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James Hazlerig

James Hazlerig


James Hazlerig  is a hypnotist, author, meditation teacher, professional musician, and champion storyteller. In his Austin practice, he helps clients quit smoking, manage stress, and overcome fear. He has taught anger management for Austin Recovery, mental freedom at the Travis County jail, the history of hypnosis for the Hypnosis Practitioner Training Institute, and hypnotic storytelling and metaphor at Anne King’s Hypnosis Center. In 2014, he co-authored (with international hypnosis trainer Richard Nongard)a book called Speak Ericksonian: Mastering the Hypnotic Methods of Milton Erickson. His most recent publication is The Little Book of Laughnosis: Using the Hypnotic Power of Unconditional Laughter to Change Lives.

Transformative Storytelling for Smoking Emancipation

Do you work with people who struggle to quit smoking?

Do you search for the magic bullet smoking cessation technique?

Your smokers come to you with a story about themselves. That story is their identity, and that identity has to change for them to be free from tobacco.

In this class, learn a protocol that combines numerous conventional hypnotic techniques with metaphor and storytelling to help your clients step into new identities as non-smokers.

Rising to the Occasion: Metaphor and Storytelling for Erectile Dysfunction w/ Kaz Riley

Do you get that call from men who aren’t rising to the occasion? Have you noticed they’re not even comfortable telling you what’s wrong?

And then there’s that awkwardness during the session. What will you do? Operate content-free? Use direct suggestions full of medical terminology? Show them pictures of footballs going through tires?

You need some good metaphors and hypnotic stories to help them get their mojo back.

In this class, the storytelling guy and the sex hypnosis gal will share their insights, their case histories, and their best metaphors to help your clients get the lead back in the pencil.

James is offering a 2 day post conference workshop: The Four Word Induction

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