Hello…it’s Marti here. Can I be honest with you for a moment?
I can’t believe how many women going through menopause still believe that they have to put up with stress, anxiety, and uncontrollable outbursts of rage or tears.
So many women tell me how they are trying to “think positive” to control their emotions during menopause but they are still stuck with feeling stressed-out, panicked and moody.
Want to hear something crazy? The worst way to feel better is to recite endless affirmations and tell yourself things could be worse.
I know, I know, everybody thinks that stuffing down your feelings and putting on a “fake-it-‘til-you-make-it” smile is the best way to return to a cheerful, sunny demeanor but it’s just not true.
My clients go from panicked to peaceful without doing ANY of that.
I’m sure there are tons of ‘experts’ still promoting just thinking positive.
But the women I work with achieve a genuine sense of peace, calm and confidence even if they’ve experienced conflict and trauma in their past.
What’s more, they also reduce their stress and gain a more positive mental attitude so they can sleep easier. Not just that, they develop greater intimacy and connection with their significant others. And better yet, they live a life of joy because they love themselves for the awesome women they are, exactly as they are.
A little about me…
For the past 15 years I have been helping women reduce stress and overwhelm, overcome success-stalling fear, build confidence and self-esteem, break bad habits and develop new positive ones.
I am also the author of ThinSights – A 30 Day Journey to Mind & Body Transformation, a guidebook of self-hypnosis techniques to tackle common weight loss challenges. I have been featured on eHealth BlogTalk Radio, eWomen Networkwith Sandra Yancey on ABC Radio, and in the Colorado Springs Independent. I have also been included on panels of experts in the Sweet Dreams Online Sleep Summit, Love Yourself Skinny…It’s Not about The Scale Telesummit, and Ageless: The Global Wellness Giveaway.
As a Consulting Hypnotist I provide meditative and motivational coaching for a wide range of issues, including making medical or psychological care obtained elsewhere more effective. However, my work is not intended as a substitute for such care. I do not diagnose, treat nor prescribe. My services help normal persons with normal problems in living, enhancing human flourishing by inculcating positive thinking by the capacity for self-hypnosis. My services are supportive and educational, teaching persons to use their natural skills and abilities.
I am certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists, the oldest certifying body of hypnotists in the world. I graduated from the University of Denver in Denver, CO and received my hypnosis training at the Eastburn Institute of Hypnosis in Westminster, CO. When I’m not in the office, you’ll find me exploring my home state of Colorado with my husband, children, and our Newfoundland, DaisyBear.