Trish Dennison, author of “Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones but Words Can Hurt Forever” A Message from the Children in My Chair
Business Name / Focus: Trish Dennison Health & Happiness Coach
What have you accomplished, as a result of participating in any of our courses or Insiders’ Club?
I have grown and learned so much from D’vorah Lansky on productivity, creativity, social reach, structure, power of planning, and accountability. Learning from scratch I have successfully set up Pinterest Boards, opened an Etsy shop, learned to do colorful web graphics, created a 30 day and 7-day challenge, started a new attractive online classroom, learned PowerPoint to create presentations and add audio for MP4s more insider tips and strategies than I can list.
How has this helped you to grow your business?
Learning with D’vorah presented me with the opportunity to close my 30-year clinical practice and transition to online platforms, enabling me to continue to be of service and support to my clients and students and extend my reach through the magic of the web.
What would you like people to know about you and what you offer?
Combining my 30 years of expertise in Hypnotherapy, EFT, Health Coaching, Energy medicine, Mind-Body Connections, Aromatherapy and more I create programs and protocols for women available at Trish Dennison’s Academy for Self-Care. “Self-Recovery through Self Discovery”
My passion is to help women learn to love themselves as they are and live free of conditioned habits, thoughts, feelings, behaviours and limiting believes.
I am a self-professed word wizard. There is power in the words we think and say. Words can express a declaration of war or a treaty of peace. My first book addresses the inherited characteristics of the unconscious mind called conditioning. “Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones but Words Can Hurt Forever” A Message from the Children in my Chair.
My motto is “There is always a Softer, Gentler Way to think, to feel to be.” Let me teach you how.
Finding D’vorah and being a member of this group has changed my life. I am in a community of like-minded people, each with our own expertise and a mutual desire to serve and enhance the lives of others. Together we learn, we share, we encourage and we support each other in our dreams and endeavors. It is a safe and comfortable place to be real, vulnerable, confused and overwhelmed. With D’vorah we are in good hands and great company.