If you are a health care giver, you are in the business of healing. If you deal with helping clients feel better, you already have the knowledge and skill. Yet, if you have ever felt that all the knowledge and skills you have somehow are not enough to help your patients heal--that is, to become whole again--you will benefit from iHealth Trainings. If you desire to find out more about how to help your clients help themselves, or if you wish to find out how you can help yourself be calmer, more grounded, more centered, less turbulent and more competent in helping a client who is wounded in spirit; or if you wish to be a more effective healer, iHealth Trainings are for you.
Health education works! Most people know what they should be doing to maintain good health. Just as most know how to be successful at their work and in their relationships. We are a highly educated population. The unfortunate reality is that it requires considerable effort to act on the things we know, even when we claim to desire health, wellness, and happiness.
iHealth Trainings serve as a change catalyst by getting you to ACT on your desires. You can't just "think about it." "I am trying" is a weak excuse for ineffective action. We know you know what you need to do. iHealth Trainings provide the tools and skills to actively strive toward an improved self.
Daytona Beach, FL
Dr. Kweethai presents something of value every year. She currently serves on the IMDHA Board of Directors and has been delivering the Conference Welcome and Orientation.
This conference draws experienced presenters, each of whom has a unique specialization. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the breadth of hypnotherapy services from successful practitioners.
Las Vegas, NV
Dr. Kweethai was one of the original presenters and continues to return each year. One of the organizing principles of the conference has been to invite speakers of opposing views and encourage participants to attend sessions with which they might disagree.
A common query as participants help each other select sessions to attend is "Are you 'stage' or 'therapy'?"
The conference has grown quickly, but participants can still grab the ear of presenters for quiet sidebars.