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Practitioner Profile - Annelle Soponis, Ph.D.

Annelle Soponis, Ph.D.

Annelle Soponis, Ph.D.

Annelle Soponis, Ph.D.

Board Certified Hypnotist

Bridge Hypnosis

Reading

610-509-7610

BridgeHypnosis.com

 

Dr. Soponis specializes in reducing stress that can lead to life challenging issues. A retired college biology professor, Soponis continues to update her credentials, having taken an advanced pain management certification in Florida in December. Last August she presented a workshop and seminar at the national NGH meetings in Massachusetts. Soponis is certified to teach hypnosis by the National Guild of Hypnotists, the oldest and largest organization of nonclinical hypnotists. She offers a 100-hour interactive course where participants learn how to hypnotize under her guidance.

 

Services Offered:

Help with smoking cessation, pain management, test taking, weight control, body image and removal of old patterns, habits and fears that hold people back. Clients learn self-hypnosis and tapping for their own use.

 

Areas of Speciality:

Past life regression and spirit release.

 

Philosophy of Healing:

Your mind affects your body. Working with the subconscious mind, you release old information that no longer serves you. Helping clients to better their well-being increases the well-being of the world.

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