Willmar hypnotherapist Jessica L. Hanson speaks at Florida conference

Hypnotherapist Jessica L. Hanson, who practices in Willmar, spoke about grief during the International HypnoExpo 2022 conference in Orlando, Florida.

Portrait of Jessica L. Hanson, hypotherapist practicing in Willmar, Minnesota
Jessica L. Hanson
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WILLMAR — Hypnotherapist Jessica L. Hanson spoke May 13 at the International HypnoExpo 2022 conference in Orlando, Florida,.

According to a news release from Hanson, her topic was "Breaking the Trance of Grief."

She spoke to participants who attended her presentation about how they are already working with clients and grief-related issues. She gave personal examples from her own life and ways to support others.

Hanson's practice is located in Willmar.

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