What does prosperity mean to you? For most people, visions of riches and worldly possessions come to mind when they envision what it means to prosper. This is, of course, a valid view of prosperity, but it’s not the only one. 
So many clients, too many, in fact, arrive at their therapists’ office in a state of total burnout. While they may have driven there in the most expensive SUV on the market, or walked in wearing $400 shoes, they seek relief. They may have fought for most of their lives for the things they possess now, but they feel beaten up from the expectations and back-breaking routines that have become their lives. 
Whether you’re administering therapy or coaching, your mission is clear. As a well-rounded, highly educated mental health professional, you know that people need more than material possession. If they are to thrive, they need a sense of purpose and meaning in their lives. The problem is, not everyone know what that might mean to them. How can you help them find out? 
While an individual may be totally identified with a job, a role they play such as parent or mentor, or the amount of “stuff” they possess, they may not be in alignment with what it takes to live up to it. It might be that after the passage of time, a job no longer fits, or children move from home, and those we foster as professionals decide to move on. And, quite frequently, a person will look around at their possessions, and notice that the thrill of acquiring and owning them has gone. 
How can the therapist or coach help? Assisting a person in identifying what makes them feel in alignment with what they do isn’t always easy. It might be necessary for clients to reinvent the way they generate income, or face the fact that they need to adjust their perspective to accommodate advancing age and the transformations that come with retirement. The client can be entirely out of touch with what it is that might bring a sense of purpose and meaning to life.  
The rational mind can only go so far when it comes to seeing the possibilities a person has available. Protective parts of the personality will bring up fears of losing resources or anxiety over what people will think about the changes they make. It’s difficult, if not impossible, to overcome these issues through talk therapy alone. 

Get Back to Balance with Hypnotherapy

It is a scientific fact that the conscious mind only uses about 10% of the mind’s capacity to process information. The subconscious and unconscious mind hold many of the answers people seek, including their true passions that bring them meaning and purpose in life. The subconscious is also capable of opening channels that allow the individual to see new possibilities, and envision themselves playing different roles in the future. 
In the Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy® session, the therapist leads the client through a process that takes them from a current state of frustration, fear, or sadness, and helps them to reconnect with experiences from the past that evoke the same feelings. The client gets a chance to express emotions they may have been holding onto for decades, and release them from their subconscious. 
Old conclusions such as “I’m not worthy” or “I have to work really hard or I won’t survive” can be brought forth, along with the behaviors they spawned, including workaholism, or over-reliance on material success for personal satisfaction. The client becomes reacquainted with younger parts of the self, gets opportunities to reclaim lost parts of the self such as creativity, courage, or trust, and gives that younger part the parenting that might have been missing earlier in life. 
Hypnotherapy provides relief from the unconscious impulses that lead people down the path of an out-of-balance life by healing old ideas that don’t work in the client’s current life. It further allows the client to get back to the authentic parts of self that are quite sure about what passions the client has, and the purpose the client needs to lead a fulfilling life. 
Learning hypnotherapy helps therapists become even more effective, and learning hypnotherapy at The Wellness Institute allows therapists to do some healing of their own.  

Learn Hypnotherapy in Less than a Week! 

The Wellness Institute’s Six-Day Hypnotherapy Training and Certification course offers therapists the chance to learn how to use this deeply powerful technique and apply it to a wide variety of issues, including :

  • codependency 
  • addictions 
  • sexual abuse
  • dissociation
  • eating disorder

and more. 
After your training is complete, you will conduct your own practice sessions and complete a short exam in order to become certified. As a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, you will be able to attract clients who hunger to get in more constant contact with the forces driving their behavior.  
Moreover, you’re going to be able to experience Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy® for yourself. During your training, you’ll practice being the therapist, client, and observer in live sessions over Zoom, supported by highly qualified and certified hypnotherapists trained by Wellness. Many of our participants rave about the way they feel after going through this process. There is further support available in the form of supervision seminars held by Wellness teachers. 
The program doesn’t stop with your Six-Day. The Advanced Internship deepens your skills and provides further opportunities for personal growth. The Personal Transformation Intensive Leadership Program qualifies you to teach your own seminars to your clients and other interested people in your community. The Mentors program is an odyssey into the world of imagination and visualization that is Jungian psychology. 
And, if you’re unsure about taking the Six Day Hypnotherapy course, the Introduction to Hypnosis course might be right for you. Over two days, you will be introduced to the basics of hypnosis, learn how to induce, deepen, and manage trance states, and how to offer hypnotic suggestions to improve performance, relieve hypervigilance and anxiety, and relieve pain. 
Visit our website to learn more about The Wellness Institute and enroll or, contact our Operations Support Manager for help with your enrollment.