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Teleconference + Free eBook!

April 2020 ‘The Play the Brain for Change Teleconferences’

Discover the secret ingredients for having brain-changing conversations, get qualified to begin using Emotional Pain Intervention (EPI®) with your clients to accelerate brain-based healing and transformation. You will learn specifics on how to explain the brain to clients, target brain-based problems for resolution, use Play the Brain for Change interventions to direct neuroplasticity, rewire and update prior learning and memories.

As a bonus Teleconference participants can immediately download Dr. Michas’ new ebook Play The Brain For Change: How to Activate the Vagus Nerve and Use Neuroplasticity for Quick and Lasting Change.

 If you can’t make the calls, you will get the recordings.

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Emotional Pain Intervention® (EPI)

Introduction to Emotional Pain Intervention (EPI®)

3 Day Introduction To Emotional Pain Intervention (EPI®): Brain-Changing Conversation Keys to Transformation

2020 Training Dates:

    • May 1-3
    • August 21-23

Emotional Pain Intervention (EPI®) provides treatment guidelines for facilitating brain-based transformational and incremental change. With this course you will become more skilled in facilitating real change on an experiential and emotional level, rather than just hoping cognitive insight will lead to change.

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Brain Based Coaching

Brain-Based Coaching

MindWorks Psychology, LLC is unique in that it offers new and innovative Brain-Based Coaching Services, involving step-by-step instruction on neuroscience to promote rapid changes in emotions, behaviors, thoughts to achieve optimal nervous system balance, stress proof your brain and body, clear heartbreak, reach peak performance in career and relationship.

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Do you have trouble getting rapid, lasting change for clients?

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  • Using the most effective interventions.
  • Helping clients access their whole brain for healing.
  • Promoting neuroplasticity.
  • Or are you committing neuroplastic malpractice?

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2020 Trainings

Brain-Based Hypnotherapy Training

April

Get 50 HOURS for CERTIFICATION with both courses:
April 2, 3, 4 – Brain-based Hypnotherapy Basic

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April 4, 5, 6 – Brain-based Hypnotherapy Advanced

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April

Play the Brain for Change Teleconference
+ Free Bonus eBook!

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May

May 1, 2, 3, Introduction to Emotional Pain Intervention

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August

August 21, 22, 23, Introduction to Emotional Pain Intervention

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September

Get 50 HOURS for CERTIFICATION with both courses:
September 24, 25, 26 – Brain-based Hypnotherapy Basic

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September 26, 27, 28 – Brain-based Hypnotherapy Advanced

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New Online Brain-based Coaching Program

LOVESTUCK: The Neuroscience of Healing Heartbreak

Starting March 2020 – Learn to use Emotional Pain Intervention (EPI®) after a breakup so you can feel better fast, heal your heart, and get your brain optimized for love!

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Meet Dr. Michas

Dr. Elizabeth Michas licensed PsychologistDr. Elizabeth Michas is licensed as a Psychologist in the state of Florida (PY4751) since 1992. Her clinical practice at Michas, Valentine & Gill Psychiatric Associates includes psychological and neuropsychological assessment in addition to her primary focus of psychotherapy. Her specialty areas include treatment of trauma, PTSD, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders.

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What Clients Say

Dr. Michas has created a model that joins the science of the brain with common curative factors in psychotherapy. After training with her I’m confident that I can be effective in eliminating emotional pain.

Melinda Paige, Ph.D., LMHC, LPC, CPCS, NCC

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