Dennis Dormady, The Professor of Hypnosis, has been around for quite a while!
Alway an amateur magician, it was during his college years that he became a professional clown, paying for next week’s meals by juggling, doing magic and in general making audiences smile and laugh.
It was here his passion for performing, including performing as a computer science professor and educator, began and for over 40 years was part of his classroom!
One day as he was investigating “Online Learning” he stumbled across a class on hypnosis and was drawn to the mysteries of the “computer between the ears”, the mysteries of the mind.
Already efficient in hacking “inorganic computers”, he found a passion in learning to hack that “organic computer”.
Then a new turn in his life as he applied his new skills to help people, including managing pain , stopping smoking, overcoming phobias, improving academic and athletic performance and more.
As an educator, he also saw ways to be more effective in his own communication with others. He sees hypnosis and the related arts as communication skills, creating more effective and impactful communication, whether to an individual or a group.
And of course, he helps people communicate and relate better with themselves as a result!