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In this one of a kind program, Jerry teaches step by step, how to help your clients change their feelings of depression to elation. Jerry identifies three primary types of depression and shows step by step what is necessary to completely transform the client.
You are shown the two different therapies needed to use depending whether the depression was caused by an event or a person.
Included in this program:
Step by step techniques to conduct and teach a successful depression elimination program for clients.
Take advantage of this opportunity to become adept at removing the deep feelings of sadness depression causes.
This video has been digitally remastered from VHS tapes. Not HD quality. Content truly up to date.
About Gerald Kein
Gerald Kein (1939 – 2017)
Gerald (Jerry) F. Kein learned as a 13-year-old directly from Dave Elman, probably the most important hypnotist of the 20th century. But that OMNI and his name would one day become the epitome for cause-oriented, revealing hypnosis training and hypnotherapy in Europe, Asia, South America and even Africa – no one could have known at that time.
Jerry brought ease to hypnosis which was very inspiring and motivating to many of his students. This ease was also evident in an incomparable elegance to hypnotize and therapize: how to respect the client, how to meet them at eye level, and how to guide with a sure hand through the therapy process, all the way to resolution.
Jerry Kein refined the methods developed by Dave Elman ((Link)), expanded them, added to them, and thereby kept them alive in the 80’s and early 90’s. Thereafter, Dave Elman became a widely recognized name, and OMNI has maintained his teachings at their core. Jerry ingeniously structured them so that they could be applied in a process-like manner, greatly raising the quality of hypnotherapy. With a reproducible process, much less is left to chance or the skill of the actual user.
Jerry definitely retired in January 2015, but continued to support, until his death, with much interest Hansruedi Wipf, whom he had chosen as his successor in 2012.
“Jerry is not only my mentor and role model, but was also a good friend who actively supported me in word and deed. This friendship stood above everything and to continue his life’s work is a special honor.” Hansruedi Wipf
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