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Melissa Chats About…

  1. Why therapists could strive to bring more playfulness into client sessions.

  2. How does therapeutic memory reconsolidation work?

  3. What is the ‘meta-pattern’ for change and how does it guide her work?

  4. Relaxing around change-work because, as Melissa Tiers says, “This S**T is all made up!”

  5. Why we shouldn’t be “fragile” in testing the change-work.

  6. Why we shouldn’t need to convince people that they’ve changed… if anything, they need to convince us!

About Melissa

Melissa Tiers is the founder of The Center For Integrative Hypnosis with a private hypnosis practice in New York City. She teaches classes in Integrative Hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistic Psychology and mental health coaching. Melissa is an instructor for the NGH and The International Association of Councelors and Therapists and an adjunct faculty member of The New York Open Center and Tri-State College of Acupuncture.

Melissa is a three time recipient of the International Medical and Dental Association’s prestigious Pen and Quill Award for her books “Integrative Hypnosis: A Comprehensive Course in Change”  and “Keeping the Brain in Mind: Practical Neuroscience for Coaches, Therapists and Hypnosis Practitioners” co- written with Shawn Carson And “Integrative Hypnosis with kids and teens: Playing for change” co-written with Kelley Woods. Melissa was also awarded the NGH’s President’s Award, for excellence in the field and the Speaker and Author of the year from the Zurich Hypnose Kongress.


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