In June 2011, we profiled Lisa Wimberger (pictured), who teaches stress-relief techniques, including meditation, to police officers across the metro area via her organization, Trance Personnel Consulting Group (TPCG). Since then, Wimberger has landed a book deal, and she plans to return to the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association conference in 2012 (she presented with psi research expert Dale Graff in 2011).
"Since the article in June, my private practice has been quite full, with an influx of those in deeper levels of trauma, more private clients in the first-responder profession and individuals at the state agency level," Wimberger notes. She's also worked out a contract with the Colorado State Patrol to train on stress management and emotional skills in March, as well as contracts with the Denver and Parker police departments to do the same in June.
But if you're not a cop and don't have time for a private session, there's good news: Divine Arts Media plans to publish New Beliefs, New Brain: Free Yourself from Stress and Fear, a Wimberger tome that compiles her workshop information in a new format. She's shooting for an October 2012 release.
Wimberger has also created an open community Facebook group dedicated to disseminating dietary and lifestyle information that supports those suffering stress diseases and PTSD. And she's working to trademark the term "Neurosculpting"; her workshops on changing neural pathways have been full to capacity.
"In 2012, I look forward to expanding into other law enforcement agencies, bringing Neurosculpting into the forefront of municipal, state and corporate agencies, and continuing to focus on individuals in trauma in my private practice," Wimberger adds.
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