Bio for Robert Otto
Robert has worked in the field of Mind Dynamics for over 20 years, having conducted in excess of 4,500 workshops and seminars. Speaking on behavior modification to as many as 150,000 people in 29 states, he is considered by his peers to be a "World-Class Presenter".
He is the recipient of numerous awards in the field of human potential, including the prestigious "Outstanding Faculty Member" Award for 1997 from the National Guild of Hypnotists, 1996 Sealah Award from the International Hypnosis Hall of Fame and in October 2000 was awarded the title of DIPLOMAT by The International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association. On a similar note, Robert was recently elected to the Board of Directors for Ethics from the IMDHA.
Robert is also past president of The International Hypnosis Hall of Fame Guild Inc where he served for 5 years. He has worked with major hospitals and corporations, and has had frequent guest appearances on radio and television. He has been featured in more than 18 newspapers and magazines, is a regular contributor to hypnosis journals and is the producer of numerous programs on behavior modification and human potential. His training tapes have received national acclaim. As a pioneer in the profession, he is the first hypnotist to receive a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition listed in the Library of Congress.
Bio for Linda Otto
Linda Otto, C.Ht. is a certified hypnotherapist and has been actively involved in the health care profession since 1989. She is executive coordinator for The Institute of Dynamic Hypnosis and administrative assistant to Robert Otto. Her involvement in the business has enabled her to travel extensively throughout the country to promote public awareness on the benefits of hypnosis. She is the author/producer of “For Women Only” a program designed exclusively for women’s wellness, and “Foreplay”, a program designed for sexual stimulation through the use of guided imagery, relaxation and visualization. In addition to hypnosis journals, her literary contributions can be found in the book she co-authored with her husband; Robert entitled “The Handbook of Hypnosis Scripts”. She is a member of the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, the International Association of Counselors and Therapists, and a lifetime member of the North Coast Hypnosis Society. Linda is the recipient of the 1997 NCHS ‘Friendship Award’, the 1999 IMDHA ‘Teamwork Award’, the 2002 ‘Pebble in the Pond Award’, and has been nominated for “Woman of the Year” by the International Hypnosis Hall of Fame. She is presently an active member of the Advisory Board for the IACT and holds a position on the Board of Directors for IMDHA.