2016 National Guild of Hypnotists Convention


Professional Hypnotist, John Kalinowski, Participating in the 2016 National Guild of Hypnotists Convention

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FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY, AUGUST 6, 2016. – When the National Guild of Hypnotists Convention (www.ngh.net), gets underway on August 12-14, 2016, John Kalinowski will be part of this unique educational and networking event.  Kalinowski is a professional consultant hypnotist, with a practice in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. He has been a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists for more than 5 years, sharing the benefits of hypnosis in helping people in the performing, visual and graphic arts change negative habits and solve challenges of everyday life.

“Performing artists and visual artists have very special concerns which can only be addressed by a hypnotist who is specialized in hypnosis for talent. I work with anyone who is having creative issues related to process, rehearsal, style or performance,” said Kalinowski. 


Dr. Dwight Damon, is a founder and the president of NGH. Dr. Damon explained, “For the 29th year, the National Guild of Hypnotists Convention Exhibition and Educational Conference will host several thousand attendees from all over the world. For three days, our distinguished faculty will conduct over 300 seminars and workshops, with an extended study curriculum offered in our Pre- and Post-Convention Summer Institute.

The NGH Convention, held in Marlborough, MA, is open to interested adults, who can register for classes alongside the licensed health professionals and professional consulting hypnotists who will be in attendance. More than 200 of the seminars are included as part of the convention registration fee and one or two-day only plans are available for those who are not able to attend the full event.

“At this year’s convention I am concentrating on learning new methods for teaching my clients self-hypnosis and learning new techniques which they themselves can immediately apply to make the desired changes in their life to bring them a better future,” said Kalinowski.


Recognized as the oldest, largest and most respected professional association of hypnotists in the world, the National Guild of Hypnotists, NGH, includes trained, certified hypnotists, doctors, dentists and other health professionals and educators. Founded in Boston, MA in 1950, NGH has grown to over 17,000 members worldwide. In 1994, the National Guild of Hypnotists chartered the rapidly growing National Federation of Hypnotists, Local 104, a Union affiliated with the OPEIU, AFL-CIO, CLC.

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