In this episode we will speak with Melvin Marsh around how to help healing professionals work with the LGBTQ community in an honoring and consious way to help the world develop with compassion and kindness around sensitive matters that also blend with our day to day communities.
Melvin Marsh is a practicing hypnotherapist in Augusta, Georgia with particular interests in medical hypnosis, phobias, and anxiety. While attending medical school, hypnotherapy was suggested to him to deal with his own anxiety problem caused by a residual medical phobia. As hypnotherapy started to relieve the symptoms, he realized he could use hypnosis to help his future patients. Eventually, he realized he liked hypnotherapy more than biochemistry and left medical school to pursue studies at HMI College of Hypnotherapy where he graduated with honors.
Melvin’s educational background includes a B.S. in Anthropology and Human Biology from Emory University, a M.S. in Space Studies (focus on aerospace psychology) from the University of North Dakota, and has completed many hours of study on Webyeshiva and is a licensed EMT.
When Melvin is not seeing clients, he can be found playing with his dogs, watching bad vampire films, and cooking gourmet food. He also is an activist for transgender rights (he is ftm) and volunteers at his synagogue. He also enjoys harassing and embarrassing his partner and daughter. He can also sometimes be seen attempting to complete crazy things on his Bucket List and fighting off the cries of “Eat me” from the mountain of chocolate in his pantry.
Find Melvin at https://afterhourshypnotherapy.com/
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