After completing my studies in Environmental Engineering and earning my masters degree, I have realized that it wasn't what I would like to commit myself to for the rest of my professional life.
When it became clear to me that I wanted to deal with people rather than the environment, I decided to become a Registered Respiratory Therapist
and started working in one of the major community hospitals in Toronto Canada. After working for about 10 years at the St. Joseph's Health Center, I went to school again and became a Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine.
Running my Homeopathic Clinic made me realize that what I really wanted to do was to pursue my life-long interest in various ways of positively influencing undesirable, human psychological behavior. In order to fulfill this realization, I became a hypnotist and started running my Toronto Hypnotherapy Clinic.
After 30 years of running my stationary Hypnotherapy and Counseling practice in Toronto - under the name of the Toronto Hypnotherapy Clinic - I started helping psychological-help-seeking people through my Online Hypnosis and Counseling Services.
Adding online services to my Toronto Hypnotherapy Clinic practice has been necessary due to my busy traveling schedule.
My Toronto Hypnotherapy Clinic services are available when I am in Toronto.
If you would like to see me in person, in Toronto, at my Toronto Hypnotherapy Clinic, please inquire about my local availability.
Whenever I write about God or use the word God, I could be as well using the word Universe / Reality / Life or Infinite Intelligence. I do not subscribe to any particular religion. To me we are all Life and Life is neither Christian nor Jewish nor Hindu nor Buddhist. Life is Life. We are all parts of the same Life. When cut we all bleed, when deprived of food we all get hungry, when deprived of water we all get thirsty. We all experience the same thoughts and emotions. Some of these thoughts and emotions have been bringing people of diverse religious orientations to my office for 30 years now. And whether they were Christian or Jewish or Hindu or Buddhist, they all wanted the same thing - they all wanted to be free from the suffering imposed on them by their own minds.