Australian Phenomenon To Tour America - 1st Stop LA

September 07, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
Los Angeles, CA – Australian Hypnotherapist Rick Collingwood, an Australian pioneer in hypnotism plans to visit Los Angeles to unveil his own unique therapeutic hypnosis therapy skills that cures everything from alcoholism to obesity. For more than a decade Collingwood has assisted countless thousands of people in therapeutic hypnosis and is negotiating distribution outlets for upcoming DVDs that helps to motivate and build self esteem and or confidence. Collingwood is available for interviews through Monday (9-10-07) and will be in New York City Sept. 11 -14th on the anniversary of 9-11.

Rick Collingwood is a professional hypnotist, author, counselor, public speaker, business motivator, and hypnosis trainer who practices and trains hypnosis at his Mind Motivations & The Australian Academy of Hypnosis clinics in Brisbane, Queensland, and Perth Western Australia. In 2006 Collingwood’s Lose Weight Now! Hypnosis CD earned him a gold ARIA Award with annual sales of more than 45,000 units. This is believed to be the first Gold Record ever achieved by a hypnosis CD. Between January 2002 and July 2007 The Life Improvement Series Personal Hypnotherapy CDs sold more than 350,000 copies all over the world.

Collingwood has been successful with his hypnosis CDs, too. About 60 percent of his patients noticed a difference when they played the CDs encouraging them to lay off the food intake. They play the CDs 45 minutes a day, six days a week. “We also help manage pain, but our large customers are cancer victims,” said Collingwood. The Australian hypnotherapist has appeared on “ABC Good Morning America”; “A Current Affair”, KTLA Morning News show; and numerous other radio and TV talk shows.

He is the principle of The Australian Academy of Hypnosis and has trained more than 700 therapists in the correct and effective use of his unique therapeutic hypnosis styles. “You can change your life while you sleep with my newly developed neurosonic frequency,” explained Collingwood.