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Marla Brucker, DCH, R.HA
Did You Know?
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- Deepak Chopra
“So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they
seem improbable, and ...soon they become inevitable.”
- Christopher Reeve
“Everybody's got a laughin' place; problem is people just
don't know where to find it”.
- Br'er Rabbit
“I want to thank you for such a wonderful training. It has changed my life. Your support and guidance has also helped me let go of limiting beliefs and realize greater personal and professional successes.” - Michael S. PhD.
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Letter from the Executive Director
Have you ever heard the phrase, “Get up and finish the race”? Well it reminds me of a beautiful story of support and unity.
A few years ago at the Seattle Special Olympics, nine contestants, all physically or mentally challenged, assembled at the starting line for the 100-yard dash. At the sound of the horn, they all started running excitedly to the finish line; unfortunately one boy stumbled, fell and began to cry. When the other eight kids heard the boy’s cry, they stopped running and they all turned around and went back to where he was lying on the ground. One girl with Down’s syndrome bent down, kissed him and said, “This will make it better.” The boy got up, and all nine kids linked arms and walked together to the finish line. Everyone in the stadium stood, and the cheering went on for 10 minutes.
How many of you have ever felt challenged or overwhelmed where you weren’t able to see opportunities that were out there and you just wanted to give up? There may have been times that you didn’t feel you received the support you needed, or you just felt alone…
Those kids reached out to that boy, and united as one. We need to remember to reach out to others as well. The strength and support we receive becomes our foundation to creatively work through whatever challenges us. There is no problem without a gift in its hands.
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” -Aesop
To Your Success,
Marla Brucker, DCH, R.HA
Upcoming Certification Trainings
Cognitive Behavioral Hypnotherapy
CE credits available for MFTs, LCSWs, RNs and others.
Class Schedule – 3 weekends
Aug. 4 – 5
Aug. 18 – 19
Aug. 25 – 26
Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00am - 6:00pm
Course Goals and Objectives:
Learn how to maximize the body/mind/spirit connection using hypnosis. This training will explore the principles and strategies of Cognitive Behavioral Hypnotherapy for well-being including pain management, medical hypnosis, and listening to the unconscious mind. Help clients uncover limiting beliefs and forgiveness issues. This training will also include Alchemical Hypnosis, techniques for counseling and coaching, hypnosis and the law, how to build a practice, and much more! For a full course description, click this link: Cognitive Behavioral Hypnotherapy
This comprehensive course in Cognitive Behavioral Hypnotherapy provides hands-on demonstrations and experiential training that leads to becoming certified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist in Integrative Hypnotherapy. It’s also beneficial for alternative and mental health professionals, as well as anyone in quest of personal self-growth.
To find out more about the Cognitive Behavioral Hypnotherapy training, or to register for the class, Click here
Receive a $100 discount: Register on or before July 24th! SEATING IS LIMITED: Due to popular demand these certification trainings Sell Out quickly. Call to reserve your space now.
Contact Marla Brucker (858) 587-0422 or Marla@SDHypnosisTraining.com with any questions
Next Open House: June 21st
Note: New Location*
Join Us at Our Next Open House and Networking Social on Thursday June 21st, and learn more about our next training in Cognitive Behavioral Hypnotherapy. This fun, inspiring event includes wine, appetizers, networking, a raffle & good company!
Our topic will be on Feng Shui.
Our guest presenter Cathleen McCandless is a Feng Shui expert and author of the best selling book, Feng Shui that Makes Sense; Easy Ways to Create a Home that FEELS as Good as it Looks. Cathleen will speak on "The Science of Feng
Cathleen will also be giving a workshop on Sept. 8th from 10:00 – 5:00pm. For more information visit our website: Feng Shui Workshop.
When: Thursday June 21st, from 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Where: *2375 Northside Dr. Suite 330, San Diego, 92108. (West side of the parking lot; East of CostCo and IKEA in Mission Valley.)
Cost: This is a Free Event!
Please RSVP so we can provide enough food and beverages! Click on the link to find more info: http://sdhypnosistraining.com/aboutus/open-houses/ or call Marla at (858) 587-0422 or (858) 414-1614 (cell)
Spoon Bending Workshop
Congratulation to our Spoon Benders!!! The workshop was a great success. We had 55 attendees and almost everyone was able to bend their spoons and forks with little to no effort. Check out our pictures and some information about the event on our Blog. I want to thank my team Sharna Langlais, Andrew Utley and Jane Bustin that helped make this event a success.
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