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Snap is a show about unhypnotizing hypnotherapy.  A lot of misconceptions cloud the hypnotherapy area of practice and so far very little exists in the way of a medium, or media even, to clearly and simply explain what the process of hypnotherapy involves and what it doesn’t.

DrBunnyCredentials+LighterPlease join show host, Dr. Bunny Vreeland while she takes on an in-depth tour of the facilities, the the program, the process, and everything in between as she answers an ever growing long list of Frequently Asked Questions.

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Education and Background:

Dr. Bunny Vreeland is a former professional model, an award winning Color and Image Consultant and, for the past 20+ years, a Board Certified, Clinical Hypnotherapist.  Dr. Bunny specializes in helping her clients overcome old, unhealthy habits and phobias, and helps them to make positive life changes.
Dr. Bunny is a graduate of the Neuro Concepts Institute in Laguna Hills, CA, she earned her Ph.D. in Hypnotherapy from Huntington Pacific University in 2007.  In addition, she’s a certified Bariatric Hypnotherapist and certified Hypnotic Anesthesiologist.
Dr. Bunny has been a featured guest on many TV and radio shows and a keynote speaker for countless corporations, organizations and service clubs. Her articles on image, stress, self-esteem and hypnotherapy have appeared in numerous publications including The Star newspaper, Your Health Connection, and Agent. She co-authored The “G” Spot: The Ecstasy of Life Through Gratitude with Sumner Davenport, and she’s currently writing a book titled, What Runs You?.  She had a successful two year run as the host of “The Dr. Bunny Show… Here’s the Thing” on KKZZ AM 1400 in Ventura, California.
In January, 2011, she founded the Vreeland College of the Healing Arts in Camarillo, California, and continues her private Clinical Hypnotherapy practice at her peaceful office, located within the college.  She was a 16-year old high school drop-out who went back to school and received her Ph.D. at age 60, Dr. Bunny is especially interested in helping teens stay in school.