Renita Canady,CMS-CHt, FIBH
Certified Medical Support Clinical Hypnotherapist
Fellow of the International Board of Hypnotherapy
Renita is among the top-trained clinical hypnotherapists in the country, completing 5 times more training than a typical US hypnotherapist. She completed her training at the prestigious Hypnotherapy Academy of America using the Integral Hypnotherapy methodology and is currently a Fellow of the International Board of Hypnotherapy.
Integral Hypnotherapy is the only hypnotherapy methodology whose efficacy has been validated in medical research funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Prior to becoming a clinical hypnotherapist, Renita worked in technology as a data scientist. She chose that field to uncover insights and push for meaningful change using data. However, over many years in the industry, she saw that data and conscious awareness were rarely enough for people to make positive changes. After becoming frustrated and disillusioned, she sought out ways to build community and make a deeper impact in the lives of others.
Renita has long been a practitioner and proponent of meditation and self-hypnosis. She's witnessed first-hand how accessing deeper levels of mind through altered states helps encourage positive change quickly with less resistance.
Once beginning to teach and guide others through hypnosis, she witnessed how it radically and rapidly made lasting improvements to their lives.
Renita finds genuine joy and inspiration through supporting and empowering her clients to pursue and achieve their goals by mobilizing and consciously directing the considerable resources of their deeper Minds.
Now, as a Certified Medical Support Clinical Hypnotherapist, she feels deep gratitude and fulfillment for the privilege of guiding people to experience profound, positive change in their own lives.
Besides her clinical hypnotherapy certification, Renita holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Florida A&M University. She also studied Statistics and Industrial Engineering as a graduate student at the Georgia Institute of Technology.