Brenda Joseph

Brenda grew up in a quiet farming community in Tennessee. That environment endowed her with small town friendliness, value and special community relations skills. After receiving an Associates Degree from Cumberland University in Tennessee, and two years in Acala de Hernares, Spain, she settled in Tarrant County where she graduated from the Univ. of Texas at Arlington.

She has lived and worked in northeast Tarrant County area for forty-five plus years. She and Edward have owned and operated a successful service business in the area for twenty-five of those years, proudly serving the residents of Dallas and Tarrant County. She completed training with Guardianship services, and grief counseling with RTS Bereavement Services. Upon completion of training with the Hypnosis Institute of Texas in 1993 and certification by the National Guild of Hypnotist, Brenda began their practice in Hurst, Texas.

Additional programs of study continued with the Omni Hypnosis Training Institute in Florida, Mottin and Johnson Institute of Hypnosis in Missouri, Dr. William D. Horton, licensed clinical psychologist, Professor Maurice Kershaw of the Canadian Institute of Hypnotism, Bernie Schallehn, licensed clinical Mental Health Counselor, Gary Craig, Emotional Freedom Practitioner and trainer, Jennifer Walz, Reiki Master, and Don H. Blackerby, Phd., Education. 

Brenda is a practitioner of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). EFT is a method by which one taps on different energy meridians on ones body to eliminate negative emotions. EFT has been successful where traditional approaches have failed. She combines Hypnosis with EFT to enhance the achievement of goals for her clients. 

Brenda conducts corporate, church, social, private workshops or programs on Hypnosis and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) 

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