Aloha! My name is Kent McKean and my wife and I are the co-creators of the Mind Change Method. We also have training in Solution Focused Therapy, Family Dynamics Institute, NLP, Hypnosis, as well as Christian-based counseling.
What is Mind Change and How Does It Work?
Mind Change is a healing system utilizing the power of the mind/body system. It is a system designed to allow psychological stability by reprogramming the brain's mental patterns to impact our responses and behavior towards life positively.
Mind Change operates with tangible physical mechanics backed by science. It is a collection of new cutting-edge techniques and processes that integrates the most effective elements of many modalities including, but not limited to, NLP, BSFF, EFT, EMDR, Neuroplasticity, Hypnosis, spiritual understanding, brain science, and the mind's great ability to transform itself.
Mind Change is also used as a stress management system that can reduce and eliminate harmful physical and psychological effects of anxiety, depression, chronic pains, fears, phobias, and addictions. It addresses problems such as weight loss, self-esteem issues, grief, and loss, as well as addictions and chronic illness. Feeling stuck in the same patterns and problems? You CAN break free and transform by the renewing of your mind.
One of the most appreciated aspects is that it is fast, direct, and to the point. Mind Change understands how the brain works in order to help you live the life you've always wanted. We are here to help free your mind so you can live your dream!
What We Offer:
- Private Sessions
- Seminars and Trainings
- Wellness Retreats
- Online Courses
- And more!
"I want to tell you how much yesterday's session meant. That particular incident had really impacted my life, especially when I was younger. To the point, I had PTSD from it. I had worked on it before through therapy and other things, but I didn't realize how much more there still was and how it still impacted me in other ways. Seriously, I think a large chunk of hate and resentment that I've felt for my mother all these years resided in that memory.
I'm really grateful that memory came up again and that you were able to help me with it. I already feel different. I will continue to work on whatever comes up. And thank you for your insight and positive words that are helping me come more into my own. — RM, Connecticut