Hypnosis Counseling Center Opens in Fort Myers
The Hypnosis Counseling Center is open at 10453 Washingtonia Palm Way, in Fort Myers. The center offers individual and group sessions in smoking cessation and weight loss, as well as Director Barry Wolfson’s Keep New Year’s Resolutions group classes in stress management and improving sleep and golf performances in Naples and Bonita Springs. These classes are provided in conjunction with the Florida Gulf Coast University’s Renaissance Academy.
The Hypnosis Counseling Center has been in operation for more than 30 years, with four offices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. It has provided group sessions in more than 30 adult schools, as well as many universities, hospitals and Fortune 500 companies. Wolfson has a master’s degree in counseling and 31 years of experience in hypnotherapy.
Hypnosis taps into the area of the brain that is typically unavailable to aid people in achieving goals that are difficult to do on their own.
For more information, call 908-303-7767, email Barry@HypnosisNJ.com or visit HypnosisNJ.com.
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