I received my graduate degree in Social Work from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 1980. I began my study of hypnosis in 1982, and continue to find it a subject of fascination, adaptability, and versatility. I use this tool for habit control, pain management, personal growth and psychotherapy. Here’s my profile on Psychology Today.
Through the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, I hold the title of Approved Consultant in Clinical Hypnosis. This designation means that I may assist in the training of other therapists who want ASCH Certification. Search the ASCH public database.
In addition to my membership in ASCH, I’ve been active in my professional organization — the National Association of Social Workers. Having previously held several regional and committee appointments, I was elected President of the Nebraska Chapter for 1997 through 1999. More recently, I served on the NE Chapter’s Ethics Committee. For 2016 through 2020, I will be a member of the Board of Mental Health Practice – a part of the Nebraska Department of Health. The Board oversees our profession for licensure.
I have joined other organizations relevant to my work:
Additionally, I served as Board President of the Association of Private Practice Therapists in 2014.
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