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ACC NEWS features Empowerment Coach & Hypnotherapist Constance Kenney

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Scottsdale, AZ – In personal and professional life, we all want to exist and perform at the highest levels. In order to achieve this, alignment of mind, body and emotion is a necessity. All too often, it’s easy to become unbalanced. Stress in the present, stress from the past and anxiety about the future are all major contributors to throwing off one’s personal balance. While there are some who may frown upon seeking outside assistance, more and more people are finding amazing, long lasting and fast results from trained professionals like Constance Kenney of Fearless Expressions.

Certified in Clinical Hypnotherapy and Transformational Life Coaching, Constance incorporates her education with her more than 35 years of experience as a piano teacher. No stranger to stress and anxiety, Constance first dealt with performance anxiety at the age of 11 while performing at an Honors Recital, where she completely froze with fear. While the fear stuck with, limited and caused Constance to question her future, she would eventually go on to earn a degree in Piano Performance so she could teach.

After more than three decades, Constance felt that she was meant for something more and cites an experience with a student and hypnotherapist as a major turning point in her life. “I went to three sessions of hypnotherapy that helped me more than any book or therapeutic counseling I ever had in the past.  He was able to assist me in releasing my personal fears, past and present, but he also taught me to develop a self-help tool that reinforced my memorization and visualization skills” exclaims Kenney.

 Constance founded Fearless Expressions and began working with men, women and children to overcome performance anxieties. Today, she has expanded her hypnotherapy practice to include individuals who struggle with managing stress, weight, academic performance, public speaking, and sports performance.

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