About Linda Donalds…

Linda Donalds graduated from Rutgers University in 1992, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in the field of Anthropology, with Minors in Archaeology and Native American Studies.

A few years later, in January 1998, she became a Member of the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH), after completing their “Certification in Hypnotism” course. The NGH’s hypnotherapy certification core-curriculum consists of 100 hours of classroom study. Each year since then, she has taken more than 500+ hours of additional continuing education to maintain her certification and training at a high level. The National Guild of Hypnotists was founded in 1951, and is the oldest & largest hypnotism organization in the world. Its certification is the most widely recognized credential for the professional practice of the hypnotic arts.

She has also completed several additional advanced training programs – including the Basic Practitioner Certification in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), the Certification Course in 5-PATH™ Advanced Transformational Hypnosis and 7th Path Self-Hypnosis, HypnoBirthing™ Practitioner Certification, as well as Complementary Medical Hypnotism Certification and Hypnosis for Pain Management Certification. (A full list of her training and qualifications can be found on her website.)

Linda enjoys working with people using hypnosis techniques to help them dissolve barriers that have stood in the way of them reaching their goals. Clients have come to her for help with a wide variety of issues/goals: developing healthier eating habits (weight loss/compulsive eating/dietary restrictions), to stop smoking or overcome other bad habits, to learn stress management & relaxation skills, to improve self-esteem and confidence, overcoming fears & phobias, relief from insomnia, pain management, motivation/overcoming procrastination, organization/letting go of clutter, and much more.

To find out more, please visit her website at www.newhorizonsinhypnosis.com.

 

 

 

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