National Board for Certified
Listing on these WebPages is voluntary and by request of the therapist. Therefore, the following represents only a partial list of NBCCH certified hypnotherapists for this state. In addition to the therapists listed below, you may request up to three listings for your zip code area from our full roster of Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . Include your zip code.
Sue Kilp, APRN, BC, NBCFCH
Anthem, AZ 85086
National Board Certified Fellow in Clinical Hypnotherapy, Board Certified in Advanced Practice Holistic Nursing, Board Certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatric and Mental Health.
Child, Adolescent and Adult Integrative Psychiatric and Mental Health Services, Mind-Body Counseling, Stress Management, Grief and Loss.
Jef Gazley, M.S. , LMFT, DCC , NBCDCH
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
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Mr. Gazley has practiced psychotherapy for over thirty years and is the owner operator of www.asktheinternettherapist.com since 1998. He is the author of eight mental health educational videos and DVD's and is currently writing a book on distance counseling. Jef is State Licensed in General Counseling, Marriage/Family, and Substance Abuse counseling. He is dedicated to guiding individuals to achieving a life long commitment to mental health and relationship mastery. In his extensive private practice in Scottsdale, Arizona, Jef specializes in ADD, love addiction, hypnotherapy, dysfunctional families, codependency, and trauma issues. He is a trained counselor in EMDR, NET, TFT, Applied Kinesiology, and a certified hypnotist and hypnotherapist. Jef received his B.A. in Psychology, History, and Teaching from the University of Washington and his Masters in Counseling from the University of Oregon. He is a member in good standing with the American Society for Clinical Hypnosis, the International Society for Clinical Hypnosis, a Clinical Member of the Norton Prince Institute of Hypnosis, a member of the National Board of Certified Hypnotherapists, and a member of the American Psychotherapy and Medical Hypnosis Association.
Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD, NBCDCH, CRT
Phoenix, AZ 85048
30+ years specializing in: Mind, Body, Spirit transformation for Individuals, Special Issues, Executive and Business Change Management. As an inspirational leader, Dr. Neddermeyer empowers people to view life’s challenges as an opportunity for Personal/Professional Growth and Spiritual Awakening.
Author, “If I’d Only Known…Sexual Abuse In Or Out of The Family: A Guide To Prevention,” Co-Author, “101 Ways To Improve Your Life” and “Chicken Soup For The Single Parent’s Soul.”
She developed a unique process to create Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Transformation. You will learn how to consciously access your innate wisdom and power to transform symptoms, emotional blocks and to create success. She was a faculty member for the World Regression Congress in the Netherlands, India, Brazil, Turkey.
-Healing old patterns, blocks, beliefs or relationships
-Overcome insomnia or procrastination
-Weight Loss/Smoke Cessation
-Regression (Current, Past Life and Progression)
-Athletic and academic performance
-Tennis, Golf, Gymnastics
-Vocal and Musical Instruments
-Hypnosis for habit control, behavior changes, Past Life Regression, Future Progression
Renee Roberts, Ed.D., NBCCH-Fellow
Yuma, AZ 85364
Licensed Psychologist in Arizona, Nevada, Indiana, and Michigan. Fellow of the National Board for Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists. Thirty (30) years experience in Counseling and Psychotherapy. Assistant Professor in Psychology for seven (7) years at a University, directly two master’s degree programs.
Specializing in treating the full range of diagnoses for adults and older adolescents. Especially:
· Marital/Couples counseling, healthy vs. unhealthy relationships
· Mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, bipolar & PTSD (combat, child abuse survivor, natural disasters, etc.), anger management
· Problems in Living, e.g., self-esteem, being non-assertive and passive, job loss, communication skills, difficulty relaxing or handling stress, budgeting, grief/bereavement, chronic illness and chronic pain, stop smoking, etc.
· Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), esp. for first responders