Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Rebecca Linder Hintze

"I honor all of the work that you're doing, Michelle, to help individuals look a little bit deeper inside of themselves to see what's really happening." ~ Author of 'Healing Your Family History', Rebecca Linder Hintze

My dear colleague, Rebecca Linder Hintze, author, speaker, radio show host, and family issues expert came into my life four years ago when I was stuck in perfectionism mode.  Rebecca’s shining light has not only made a positive difference to me but has also helped so many others across the globe as she assists families in healing their destructive patterns and helps build a better generation. 

Rebecca has experience working in private practice for more than a decade.  She has completed thousands of private sessions with her unique ability to help others unveil core beliefs and heal dysfunctional family patterns.  In 2002, her self-published workbook, “It’s Time to Dance” sold out three printings and was followed by her international best selling Hay House book,  “Healing Your Family History" which has been published in seven languages and has helped not only my Self be more whole but has also guided thousands of others on how to live their lives with much more health and wellness. 

As a graduate of Brigham Young University, Rebecca received several awards for outstanding achievements. A former broadcast journalist, she frequently lectured and led --workshops and healing retreats.  Her course work entails neuro linguistic programming, rapid-eye movement therapy, emotional release therapy, and one modality near and dear to my heart – holistic health medicine, including the healing properties of essential oils.

As a member of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists (AMCAP) and The Society of Professional Journalists, Rebecca is an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a mother of 4, and happily married to her husband, Shane, of more than 20 years.. 

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