Practitioner Interview — Elizabeth Hamill


Background

Where are you from: Portland, Maine! I grew up here, moved away for 25 years, and settled here again a few years ago.

Where did you go to school? Temple University and Radcliffe College

What degrees do you hold? Associate Degree in Agriculture

What certifications do you have?

  • Certificate of Landscape Design
  • Certified Weiss Method Practitioner
  • Certified Well Being Sciences Practitioner
  • Certified Life Coach
  • Certificate of Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR), Levels I & II


Prior to becoming a Weiss Method USA Practitioner, what was your professional background?

My experience includes diverse management and leadership roles with a particular emphasis on fostering trust between people. I have worked with women in post-conflict situations in Kenya and domestically with refugees and asylees, helping them to overcome barriers they have faced.
I have also owned and operated a few different businesses.


If applicable, what do you do now, in addition to being a practitioner?

As a Certified Life Coach I help people see, understand, and utilize their skillsets to achieve their goals.  I also work with people as a Well Being Sciences Practitioner to work through issues that hold them back physically, emotionally, and mentally.


How did you discover the Weiss Method?

I discovered the Weiss Method from a friend who had also been treated for smoking, and they were so amazed at how simply it allowed them to quit with almost no withdrawal cravings!  This enticed me to to try it myself. I, too, found it incredible to finally be free of cigarettes. I haven’t smoked one since being treated.

What inspired you to become a practitioner?

I love helping people overcome their impediments and Weiss Method is such an effective and expedient way to overcome unwanted habits and dependencies.


What do you like to do in your free time?

I love to keep fit by walking regularly and doing pilates.  I am an avid researcher into how things work and why.

 

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