Tracie is an internationally qualified and registered clinical hypnotherapist, psychotherapist, counsellor, mental health professional, motivational speaker and trainer, working from a naturopathic perspective.
She specialises in building resilience and staying motivated as well as overcoming crisis or trauma fast so you can survive and prosper in life and business.
Tracie has over 20 years’ experience as a therapist/coach and has owned or operated various businesses for 40 years.
She trained at a post-graduate level with the National School of Hypnosis and Advanced Psychotherapy in London, UK (UKCP-recognised school). Her degree and doctorate were earned at the American Institute of Hypnotherapy in the USA (Recognised by Bureau for Private Post-Secondary and Vocational Education in California (School no. 3004761).
Tracie is a qualified and recognised family and couples therapist, sex therapist and addictions therapist. Because she believes it is important to take a mind-body approach to health and wellbeing, in 2009 she became a qualified and registered naturopath, herbalist and medical nutritionist, after training at the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences (DET Federally recognised). She also holds a Bachelor of Health Sciences Degree in Complementary Medicine from Charles Sturt University (Australia).
She has helped over 20,000 clients over many years in her clinics in London and Sydney to change their lives for the better.
Currently the Director of the Australian Health and Education Centre, Tracie is the author of seven books, including her latest Amazon number 1 bestseller Inspiration for Survive and Prosper: Personal Transformation Out of Crisis, a practical self-help book that helps people to recover from any crisis or trauma – fast.
Tracie is also a registered and approved clinical supervisor with the Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists (ASCH).
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