Client Session: Weight Loss, Using Metaphors of Movement

$39.00

Lori had successfully lost 150 pounds over a period of two years, with an intense program of exercise and food monitoring. However, for the last year she had “hit a plateau” with no further progress. In his uniquely creative and provocative style, neurolinguist and clinical hypnotherapist Andrew T. Austin helps Lori explore her “plateau” metaphor in detail, providing her with a range of new behavioral choices.

Whether you or your clients have “hit a plateau,” are “stuck in a rut,” or just “aren’t going anywhere,” when you watch this video you will learn more about how to use Metaphors of Movement to “head in the right direction”—towards powerful yet elegant changes with yourself and others.

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Andrew T. Austin

Andrew T. Austin is a neurolinguist and clinical hypnotherapist, and a registered nurse with experience in neurology. He has been teaching therapeutic methodologies since 1996 and has acquired a sizeable reputation with his developments of Metaphors of Movement and Integral Eye Movement Therapy. He also specializes in the treatment of Phantom Limb Pain and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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