Who We Are
Who We Are
is a certified Clinical and Medical Hypnotherapist with a degree in Clinical Psychology. He has worked with teens as well as with adults focusing on stress & anxiety, family & relationship as well as addiction issues. In addition to his experience in counseling, he has worked for over 16 years in management for both small and large companies, he is skilled at merging his experience in business and management with counseling and hypnotherapy. He is passionate about working with clients to help guide them on their path to real change whether it be attaining optimal health, habit control, career development or achieving life balance.
is a Registered Nurse and certified Clinical and Medical hypnotherapist with more
than 15 years experience working in ICU, ER and Pre / Post Surgery. She holds a
degree in Psychology as well as Nursing. Prior to becoming a nurse she worked
with children with behavioral problems at a residential & day treatment
facility in San Francisco. Lisa incorporates her background in nursing / health
care with her experience in behavior health / psychology. She is passionate
about helping her clients find their path to a healthy and joyful life.
Both Gordon and Lisa are graduates of the Palo Alto School of Hypnotherapy.
California Disclaimer As required by California Business and Professions code, sections 2051, 2052, and 2053, specifically 2053.5, the following information is provided: Nothing in this web site is intended to hold out, state, indicate or imply that Gordon S. McNeill or Eilizabeth (Lisa) Y. McNeill are physicians. Hypnotists or Hypnotherapist are not licensed by the State of California and are not medical practitioners. Treatment with hypnotherapy is an alternative and /or complementary healing art service to those licensed by the state. The hypnotherapist does not diagnose, cure, or treat in any way, medical conditions, illnesses, or diseases. Hypnotherapy is not the practice of medicine, psychology or psychiatry, and is not in any way intended to be a replacement for diagnosis or treatment of any complaint or ailment. Persons with mental disabilities or mental illnesses should seek psychiatric care. If any concern is of a medical issue, a medical referral will be requested.