Your consulting hypnotist is Daniel Burow. Well trained with extensive experience, Daniel spent almost twenty years as a C-suite executive with two of the nations largest for-profit behavioral health services where he managed a staff of more than 500 clinicians in 22 states. He has spent the last 5 years as a consultant for behavioral health practices and managers serving clients across the United States. His focus is training clinicians to be more effective clinically, and more successful as managers, and business people. Daniel has spoken and taught extensively across the United States in corporate settings, as well as medical, and psychological conferences. He was initially trained in hypnosis in 1997 and wrote his doctoral dissertation on the use of hypnosis in psychotherapy supervision. He is currently the Executive Director at Sioux Falls Hypnosis and Daniel Burow Consulting.
Daniel loves his work, and has had the opportunity to be trained by some of the most effective hypnotists in the United States. For almost two decades, he has used hypnosis in both clinical and business settings to help other people reach their goals as quickly and effectively as possible.
Daniel is a trainer with the Master Hypnotist Society, and a Fellow with the National Board of Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists.
Sioux Falls Hypnosis is NOT a mental health clinic. Daniel works as a consulting hypnotist, and does NOT provide psychotherapy, or clinical mental health services.
Daniels newest book, A Bigger Picture, is now available on amazon.com. A Bigger Picture talks about Daniel's time working with Scott McFall one of the nations most effective and most experienced hypnotists. Daniel talks about the process of learning from Scott over the course of several years and how his time with Scott not only made him a more effective hypnotist... but also changed his life.
Use the link below to order A Bigger Picture from amazon.com.
Burow, D.P. (2008). Rebels Poets and Mystics. Maieutic Publishing, Sioux Falls, SD.
Burow, D.P. (2004). Working With Psychological Trauma. Walking in Two Worlds, Stephen Gilligan, Ph.D. Devorah Simon Ph.D. Eds.
Burow, D. P. (2002) Violence, Forgiveness and the Hazards of Playing God. Seeds of Spirit, Hearld House Publishing, Kansas City Mo. Andrew Bolton, Ed.