Nanci Adair joins me today to share her story of helping artistic people through recovery to find independence. She shares what can happen when we start to run our own show and get respectfully picky on which clients we choose to work with. She discusses dealing with family, addiction, and substance abuse issues and reveals how she creates an organic experience with her clients to serve them best. Nanci also discusses running your own business, recognizing your worth as a hypnosis practitioner, and the benefits of working in a niche that you are passionate about.
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Nanci is a Licensed Psychotherapist, Hypnotherapist, Certified Coach, and the Founder of UKanda Coaching and Counseling Services
. Nanci was introduced to hypnosis at the age of 16 by her father, who was studying psychology in a Master's program. She took charge of her own independence and education at an early age to form a career helping others. She previously worked as a Behavioral Change Specialist. Nanci has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art Education with a minor in Psychology from Long Island University and a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University.
“Bring that creative process forward and really build confidence.” - Nanci Adair
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- Taking control of your educational journey
- How Nanci is supporting people who have been subjected to abuse through her artistic talents
- Nanci's work helping artistic people recovering from addiction and how she leverages their creative processes
- What we need to modify in conversations about substance abuse and alcohol addiction
- The discipline of running a business for yourself
- The benefits of working privately and choosing who you work with
- The Law of Attraction and creating an audience of the people you want to work with
- The limitations of the insurance model, recognizing your worth, and building a self-standing practice