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Education and Professional Associations
Nancy Professional Clinical Hypnotherapist. She worked very hard for
her education and degrees. As a result, you can feel confident she will go the extra mile
for all her clients. Her Credentials and Professional Associations speak volumes about her
commitment to excellence.
In short, Nancy is a caring, sensitive
person who is passionate about her work!
"I earned my Degree in Psychology with a minor in Education at The University Of Central
Florida. I continued at UCF to acquire numerous Post-Bac classes in Exceptional
Education and Behavior Analysis. I am nearing my 20th year as a
Clinical Hypnotherapist with great pride. To this day I work with numerous physicians
and mental health counselors in the Metro Orlando area. Our team goal is to combine the
traditional medical approach with the alternative hypnotic approach. It is this superior union of therapies
which allow me to deliver my best service to you, my client. Nancy Davis"
Valencia Community College
After Graduating from Boone High School in 1975. Nancy immediately enrolled into
Valencia Community College (VCC) in Orlando, Florida. Her desire was
to major in Dance. She became very involved with the college in all aspects. She became
a Cheerleader and a Sister of the Shield and Diamond (Little Sister to the Pi Kappa Alpha
Fraternity). At the end of her 1st year Nancy was in a serious car accident which injured
her legs and hip. Her healing time was lengthy. She was unable to continue her dance classes at
VCC. In addition she could not continue teaching Ballroom Dancing. With so many changes taking
place in her life Nancy took some time off from school to not only heal, but to do some more
During her break Nancy
returned to Anchorage, Alaska. She had lived in Anchorage for four and one-half years while
was based at Elmendorf Air Force Base. Her older brother Casey, still lived there. She went to
join her favorite big brother until her feet were on the ground with a good paying job.
It was an incredible stay. She explored so much more of the 49th State, but, she just wasn't
for those winters. She stayed for apx. 18 months before Cabin Fever set in strong. In the
middle of the next dark winter Nancy quickly returned to her home, to her parents, to the
and to the warmth of Orlando.
Upon her return she enrolled and continued her education at VCC. This time, however,
she turned her attention to psychology. It seemed to be more practial and more rewarding
than Dance. She kept dancing as a hobby and Psychology as a major. She went on to complete
her AA at Valencia where she graduated with honors.
University of Central Florida
After graduation from VCC Nancy kept busy by working two jobs. One as a Substitute Teacher
with the Orange County School System and one as a pool bartender with the
Hotels. Her schedule was tight and there was no time for college. She was saving money
for more traveling. Yes, the travel addiction had hit again. Her next trip was to Germany where she stayed with friends for a full
summer. Not long after that she was off exploring The Dominican Republic, Hong Kong and
College was important, but the life experience of learning from other cultures was also
important. Once her phase of traveling was done Nancy enrolled full time at The
University of Central
Florida (UCF). It was time to get serious. It was time to complete her degree.
She wasn't sure if she wanted to teach or become an analyst. Time would tell. Because Nancy
was paying for all of her
college expenses it was necessary for her to maintain a fruitful, full time job while
taking as many classes as she could. She quit subbing for a while and was lucky to work for a
great attorney, Marvin Mandell, as a legal secretary and attend UCF at night. This was good
for the 1st year or so, but the night classes and the necessary study time took it's toll. As
the course work became more intense she was
forced to leave her position with her favorite attorney, Marvin Mandell and return to
As a substitute teacher the hours and work days were more flexible. (This was the time in her
life when peanut butter and jelly was her favorite meal. When money is tight, one always
finds a way to make it through life. When the going gets tough, the tough get going.
And, Nancy... Well, she was tough.)
Subbing allowed her to have some day classes which broke up all the night work. Spending so
much time in the classroom confirmed her decision to become a teacher. She wanted to work
with children. Unfortunately, this decision was made during her Senior year which meant
after graduation she would need to come back to UCF and complete the classes necessary
to become a Certified Florida Educator. Maintaining her high standards, Nancy
as she graduated from UCF with honors. She is proud to display her diploma. She reached
her goal of obtaining a A Psychology Degree.
After graduating Nancy became employed as the Senior Behavior Analyst in a residential home
for the mentally retarded. She held this position while taking several post-bac classes
to become a State Certified to teach. Nancy focused her studies on
Specific Learning Disabilities. Working with handicapped children is extremely rewarding to her.
As it is with most
everything that Nancy does, be it work or play, she puts her heart and soul into it.
If she can help someone, even in the smallest way, she will.
National Guild of Hypnotists
The National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) is one of the largest Hypnotist Organizations
in the United States. Nancy has been a member of this organization since 1993. She
graudated as a Cinical Hypnotherapist from The Hypno-Tech Institute in Winter Park Florida.
Her Teacher, Bill Hansen, C.H., taught a very interactive hypnosis course sponsored by the NGH.
Nancy spent many months in the classroom and many months afterwards working closely with her
mentor. Nancy spent a great deal of post-grad time observing Mr. Hansen's sessions, in turn,
he was observing Nancy's techniques and skills. With Mr. Hansen's confidence in her skills he
supported her decision to open an office. She joined the NGH and there was no looking back...
Where did her practice take her?... Nancy is nearing her 15th year as a Professional
Clinical Hypnotherapist. Needless to say, it was her calling. Nancy remains a member in
good standing with the NGH and is the current Membership
Good Standing with The Central Florida Chapter of the NGH.
American Board of Hypnotherapy
Nancy did not want to limit herself to just one organization. Her credentials allowed her to
join the American Board of Hypnotherapy (ABH). She did so in 1994. She also remains a
Member in Good Standing with this organization. Both organizations (the NGH and the ABH) require
education (CEU's). Nancy obtains many of her CEU's by attending hypnosis meetings. Other CEU's come
the public in 'hypnosis awareness' seminars throughout Florida. She also donates her time
as a volunteer speaker at local organizations and schools. Nancy has appeared on local and
National Television. She as also been a guest speaker on local radio stations numerous times.
Staying active in the field of Hypnotherapy is not a job for Nancy it is a passion.
Professional Regression Association-
It was Dr. Joseph DeLuca, MD. Ph.D. who encouraged Nancy to become certified in
Regressive Therapy. She was hesitant at first because she felt it may place a negative
abel on her. However, it had just the opposite affect. In 1994 Dr. DeLuca's encouragement
prompted Nancy to become certified in this area. She attended the Hypnotic Research Society,
Inc., practiced her new skills and became officially certified in Regression Therapy.
Under the guidance of Ron DeVasto, Nancy learned techniques necessary to do all types of
Regression including, her favorite, Past Life. Nancy has found Regression Therapy extremely
useful for her clients. She continues to work closely with her physicians when the
regressions involve the need for psychotherapy.
Past life Regression is a whole new world... or should we say... old world.
Nancy's skillful hands can guide you back to another time and another place where you can
experience your soul's prior existence. Belief in Regression is not always necessary for
success. Success comes from being open minded and willing to embark on an incredible
journey into the past. Nancy's belief in Regression is so strong that she felt compelled
to join a national group of like minded people. Nancy is proud to have joined this
organization in 1994 and continues to be a member in good standing with The Professional
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