CAS066 - Clinical Hypnosis w/ Dr. Chris Faiver - Airdate 4/5/2007

Contributing Editor:

Laura Bruneau, M.Ed., PCC-S is a doctoral candidate at Kent State University.


Dr. Christopher M. Faiver is a Professor and Coordinator of the Community Counseling master’s program at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. Licensed in counseling and psychology in Ohio, he is also certified nationally as a clinical consultant in hypnosis by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.  He has taught several courses on clinical hypnosis at John Carroll University for the past 18 years.  


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