Hypnosis Training Offered in June

Deana Chapman with DCC Hypnosis will hold her next National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) hypnosis certification class June 5 to 13, at her newly expanded DCC Hypnosis, NLP and Life Coaching Center in Fort Walton Beach.

“I've always believed that hypnosis is one of the most influential tools for transforming your life or obtaining your goals,” she says. “Growing this new hypnosis and wellness center is just one of mine.”

In 2006, Chapman began looking into hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and life coaching as tools for overcoming negative behaviors, habits and thoughts. She was NGH certified in 2008 and is now certified to train others to be hypnotists. She offers one-on-one appointments daily for those who wish to stop smoking, lose weight, enhance their sports performance, overcome sadness or improve their relationships.

“I possess the tools to facilitate change,” she says. “I offer coaching to help clients find balance and direction, hypnosis to help them increase their self-confidence and set goals, and NLP to help them shift how they think and act.”

Now she’s expanding her business to include more services such as hypnosis classes and other healing modalities. The center is located at 90 Beal Parkway Northwest, Suite A-1, Fort Walton Beach, next to 8th Element Wellness. “I have three offices open for rent, so any healing service practitioner looking for a peaceful, positive space is welcome to contact me,” Chapman says.

For more info, call 850-261-3596, email dcc.hypnosis@gmail.com or visit DCCHypnosis.com.

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