ABOUT SEAN WHEELER
Sean Wheeler is Atlanta’s most well-known hypnotherapist!
Most recently, Sean appeared on USA Network’s hit reality TV show Chrisley Knows Best.
Sean has also appeared as an Expert Forensic Hypnotist on the nationally-syndicated hit show Swift Justice with Nancy Grace. He became known as The Heartbreak Hypnotist® for his success helping people with relationship issues on Atlanta’s most popular morning radio program – Q100’s “The Bert Show” (99.7 FM). He also received attention for helping former Bert Show host Jenn Hobby to stop smoking in 2010.
Sean has also appeared on CNN, CNN Headline News, CNN Accent Health, ABC, NBC, CBS, Atlanta’s B98.5 FM and Food Network Radio, and has been featured in both Fitness Magazine and Eidé Magazine.
He earned a Bachelor of Science in Communications and Political Science from the University of Miami, FL. After graduating, Sean quickly began work with CNN in Atlanta, where he remained until launching a new and rewarding career as a Clinical Hypnotherapist in 2003. Sean is a certified member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, widely acknowledged as the number one association in the field of hypnosis.
Sean currently lives in Atlanta with his wife Shelli and daughter Sienna.
Code of Ethics
As a Certified Member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, Sean Wheeler practices in accordance with its Code of Ethics and Standards. If you ever have a complaint about his services or behavior that he cannot resolve for you personally, you may contact the National Guild of Hypnotists at P.O. Box 308, Merrimack, NH 03054-0308, (603) 429-9438, to seek redress.
Sean believes that people have the ability to make changes on their own. Because he believes that you know yourself better than he will ever know you, his role is to serve as a guide, opening new doors and introducing you to new possibilities and perspectives. Your responsibility is to take those opportunities, make choices for yourself and take action.
Sean’s greatest influence has been Milton H. Erickson, M.D., who likewise believed in the ability of his patients to learn and make changes with the proper guidance and assistance. This approach is the most respectful of you as the individual (client/patient), since the therapist does not presume to know more about what is in your best interest than you yourself know.
Case Studies: What people said about Sean
“After one session with Sean I have not smoked. I ran a 5k last Saturday and have lost 4 lbs so far without any cravings.”
“Hi Sean! Well, it’s officially been 6 weeks since my 1st session and everything is going great! To my surprise I lost 8 lbs!!!”
~ Ellen Hassell
Fear of Flying
“I was so calm during all my flights. I went up in the air and came down a total of 6 times in the past two weeks. I had zero anxiety… amazing!” ~Amarius Reed
FREE 30-Minute Consultation
We are happy to offer a no-risk opportunity to learn more about hypnosis and how it applies to your situation. This can take place either in person (by appointment) or by phone. There is absolutely no pressure, and there are no hard sales techniques. Get honest answers to all your questions directly from Sean Wheeler, a clinical Atlanta Hypnotherapist. To schedule your free consultation, call (678) 488-7362 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
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The stories featured on this website are true and specific feedback from actual clients. As with all successful therapeutic interactions, the individuals have cooperated fully and are ultimately responsible for their own success. Results naturally vary from client to client.