Frances O'Brien C.Ht.

Hypnotherapist, EFT Practitioner
Frances O'Brien

Credentials: Certification

Institution: Hypnosis Motivation Institute

Certification: Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy

Certification Year: 2013

Institution: Hypnosis Motivation Institute

Graduated: 2013

In practice since: 2013

Frances O'Brien is a certified hypnotherapist and Emotional Freedom Technique practitioner with a private practice in Tarzana, CA. In addition, she teaches, gives talks and write articles on natural healing techniques, and she's published a book on the subject called "Your Three Clicks: Find Your Natural Healing Technique". It is with enormous gratitude and compassion that she does this work, and she truly cherishes the positive improvements her clients make.

Relieve Your Mind Hypnotherapy and EFT
http://www.relieveyourmind.com/

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Areas of Specialty

Confidence

Coping Skills

Grief

Self Esteem

Spirituality

Weight Loss

Treatment Methods

Acupressure

Coaching

EFT

Hypnotherapy

Law of Attraction

Meditation and Guided Visualization

Mindfulness

Pain Management

Books Frances has Published

Your Three Clicks

Find Your Natural Healing Technique

There are so many natural healing techniques out there, it's difficult to know which one is right for you. This book will give you an in-depth description for many of the most popular ones, along with several examples of how to use them on your own. In addition, you'll find quotes from several experts in a variety of natural-healing techniques.

Articles Frances has Published
Guided Visualization
Guided Visualization

Guided Visualization is a technique many hypnotherapists use with their clients, and one you can easily incorporate into your life to bring about the changes you want. You're always thinking about something: »

Guided Visualization is a technique many hypnotherapists use with their clients, and one you can easily incorporate into your life to bring about the changes you want. You're always thinking about something: either remembering a past event, focusing on what's happening now, or planning for the future. Even if you're certain that you want to make an improvement to your life (losing excess weight, for..

Frances O'Brien · July 16th, 2017

Frances O'Brien · July 16th, 2017

Utilize Your Dreams
Utilize Your Dreams

You may not be aware of it, but you dream regularly. Your dreams are a manifestation of your mind, and your mind has no off-switch, so, whether you remember or not, you have dreams. Even better, you can »

You may not be aware of it, but you dream regularly. Your dreams are a manifestation of your mind, and your mind has no off-switch, so, whether you remember or not, you have dreams. Even better, you can put your dreams to good use in creating the life you want to live. There are generally considered to be three stages of dreams: The first stage is often referred to (although it's a bit of a misnomer)..

Frances O'Brien · December 31st, 2016

Frances O'Brien · December 31st, 2016

The Healing Touch
The Healing Touch

Did you know that touch can actually heal you? It's true. Perhaps you've noticed that if you have a headache or a pain somewhere in your body, you're likely to touch it at some point. If you see a friend »

Did you know that touch can actually heal you? It's true. Perhaps you've noticed that if you have a headache or a pain somewhere in your body, you're likely to touch it at some point. If you see a friend or family member looking a little down, you might put a hand on his or her back or shoulder and ask "Are you okay?" And a hug lasting twenty seconds or more releases the neurotransmitter and bonding..

Frances O'Brien · October 16th, 2016

Frances O'Brien · October 16th, 2016

The Health Benefits of Gratitude
The Health Benefits of Gratitude

Drs. Michael McCollough and Robert Emmons, both psychologists, conducted a study at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Splitting the study participants into three groups, the doctors assigned each »

Drs. Michael McCollough and Robert Emmons, both psychologists, conducted a study at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Splitting the study participants into three groups, the doctors assigned each person to keep a daily diary. The first group was to write about whatever events occurred that day, whether positive or negative. The second was told to document disagreeable experiences only. The third..

Frances O'Brien · September 11th, 2016

Frances O'Brien · September 11th, 2016