Mark Grant MA is an Australian Psychologist/researcher, with 30 years experience and a particular interest in the impact of stress on health and the involvement of the brain in stress. He likes to take a creative but practical approach to creating tools for undoing the effects of severe stress; ie, strategies that harness innate brain capabilities. He is definitely someone who is prepared to look outside traditional approaches, to do what works best for his clients rather than what is in some text-book. In addition to various research papers, apps and other audio downloads he is the author of Change Your Brain Change Your Pain (self-help) and Pain Control with EMDR (clinical treatment manual).
Patrick McCarthy MB ChB first trained in hypnosis in 1991. By 1993 he was President of the NZSH and already an international hypnosis speaker. He has been a multiple Toastmaster Champion, award winning actor, stand up comedian, Improv actor, author, playwright and even briefly appeared in the movie Avatar. He is a performer and entertainer and not just a presenter. He has given highly rated hypnosis workshops in NZ, Australia, UK, Canada, USA, France, Denmark, Norway and Germany and spent 25 years seeking and finally finding the cure for anxiety.
Patrick’s new book: How to Cure Anxiety in Just Five Therapy Sessions
Di McGreal PhD is a Psychologist who runs a long-standing clinical practice in Frankston Melbourne. She has wide experience in a number of therapies and treats a wide range of clinical issues, all designed to promote clients’ wellbeing and positive living. Di has significant experience as a hypnosis practitioner and utilises trance with the majority of her clients. She is also an experienced hypnosis trainer, providing student supervision in the Society’s Postgraduate Training Course, as well as regularly running workshops and online hypnosis training. Di’s new book is scheduled for publication in 2023 in the mean time You Can be Happy – 101 Ways to Smile by Diane McGreal and Sandra C. Brown is available at You Can be Happy – 101 Ways to Smile
Glenda Robertson MBusPsych is a Psychotherapist with 15 years experience, specialising in working with clients who are suffering trauma, grief and loss. Her therapeutic approach is eclectic and includes Multi Systemic Therapy and Clinical Hypnosis, an approach designed to enhance clients’ coping and positive wellbeing. Glenda has conducted grief and loss counselling nationally for twenty-five years.