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    As a Childbirth Educator (1986-present) and Board Certified Hypnotist and HypnoFertility® Practitioner, Shawn created & teaches the ChildbirthJoy Prenatal Hypnosis program.
    She is a published author in the doula series, Bearing Witness & Joyful Birth. She retired from being a Registered Midwife in 2001. One of Shawn’s talents is to help you feel better by the time your appointment completes.
    Setting a goal at the start of your appointment helps to focus the work; a wide range of modalities (hypnosis, tapping/EFT, NLP, mBIT Coaching, Matrix Reimprinting) can be employed so that you are in a calmer and more confident state.
    Shawn also provides resources for you to learn self-hypnosis as well as complimentary mp3 recordings that you can go to sleep to. Most appointments include a personalized hypnosis mp3.
    Areas addressed include fertility, pregnancy issues, birth preparation, habit change, sleep difficulties, and reducing anxiety, fears, and worry thought patterns.
    Online appointments are generally two hours in length with a range of options available (day/evening/weekend). To book directly, click on the website icon on the lower left.

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