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Seeking Change Within Ourselves with Juliet C Obodo

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Seeking Change Within Ourselves with Juliet C Obodo

In this episode we go deep – deep into the subconscious that is. Host D calls up Juliet C Obodo, hypnotherapist and neurolinguistic master practitioner a who took a major…
August 24, 2020
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Seeking Change Within Ourselves with Juliet C Obodo

In this episode we go deep – deep into the subconscious that is. Host D calls up Juliet C Obodo, hypnotherapist and neurolinguistic master practitioner a who took a major career pivot after working in a lucrative corporate job to find her passion. Juliet answers questions about the practice of hypnosis including how she recognizes thinking patterns, healing ancestral trauma, addressing our inner child and how she helps her clients find their “rich bitch selves”.  They go into the differences between therapy and hypnosis as well as chat about how hypnosis can help those in the healthcare profession specifically.  

You can find Juliet on Instagram and Youtube @julietcobodo. Find out more about her programs at fwrdinstitute.com. Be sure to subscribe, rate and review, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TheWoMed! Remember to submit your weekly Nurse D Energy moments to D on Instagram – we love reading and sharing them!

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