Hypnotherapy lunch lecture, tomorrow at Dept. of the Interior 

We charitably refrain from any suggestion that this somehow explains the new drilling rules on oil and gas, and note instead that at least taxpayers aren't funding it.

MEMORANDUM

To: All DOI DC Metropolitan Area Employees and Contractors

From: Barbara S. Hayden, RN, Occupational Health Nurse

Interior Complex Health Unit, National Business Center

Subject: Free "Bring your Lunch and Learn" Lecture: "Hypnosis today: how it can help you change unwanted behaviors and thinking patterns”

When: Noon to 1:00 PM Wednesday, January 13, 2010 (Feel free to bring your lunch)

Where: North Penthouse, MIB, 1849 C Street NW Hypnosis has become a well-respected and proven tool to help people recover from addictions like smoking and compulsive overeating, but studies have also shown good results in the benefit of hypnotherapy in:

  • Reducing or eliminating fears and stress, including PTSD
  • Treating pain during childbirth and reducing labor time
  • Controlling pain during dental or surgical procedures
  • Relieving symptoms associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Lowering blood pressure
  • Controlling nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy
  • Reducing the intensity or frequency of headaches
  • Hastening the healing of some skin diseases, including warts
  • Improving Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem

Come hear about the modern applications of hypnosis from Ron Klein, a National Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. Mr Klein has more than 34 years’ experience as a hypnotherapist and is an instructor in Ericksonian Hypnosis & Brief Psychotherapy, a Certified Trainer and Fellow in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, and is Certified by the State of Maryland as a Clinical Supervisor in addictions counseling.

Whether you are just curious, or think hypnosis might be helpful to you, please join us for this informative lecture!

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