National Guild of Hypnotists Certification Program
Practicing consulting hypnotist Keridak Silk will lead a National Guild of Hypnotists certification program on select Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sundays from 1 to 6 p.m., April 6 through June 6, at Universal Awareness Fellowship, in Menomonee Falls. The course will include 75 hours of in-depth hypnotist training; hands-on practice; a small class size for individual attention; all materials including books, CDs and recorded hypnosis induction; techniques for marketing a hypnosis practice; guidance on working with corporations, medical/healing practices and other organizations; and online group support.
In addition to being a consulting hypnotist, Silk has been a practicing intuitive for over 45 years and integrates all of her skill sets into her work with clients. She has completed master-level training in reiki, kundalini reiki, and she’s a certified shaman in the Correllian Nativist Tradition. Silk holds a master’s degree from National Louis University in counseling/human services. She’s co-minister at the Universal Awareness Fellowship and founder of Dragon Egg Academy, an online school for divination, intuition, energy work, elementals and dragons.
Cost: $1,970; register by March 31 and save $1,000. Location: N91W17194 Appleton Ave., Ste. 106B, Menomonee Falls. For more information, call 303-887-6477, email Keridak@Keridak.com or visit Keridak.com/nghcertificate.
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