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A Strange Cure for Lack of Sleep

Why your perception of any lack of sleep last night is so important. Just believing that you’ve slept better than you really have is enough to boost cognitive performance the next day, a recent study finds. The research, published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, divided 164 people into two groups […]

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What Are YOU Waiting For? Procrastination Deconstructed.

This article originally appeared in the Fall 2012 issue of Healthwise Ottawa Just because Dr. Tim Pychyl is an expert in procrastination doesn’t mean he’s an expert in avoiding the tasks on his to-do list. The Carleton University professor of psychology, author, podcaster, and Psychology Today blogger admits that even he sometimes — though rarely […]

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Differences in brains of boys, girls should guide teaching strategies

A highly regarded marriage and family counselor, Gurian gained international renown as an author on gender differences, specifically in adolescents. His ongoing research serves as the basis for his prolific writing career. Gurian calls himself a “social philosopher” who pioneered efforts to bring neurobiology and brain research into homes, schools, corporations and public policy.  The […]

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2017 ACHE Virtual Conference

Jane Ann Covington will be a presenter at the 2017 ACHE Virtual Conference. A description of the presentation is below. Register for only $247 for ACHE members to view the full conference.  April 22-23, 2017. Here is a link to the catalog:http://hypnotistexaminers.org/conference/2017-virtual–conference-catalog/ Getting Rid of PTSD & Anxiety for Good, Jane Ann Covington 70% of […]

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Why Do We Become So Addicted to Sugar?

Making a choice Addiction is a medical condition in which the person has uncontrollable desire to take a substance or engage in an activity, despite knowing that it may lead to adverse effects. Taking that substance or engaging in that activity will make the person feel good. Does sugar fit the bill? Clearly yes, as […]

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Clinical Hypnosis May Be Effective for Cancer Pain, IBS, Headaches

This article originally appeared on Clinical Pain Advisor. Results of brain imaging studies demonstrate that “hypnosis influences all of the cortical areas and neurophysiological processes that underlie pain and emotions.” A report by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) cites evidence supporting the efficacy of hypnosis for relief of chronic pain in cancer, irritable bowel […]

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2017 Deadline, Bonuses, to become The Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist You’ve Wanted to be

What’s the outcome, the transformation, you can have by this summer? Promise: You can graduate as a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist…amazing, confident, competent and truly ready to start your business this summer! What do you get? A proven method (the same method I use in my daily private practice yielding a 95% success rate) to help […]

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BIG Announcement

I’m really excited to announce that… …after all the requests, I’ve decided to go ahead and create a training program that will teach you how to become a hypnotist and hypnotherapist online! This is something that people have been asking me to do for a long time now, and I’m so happy that we’ve worked […]

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