Jan Bartrop-Babbitt


Jan Bartrop-Babbitt, CHt, IACT is a licensed, certified hypnotherapist and a member of the International Association of Counselors and Therapists. Her credentials include Advanced Alchemical Past Life Regression, 20+ years as a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and an Ordained Minister.

Jan works out of her home office in Granby, CT and at satellite locations in Windsor, CT as well as locations in Massachusetts, She became certified in traditional hypnotherapy in 2008 and in Alchemy Past Life Regression in 2009. In addition to her hypnotherapy business www.REALChangeTherapy.com

She also runs a small business mentoring program ( Healers Helping Healers) including group classes and individual mentoring and employs the use of hypnosis to overcome her client's fears, anxiety, and blocks to success.

Jan is available for corporate and public events as a motivational speaker, a hypnotherapist, and a spiritual healer through the use of past life regression. Past Life Regression can include finding talents you had forgotten, resolving health or emotional issues that no longer serve you, examining your soul contract and sometimes making changes to it, visiting your Akashic Records and so much more!

You are invited to schedule a free fifteen minute consultation to determine how she can help you move forward in living your best life.

Jan works with clients world wide via Skype, telephone, or facetime.

You can contact Jan at Jan@realchangetherapy.com ,
REAL Change Therapy on Face Book

You can listen to her live radio show “Healing with Hypnosis” on Mondays 8pm EST via the internet or over the telephone at 323-870-3791. If you are a holistic healer and would like to appear on her program contact her at Jan@realchangetherapy.com. Her radio program is hosted through Blog Talk Radio and is heard world wide.

Archives of every radio program “Healing with Hypnosis” can be found 48 hours after the live broadcast on the You Tube Channel Healing with Hypnosis.

Smashwords Interview

What is your writing process?
My writing process includes jotting down thoughts on random bits of paper or dictating thoughts into my phone. This does not lead to my most productive work. I attempt to set aside two hours first thing in the morning for writing and research. I am a morning person and am at my most creative (and functional) early in the day.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
No. I do not ever remember not reading. It was, and still is my favorite form of escape.
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