Some very kind words from a recent NGH Certified Hypnotist graduate (Spring/Summer 2017) Brian Fernandes who is already up and running with his practice BREAKTHROUGH HYPNOSIS –
I first met John when I booked an appointment for a consultation to potentially work on a fear of public speaking and some other issues at his practice, Possibilities Hypnosis. I was skeptical, and potentially thought I was crazy for trying something so foolish as Hypnosis. I met with John and was immediately put at ease and given and in-depth look at what Hypnosis really was. I became very interested, and moved forward with much success on my issues thanks completely to John. I remained in contact with him and my Hypnosis continued to grow.
As time passed I learned John opened his own training school, Greater Rhode Island School of Hypnosis. I was unable to make the first two classes due to my work schedule in Public Safety. Finally, I got a break. Nothing was stopping me from attending his program. I enrolled and learned more than I could have ever thought personally and professionally. I was growing as a person, and into a Hypnotist. His experience and hands on style was great. I was able to hit the ground running with my very own practice, Breakthrough Hypnosis of Rhode Island, LLC because of him.
Additionally, John has successfully, brought together a group of our peers here in Rhode Island who have graduated from his programs. Our own active NGH chapter right here in Rhode Island. There is tons of useful information sessions, networking, and support because of John taking the lead on this and diligently working for our overall success. Additionally, John had his own unique program The Possibilities Process™ that he has shared with us for our own success.
Are we starting to see a trend here for dedication and excellence? I know I am. Essentially, words alone cannot do enough justice to all John has achieved and done for the profession. He is an example of exactly what the NGH stands for. So, why not ask yourself today how such an outstanding professional could be anything but what you stand for? I invite you to strongly consider bestowing this honor on a man who is so honorable to begin with. Thank you for your time and consideration to this email.
Brian L. Fernandes, NREMT, CH