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Roger Moore has been in the profession of counseling and human services since 1973. He holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Counseling Psychology and has more than 9 years of graduate studies in Behavior Science. Roger has been in private practice specializing as a Medical Counselor and Hypnotherapist since 1997. He has offices in the Medical Dental Building in downtown Seattle, on Bainbridge Island and works at Peninsula Cancer Center. He is the author of Becoming Slender For Life.
Hypnosis for the Trauma of Disease and End-of-Life
It is normal for a person with a life-threatening disease or an end-stage diagnosis to experience feelings of anxiety and fear. A diagnosis of cancer or other serious illness can affect recovery, daily life and can lead to post traumatic stress. Roger Moore will discuss effective strategies for overcoming the trauma of disease and impending death. You will have the opportunity to explore your own thoughts, beliefs and emotions about disease and end-of-life.
Hypnosis for an Aging Population
There are 617.1 million of us that are over the age of 65 world-wide and 47.8 million here in the U.S. The average life expectancy is age 79. One of us baby boomers die every 20.6 seconds in the U.S. Today, there will be 4,204 baby boomer deaths in the U.S.
85% of those of us over the age of 65 will need some sort of assistance at some point in our life. 68% of U.S. population has Necrophobia (fear of death). The number one fear for elderly people is that we will have to go into a nursing home.
As health care is moving towards non-medical and holistic methods of care, there is an overwhelming need for your hypnosis services and support. In this training you will learn specific tools and marketing techniques to meet a growing need in your community.