Posts Tagged ‘child abuse’

Dr John McGrail (synthesis/hypnosis) and Tom North (one of 20 children portrayed in movie “Yours, Mine and Ours” with Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda.

Sunday, March 30th, 2014

Cashdshotcrp_supercroptom north My guests on yesterdays show were Dr John McGrail (left) and Tom North.

Dr John McGrail, PhD. is a hypnotherapist with over 30 years experience who developed the process of synthesis, a powerful process for creating personal change and transformation,  and author of The Synthesis Effect. More information was presented earlier on this site and can be found at http://www.drjohnmcgrail.com    and http://www.hypnotherapylosangeles.com

Tom North is the award winning author of the book True North the shocking truth about the movie Yours, Mine and Ours starring Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda. More information was presented earlier and can be found at http://www.truenorthbytomnorth.com

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Dr John McGrail (Hypnosis,Synthesis) and Tom North (Childhood Abuse-Domestic Violence) next Guests

Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

Cashdshotcrp_supercroptom northMy guests for Saturday are Dr John McGrail (left) and Tom North.

John McGrail, PhD, is a hypnotherapist, personal success coach, spiritual teacher and a leading media expert on the topic of personal improvement. A former military officer, aviator and mass-media professional, he has combined more than 30 years of teaching, coaching and mentoring experience with his work in clinical hypnotherapy to create what he calls Synthesis, powerful process for creating personal change and transformation quickly and profoundly.

Synthesis integrates science and spirit through a powerful mixture of models, techniques traditions and wisdom, dedicated to the art and science of personal empowerment. Dr. McGrail has helped thousands of people— clients and workshop students—bring lasting change, growth and transformation into every aspect of their lives. Synthesis begins with Rule # 1: Life is supposed to be fun!

Dr. McGrail’s writing and expertise have been featured in numerous national publications, majoronline outlets, (e.g. Time, Readers Digest, Self, Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home journal, Chicago Tribune, New York Daily News, WebMD, LIVESTRONG.com SheKnows, Intent), etc. and he is a frequent guest on radio and television shows across the country and abroad. His book, The Synthesis Effect, (Career Press, 2012) shares and teaches his Synthesis techniques and is receiving rave reviews. Dr. McGrail resides in Los Angeles California. His websites can be found

at http://www.drjohnmcgrail.com & http://www.hypnotherapylosangeles.com

My second guest, Tom North is the award-winning author of the book, True North – The Shocking Truth about “Yours, Mine and Ours”. He appears on radio and television programs, and is a keynote speaker at colleges, universities and conferences.

Tom is committed to raising awareness of all forms of child abuse and domestic violence, and the devastating effects it can have on health, human spirit and life itself. He is dedicated to helping people realize their true identity and their potential for healing. Tom is an Official Supporter of National CASA for Children. His blog is: www.TrueNorthbyTomNorth.com

In his book, True North – The Shocking Truth about “Yours, Mine and Ours”, award-winning author, Tom North, writes about his experience as the 11th of the 20 Beardsley children, made famous in the 1968 film “Yours, Mine and Ours.” With Lucille Ball playing the role of the mother and Henry Fonda as the father, the film was a critical and box-office success. However, the loving family portrayed in the film differed dramatically from the actual Beardsley family. Tom shares what it was like to grow up in that family, taking the road less traveled through child abuse, domestic violence and despair, to hope, and eventually to self-discovery and a fulfilling life.