Debbie teaching at the 2014 IMDHA Hypno Expo

Conferences provide exceptional opportunities to expand your professional knowledge and skills, meet cutting-edge educators and experienced leaders in the field, as well as a sharing and exchanging of ideas.

Every year the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association and the International Association of Counsellors and Therapists hold a 3-day Hypno Expo and Educational Conference (May 16-18, 2014) which offers nearly 48 hours of essential hypnosis education. Consulting Hypnotists seeking to gain leads, retain clients, acquire new techniques, boost results, and meet and learn from leaders in the field will find this conference extremely valuable.
The conference addresses pertinent topics ranging from best practices, case studies, tips, techniques, business and marketing concerns, research updates, and practical career hints to personal growth issues.

Debbie Papadakis BCH, C.I., owner and director of Toronto-based Hypno Healing Institute, is a regular speaker and trainer at the IMDHA/IACT Hypno Expo. She is also an IMDHA Faculty Member. Bringing over 20 years of professional experience and expertise in helping her clients clear issues such as grief, insomnia, blockages, fears, addictions, relationships, and so on. Her specialty lies in working with Relationships, Sleep Disorders, and Overcoming Grief & Loss.
Learn and expand your skills with an industry leader. Join Debbie at the 2014 Hypno Expo May 16-18, 2014!
Below are the seminar and workshops Debbie will be hosting:

// Clearing Internal Blocks
Date: Saturday May 18, 2014
Time: 3:00pm – 3:45pm
Learn techniques to assist your clients to get to the root cause of their emotional blocks/negative impressions and help in dissolving them, thereby transforming and enhancing their lives.

// Overcoming Fears
Date: Sunday May 19, 2014
Time: 2:00pm – 3:45pm
Debbie will introduce you to new, simple and powerful techniques that will enable you to clear any of your clients’ fears.
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