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Natural Awakenings Ann Arbor Michigan

Deep Hypnosis Goes to the Heart of the Subconscious

Feb 01, 2018 12:00AM
Alice Mixer, a licensed clinical master of social work with 40 years of clinical experience, certified hypnotherapist and therapist in private practice, was trained in QHHT by Dolores Cannon in Arkansas, completing levels one and two and being certified as a recommended practitioner before Cannon’s death. “I then became a certified hypnotherapist through the Michael Newton Institute to do the Life Between Lives sessions where the client can be regressed to the between life state,” says Mixer.

She states, “I am mostly retired and do three or four of these sessions per week and schedule about six weeks in advance. I do not offer events or classes because my schedule is full without doing so, and when people decide to do this they want to do it right away and not wait.” She explains there are two forms of deep healing hypnosis: the Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique developed by Cannon and Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy, developed by Michael Newton. They are both very powerful techniques to access the subconscious, which is the access point to change.

“People can find the cause of problems and conditions—mental, emotional, physical and spiritual—and release them quickly. Clients get a direct experience of being so much more than the physical body. It is a life-changing experience which gives the client a new set-point for their lives. People can access their own inner ability to heal and find joy in a very short time without the time-consuming and expensive process of traditional therapy,” says Mixer.

“Deep and lasting change and understanding can be done in a four-hour session. Connecting with their inner guidance moves the client to a new level, where the growth can be continued on their own. I have a very high success rate and offer my clients that they may have the session at no charge if they are not glad they did it,” she offers. “I have had 40 years of clinical experience and am currently also working as a traditional therapist, but deep hypnosis goes to the heart of where change occurs, the subconscious.”


Alice Mixer’s practice is located at 618 Miner St., in Ann Arbor. For more information, call 734-769-3134, email [email protected] or visit

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