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Interesting Links

The Hypnotherapy Training Institute
http://www.hypnoschool.com/
Where Gaye received her hypnotherapy training. In addition to information about the school and the classes it offers, this site also has information about famed 'Dean Of American Hypnotists,' Ormond McGill.

Trance Time
http://www.trancetime.com/
Hypnotherapist Katherine Zimmerman's site. In addition to being Director of the California Hypnotherapy Academy, Katherine has been a frequent contributor to the ACHE conference and practices in the Sacramento area; she has also been a dear friend and trusted colleague for many years!

HypnoBirthing
http://www.hypnobirthing.com/
A Celebration of Life - Teaching relaxation techniques to eliminate fear, tension, and pain during childbirth...Having been a certified Lamaze Childbirth Educator in past years, I am thrillled to see principles of prepared childbirth now presented in the context of hypnosis. The curriculum looks excellent!

Touch And Breathe--TAB Paper
http://www.emofree.com/touchand.htm
Look for Gaye's comments about tapping elsewhere on the site.

David Pierce
http://www.dpierce.com
A helpful site that's easy to use. If you need assistance in locating a healer or other resource, David's site is a great place to start!

DurbinHypnosis.com
http://www.durbinhypnosis.com/
Pastor Paul Durbin's site contains a plethora of articles on Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, Pain and Stress Management, False Memory Syndrome, Adler, Frankl, Siegel, Childbirth, Dentistry, Mind-Body-Spirit, Religion, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Sports and other subjects.

Dr. Louise
http://www.soulhealer.com
She appears to have a broad base of knowledge, experience and services to offer and a kind heart behind it all!.

Orca Institute
http://www.orcainstitute.com
After reading Sheldon's extensive outline of his program I wished I could take the training myself! The program appears to be as comprehensive and professionally presented as my own training--and that says a lot. This is a program well worth investigating if you are considering a career in hypnotherapy and live in Canada or the Eastern part of the US.

The Center for Spiritual Development, International Center for Reiki Training
http://www.reiki.org/
21421 Hilltop #28, Southfield, MI 48034
E-mail: center@reiki.org
Classes: 1-800-694-2166 or 1-502-241-9755
Products: 1-800-332-8112 or 1-248-948-8112

The Milton H. Erickson Institute of the Bay Area
http://www.miltonherickson.com
-brought to us by Eric Greenleaf, Ph.D -

B.E.S.T. Doula Service of Los Angeles
http://www.bestdoulas.com
This site is loaded with excellent birth preparation information. I love the concept of the doula personally and would highly recommend anyone to engage one if they are looking forward to the birth of a baby.

Dr. Bryan Knight's Hypnosis Depot
http://hypnosisdepot.com/
"Bringing solutions to mind" -- This site offers a variety of resources to the lay visitor as well as the hypnotherapist. You can sign up to receive Dr. Knight's newsletter, search his site for a topic of interest, send away for learning materials or . . . go ahead and see what else awaits you on this very professionally oriented but friendly site!
Bryan M. Knight, MSW, PhD. drknight@hypnosisdepot.com

Transitions - A center for counseling & hypnotherapy
http://www.hypnocenter.com
This is a professional hypnosis site. Del's credentials are impressive; she's been practicing a long time and has done a lot of different things in the field. She offers samples in the form of brochures & even a "sound byte" from her one of her CDs. She also offers her Great Escapes volumes of scripts for therapists, one for those working with children, one for working with youth and adults. Apparently, there are more on the way! It's definitely worth a look!

Watervox Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy
http://www.watervox.net

The Oakland, California practice of my friend and colleague, Patricia Reynolds Sorbye. Patricia also did her training at HTI.

Plum Village
http://www.plumvillage.org/
The Most Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, a poet, a scholar, and a peace activist. His life long efforts to generate peace and reconciliation moved Martin Luther King, Jr. to nominate him for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1967. He founded the Van Hanh Buddhist University in Saigon and the School for Youths of Social Services in Vietnam. When not travelling the world to teach “The Art of Mindful Living”, he teaches, writes, and gardens in Plum Village, France, a Buddhist monastery for monks and nuns and a mindfulness practice center for lay people.

Alcoholics Anonymous
http://www.aa.org/
This site offers historical information about the evolution of the AA movement, links and reference information for those seeking assistance with alcoholism/addiction, a source for reading/instructional materials and much more. If you want to work with those suffering from addiction, this is a good site to know your way around.

Holistic Practitioner Directory
link to Holistic Practitioners Directory

Self-Growth | The Online Self-Improvement Site
http://www.selfgrowth.com/



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