An experienced and recognized family therapist, Arlene Englander added hypnosis to her practice after recognizing its acceptance by the National Institutes of Health and endorsements by experts in behavioral medicine, psychiatry, neuroscience and cognitive-behavioral therapy. She has a Masters Degree in Social Work from Loyola University and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Illinois. She has experience as a marriage and family therapist with a practice in individual and group psychotherapy.
A National Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Arlene has trained at the world-famous Wellness Institute in Issaquah, Washington, specializing in Heart-Centered Hypno-behavioral therapy, a proven intervention for the treatment of phobias, addictions and psycho- formative ailments. She has completed Levels 1 and 2 of EMDR training, a treatment especially helpful to heal Post Traumatic Syndrome Disorder, and has trained as a Psych-K practitioner, a technology that quickly reprograms limiting beliefs.
To further complete her skills in Mind/Body modalities Arlene has completed training as a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher.
A frequent speaker at regional and local seminars, Arlene has taught self-hypnosis to other counselors, social workers and community groups and developed a series of experiential workshops to further assist people in their journey to wellness.