Neuro-Emotional Technique NET & Family Therapy
Jason Wasser, LFMT, has an extensive background in working with youth and adults from all walks of life – and is here to tell us about a Neuro-Emotional Technique for various therapeutic applications. His positions have included serving as a Student Life Coordinator at Princeton University, providing counseling services for the special needs population & their families through the Florida Medicaid Waiver program, and directing non-profit community educational and recreational programming.
You will appreciate that this CBJ Episode discusses NET, Neuro-Emotional Technique, practice, and family therapy.
Over the years, Jason has been to speak at college campuses, retreats, and educational programs on topics including spirituality, relationships, meditation/self-hypnosis, and group leadership. He has consulted with professional athletes including those in Major League Baseball (MLB), National Basketball Association (NBA) and the US Tennis Association, as well as with talent in the television and music industry. Jason also provides a variety of other therapeutic services including life, entrepreneur and business coaching for the general population as a Business Finishing School Certified Coach.
It’s important to note that Jason Wasser graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a Masters Degree in Marital & Family Therapy [LFMT] and a certificate in Sports & Fitness Psychology from California State University. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Addictions Professional (CAP), and Certified Hypnotherapist. Mr. Wasser is also a Certified Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) practitioner,
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