Relapse Prevention Starts In The Subconscious Mind

Estimated watch time: 58 mins 
Available credits: none
Speaker: Rene Brent RN- Clinical Hypnotherapist

Attendees will learn about the conscious/subconscious mind and how it is actually trying to help.  Rene will discuss the techniques she uses to renegotiate with the mind and body to help release the echo of the past, the root causes of addiction and assist with sobriety. She will discuss how she helps her clients retrain their brain and body as well as change maladaptive behaviors, negative patterns utilizing concepts and research in Neuroscience and Epigenetics. You will leave understanding how to help the deep inner mind and heart so clients can release the past and move forward to find clarity, value in themselves and forgive themselves and others.


  1. Understanding the Subconscious and how it triggers relapse because it only knows NOW and doesn’t recognize consequences of old patterns.
  2. Awareness and release of false self beliefs. It is very hard to stay sober if you feel worthless and hold onto shame. 
  3. Hypnotherapy can help retrain the brain and release root causes and imprinted trauma. We can’t change what has happened but we can release the emotional bridge to it, which helps with sobriety.
  4. Teach the power of practicals techniques to help surf the urges/thoughts and stay sober.   

About the Speakers:

Rene Brent is Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, #1 International Bestselling author of the books How Big Is Your BUT? and Breaking The Worry Agreement. Rene is an RN for over 33 years and a Director and lead instructor for the The Institute of Interpersonal Hypnotherapy. She helps her clients through hypnotherapy and a variety of techniques. Being raised by a single alcoholic mother, Rene is passionate about helping her clients with addiction behavioral modification and relapse prevention.

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