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Trina Swerdlow, CCHT

199 E. Linda Mesa, Ste. 4
Danville, CA 94526

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Trina Swerdlow is a certified clinical hypnotherapist. She is not a nurse or a physician. Offering hypnotherapy services in California is a certified credential that can be alternative or complementary to licensed healing arts, such as psychotherapy.

All testimonials appearing on this site reflect real life experiences of those who have used our services or products. These testimonials, and all professional endorsements for our services or products, were volunteered by the makers without an offer of compensation. The results referred to in these testimonials are individual results and results do vary. We make no claims that the individual results are typical results that all clients will achieve. Goal-reaching success is often related to a client’s motivation level to consistently utilize our tools or products and follow the suggested guidelines.

Trina Swerdlow, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist

Trina Swerdlow is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, an internationally published ARTIST, a nondenominational Minister, and the AUTHOR of Stress Reduction Journal — Meditate & Journal Your Way to Better Health.

Trina has had a private practice in Danville for 11 years — she specializes in stress management and weight loss. She is a Meditation Teacher with over twenty-five years of personal meditation experience.

The stress-reducing tools that she offers address the mind, body, and spirit.

"My personal experience with stress comes from being a survivor of childhood abuse," Trina shares. "Unfortunately, my adrenal glands learned at an early age to be on red alert. Stress has been both a thorn in my side, and a profound teacher for me. I've learned a great deal about compassion and self-love from having such an intimate relationship with trauma-related stress."

Additional tools she offers include guided imagery, clinical hypnotherapy, sand play, voice dialogue, assertive communication, and E.F.T. — Emotional Freedom Technique. Trina receives many referrals from doctors and psychotherapists.

As a Transformational Thought Leader — Trina has written over 50 articles
for ALIVE magazine and spoken on various stages
throughout SF Bay Area.

Her tools and compassionate support have helped her clients emotionally prepare for surgery as well as manage the painful side effects of chemotherapy for breast cancer. She has also helped hundreds of people lose weight through her own practice and through classes she taught at John Muir Women’s Health Center.

Radio Host Doctor and Author, Len Saputo, has this to say about Trina:

“In a powerful testimonial to her authenticity, Trina Swerdlow has combined what she has learned through her own personal life challenges with a lifelong commitment to helping others. She empowers us to own both our power and vulnerabilities, thereby claiming our own authenticity.”

Currently, Trina is thrilled to be launching Weight Loss 18 Minutes — a program that harnesses the power of the unconscious mind and doesn’t require WILLPOWER! Her innovative program teaches people how to nourish the “hungers of the HEART.”

Finally, her diverse skills, meditation experience, art, and writing come together as the transformational tools that Trina soulfully shares with her clients today. The innovative methods she offers in her private practice are 12-step compatible.

She loves sharing practical tools that empower her clients
to move toward their personal and professional goals!

copyright © 2008 Trina Swerdlow