Self Hypnosis For Hot Flashes
Instructor: Amy Marsh, EdD, DHS, ACS, CH
Feel “Cool, Calm, and Collected” Again
Many women are troubled by the physical discomfort of hot flashes as well as their negative impact on sleep and emotions. Recent scientific studies show that the regular use of hypnosis and self-hypnosis can be an effective, natural treatment for hot flashes.
Now you can learn how to use a self-hypnosis routine designed to reduce the number and intensity of post-menopausal hot flashes. Hypnosis is a safe, relaxing way to feel “cool, calm, and collected” again, using the power of your own imagination.
This live webinar course includes two 60-minute web classes held on on two consecutive Saturdays). Attendees learn basic self-hypnosis skills in the first class, practice for a week, then come back to the second class for new information and to ask questions.
The course also includes a self-hypnosis script, suggested self-care hypnosis routine, access to a hypnosis recording, supplemental mind-body skills, and handouts.
JUNE 1 & JUNE 8, 2013
1–2 P.M. Eastern Time.
One time class fee of $25
Dr Amy Marsh
Currently the host of "Ask Dr. Amy" on Romance Talk Radio, Dr. Marsh has also appeared on "Good Morning America," "The Tyra Banks Show," and two National Geographic Taboo "Forbidden Love" episodes, one which aired first in 2011, and one in the fall of 2012. She has also appeared on mainstream radio and internet podcasts.
How To Take This Class
Hot Flash Self Hypnosis is designed both for women who want to learn a convenient, natural, and effective treatment to control hot flashes and for health care and other professionals who work with women dealing with the discomfort of hot flashes.
All that a student needs to participate is an Internet connection and a free, confidential Creative Sexuality account. This class is being offered at a highly discounted rate - $25 - and the price includes a self-hypnosis script, a suggested self-care hypnosis routine, access to a hypnosis recording, supplemental mind-body skills, and handouts.
To learn more and register, please click here.