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Linda Campbell

The Hypno Dojo

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the Hypno Dojo is a place of learning for anyone interested in Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy. I have worked as a Certified Hypnotherapist since 1999 and maintain a private practice in Victoria BC. I have worked with clients on a variety of issues including weight reduction, smoking cessation, pain management, post traumatic stress disorder, fears and phobias, anxiety disorders, insomnia, fertility and birthing, and stress. I hold specialty certification in Holistic Hypnoanalysis, Metaphysical Counseling, Forensic Hypnosis, Pain Management and Hypnobirthing. I teach Hypnotherapy at my PCTIA approved school, the Horizon Center ,offering both in person (In Victoria BC) and online Hypnotherapy training. I am the founder and chair of The Canadian Association of Counseling Hypnotherapists and Educators (CACHE)

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Although no client will ever want to hear ?Your pain is all in your head?, every type of pain has two components; physical and emotional/subconscious. Physical pain is the portion of the pain that stems from an obvious physical cause such as an accident, disorder or condition. However, pain can also be mind-created. Subconscious/ emotional pain is the portion of the pain that is created by the client's SC mind or their emotions, expectations and experiences of pain. For example, if a client is anticipating pain when having a baby the act of telling oneself that there is going to be pain or hearing other people's painful birth stories creates the pain (what is in our Sc mind is automatically acted out). The expectation of pain causes the client to tense and this tension exacerbates the pain. Tension, fear, anxiety, beliefs about pain, previous experiences of pain, being exposed to other's experiences of pain, anticipation of pain ALL CREATE PAIN! So, the trick becomes to determine how much of the pain a client is experiencing actually stems from a physical cause and how much stems from an emotional/SC cause. Each type needs to be treated appropriately. In this episode I will tell you how to identify which type of pain you are working with and what you can do in each case to address and eliminate or reduce the pain or symptom.
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Most people who come to see me to quit smoking have tried several other means to quit including medical interventions, laser, the patch, nicotine gum and cold turkey. Some of my clients have told me things like ?Quitting smoking is EASY!... more

Whether you are a new Hypnotherapist or a client new to Hypnosis, you probably have a lot of misconceptions and expectations of your first hypnotherapy sessions. In this segment, we will discuss the common misconceptions and why... more

Why limit your Hypnotherapy practice by treating only local clients? By doing Skype sessions, you can broaden your reach and save a lot of money on office expenses. However, there are about a zillion things that can go wrong that need... more

are you still trying to figure out how to get clients, how to stand out or how to have more fun in your practice? Tune in and hear three ways you can create a practice that is fun and lucrative and that will eliminate the notion of competition once... more

The first Friday of every month on HypnoBits is Newbie Questions. Linda Campbell will be answering questions from her students and graduates as well as those sent in by listeners. Call or email in with your questions... more

new hypnoptherapists often want to keep their services inexpensive or, worse yet,not even charge for their services (gasp!) In this episode, I am going to share with you the pitfalls of underselling your services

The first Friday of every month is Newbie Question time! While I am teaching Hypnotherapy Certification classes or listening to my graduates and colleagues discuss their practices, I am always paying attention to the questions they have... more

the mind operates by association and so fetishes are developed in much the same way that phobias are. By understanding how the mind makes associations and how we can break up those associations we can help clients eliminate... more

Ever get a client that had a really complicated back story? Ever feel overwhelmed by the vast number of your client's symptoms? Ever feel like you are just circling the drain with clients and not getting real results? This simple ABC strategy for... more

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