Rediscover health and happiness. Spirit is the missing link in the Mind-Body-Spirit paradigm. The secret to becoming your best self is to regain a positive sense of personal worth and purpose.
The iChange Therapy process integrates eastern energy medicine with the western scientist of health promotion.
The lower case i reflects the nature of the individual striving to become whole and healthy. Change is at the heart of becoming whole, healthy & happy.
Dr Kweethai Neill, PhD, has helped clients throughout the US and around the world.
No one leaves the iChange Therapy process without experiencing a change.
A comprehensive process can accomplish so much more.
Dr Kweethai has earned a reputation for excellence. Her unparalleled advice, backed by broad experience and expertise, sets her apart.
The only constant in life is change, yet it seems integral to the human condition to resist it; or worse, adapt to it. Adaptation typically means you are accommodating circumstances you did not choose for yourself. It is a constant stream of self betrayals reinforcing the unspoken notion that you are 'not good enough'.
When you are in charge of your life, you make better choices. You adopt behaviors that counteract negative circumstances. You do not deny circumstances, you rise above them. And you do so consistently because you know what it means to be 'good enough'.
"What is the use of having everything your heart desires if you do not have the good health in mind, body and spirit to enjoy them?"
Hypnotherapy is 'intuitively' appealing for most people; meaning it sounds like it could be beneficial, but how does it work, exactly? That's why Dr Kweethai wrote a book to sell to potential clients that describes her approach to hypnotherapy.
But it is also available in serial form on YouTube. Click the book at left to select sections at random from the YouTube channel, or 'Alternative Path' in the menu line to watch the entire book in sequence.
Dr Kweethai is located in north Texas, but serves clients throughout the US and the world.
Contact her by phone: (940) 453-3589 or email