic pain to poor study habits. Chances are it can work for you.
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY

Hypnosis often is used to modify behavior and overcome phobias and bad habits—it can help you make changes that you’ve been unable to make otherwise.
NATIONAL WOMEN’S HEALTH RESOURCE CENTER

Hypnosis can actually help you lose weight.
DR. JEAN FAIN, Harvard Medical School

The purpose of hypnosis as a therapeutic technique is to help you understand and gain more control over your behavior, emotions or physical well-being.
THE MAYO CLINIC

With weight loss the evidence is conclusive…hypnosis does help people reduce.
SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE

I think it should be much more widely used. It’s safe, it’s inexpensive and it can produce dramatic results.
DR. ANDREW WEIL

Hypnosis is the epitome of mind-body medicine. It can enable the mind to tell the body how to react, and modify the messages that the body sends to the mind.
THE NEW YORK TIMES

Studies show that people who combine diet and exercise with hypnosis lose more weight than they do with diet and exercise alone.
ALLURE

Even though stage hypnotists and TV shows have damaged the public image of hypnosis, a growing body of scientific research supports its benefits in treating a wide range of conditions, including pain, depression, anxiety and phobias.
AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

It’s a tool that can help you change your eating behavior so that certain patterns become easier to undo or resist.
SHAPE MAGAZINE

I believe hypnosis has profound powers to help you stop sabotaging yourself.
DR. OZ

Hypnosis seems helpful in treating addictions, and the depression and anxiety associated with them…
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY

Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking, according to the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit.
NEW SCIENTIST

I should have done it years ago…It’s amazing I didn’t even want cigarettes any more.
MATT DAMON

New findings are leading major hospitals to try hypnosis to help relieve pain and speed recovery on a variety of illnesses.
WALL STREET JOURNAL

Hypnosis is a heightened sense of suggestibility for accessing the subconscious mind which is responsible for up to 90 to 95 percent of our thoughts and actions.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Hypnosis: A safe and potent pain reliever. Hypnosis can help adult patients control other forms of pain, relieve gastrointestinal problems, stimulate weight loss, clear up skin problems, and accelerate the healing of bone fractures and surgical wounds.
CONSUMER REPORTS

Hypnosis is not mind control. It’s a naturally occurring state of concentration; It’s actually a means of enhancing your control over both your mind and your body—over perceptions such as pain, anxiety, habits, stress.
DR. DAVID SPIEGEL, Stanford University School of Medicine

Approved as a valid treatment by the American Medical Association in 1958, hypnotism has become increasingly accepted by the medical community. Its use for chronic pain was approved in 1996 by the National Institutes of Health.
THE CAPITAL

Hypnosis can help. A growing body of research supports the ancient practice as an effective tool in the treatment of a variety of problems, from anxiety to chronic pain.
NEWSWEEK

In [hypnosis], you can attain significant psycho-physiologic changes.
DR. DANIEL HANDEL, National Institute of Health

[Hypnosis] can also be applied to improving study habits, stress reduction and raising self-esteem…If you are having difficulty controlling your appetite, sleeping or just need to relax, hypnosis might help you toward your goal.
FORBES

Though often denigrated as fakery or wishful thinking, hypnosis has been shown to be a real phenomenon with a variety of therapeutic uses…
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN

[Hypnosis] has been used to counter the nausea of pregnancy and chemotherapy; dental and test-taking anxiety; pain associated with surgery, root canal treatment and childbirth; fear of flying and public speaking; compulsive hair-pulling; and intractable hiccups, among many other troublesome health problems.
THE NEW YORK TIMES

There’s entrancing news about hypnosis; it’s gaining credibility as a treatment for a multitude of troubles, from nicotine addiction to post-traumatic stress disorder. Hypnosis has gained credibility in the past five years because of research using the latest brain-imaging technology…Studies show hypnosis can help treat a multitude of disorders…
BUSINESS WEEK

It’s hard to find a field that hasn’t used hypnosis successfully, everything from quitting smoking to IBS.
GOOD MORNING AMERICA

Throughout the medical mainstream, it’s common to be used for addiction…and psychotherapy.
DIANE SAWYER

Contrary to how hypnosis is sometimes portrayed, you don’t lose control over your behavior while under hypnosis. You generally remain aware of and remember what happens under hypnosis.
THE MAYO CLINIC

Today it’s considered a respected therapeutic tool, a well-established method of reaching the subconscious mind. Many patients have tried it and successfully cut back on smoking or overeating…
CONNIE CHUNG

What kinds of things do people seek hypnotherapy and coaching for?

A

Abandonment  •  Addictions  •  Anger  •  Aggression  •  Agoraphobia  •  Anxiety  •  Approval Seeking  •  Assertiveness  •  Athletic Skills  •  Attitude

B

Body Image  •  Boundary Setting  •  Breathing  •  Building New Skills

C

Career Success  •  Child Birth  •  Chronic Pain  •  Co-Dependency  •  Communication  •  Confidence  •  Concentration  •  Control Issues  •  Cravings  •  Creativity

D

Death (or Loss)  •  Discouragement  •  Disorganization

E

Exam Anxiety  •  Exercise

F

Fears  •  Finances  •  Forgiveness

G

Gambling  •  Goal Reaching  •  Guilt

H

Habit Control  •  Healing  •  Headaches  •  Health Improvement  •  Helplessness  •  Hopelessness  •  Hostility  •  Hypochondria

I

Immune System  •  Indecision  •  Insecurity  •  Inhibition  •  Insomnia  •  Intimacy Issues  •  Irrational Thoughts  •  Irritability

J

Jealousy

L

Lack of Direction  •  Lack of Enthusiasm  •  Lack of Initiative

M

Meditation  •  Memory Improvement  •  Motivation

N

Nail Biting  •  Negativity  •  Nightmares

O

Obsessions  •  Overeating  •  Overly Critical

P

Pain Management  •  Panic Attacks  •  Passive-Aggressive  •  Past Life Regression  •  Peak Performance  •  Perfectionism  •  Performance Anxiety  •  Pessimism  •  Phobias  •  Pre-Surgery Anxiety  •  Problem Solving  •  Procrastination  •  Public Speaking

R

Rejection  •  Relationships  •  Relaxation  •  Resistance  •  Responsibility  •  Restlessness

S

Sadness  •  Sales Improvement  •  Self-Awareness  •  Self-Confidence  •  Self-Control  •  Self-Criticism  •  Self-Defeat  •  Self-Esteem  •  Self-Expression  •  Self-Hypnosis  •  Self-Image  •  Self-Love  •  Self-Mastery  •  Self-Sabotage  •  Sexual Problems  •  Shame  •  Sleep Disorders  •  Smoking  •  Social Media Issues  •  Social Phobias  •  Sports Performance  •  Stage Fright  •  Stress Management  •  Study Habits  •  Stuttering  •  Substance Abuse  •  Surgery Preparation  •  Surgical Recovery  •  Success Issues

T

Tardiness  •  Temptation  •  Time Management  •  Trauma  •  Trust

V

Victim Mentality

W

Weight Loss  •  Worry  •  Writer’s Block

What are the learning preferences of the typical person we train?

Individuals who come to our trainings are, typically, fast learners who enjoy:

  • Learning “what works” intensively and in the shortest possible time (instead of material being spread out over a long period of time with unnecessary, often incongruent and dated “filler” material).
  • A fun, modern, relaxed environment (instead of a traditional classroom environment).
  • A smaller class size with greater interaction with instructors (instead of a larger class size with less interaction).
  • Flexibility—learning more than one way to do something (instead of being boxed in by authoritarian, “only one way to do it” systems).
  • Lots of “hands-on” direct experience (instead of lots of boring lectures).
  • An environment that builds on their strengths as an individual (instead of a “one size fits all” cookie-cutter approach).