“When most of my patients first arrive, they are worried they’ll cluck like a chicken,” said Dr. Simone Peters in her recent podcast appearance on Gastro Girl, an American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) education partner.
Of course, Dr. Peters has mythbusting hypnotherapy down to a science, with her groundbreaking research from Monash University on hand to demonstrate why Nerva is a clinically validated, cost-effective program that changes lives.
In her conversation with Gastro Girl herself (also known as Jacqueline Gaulin), Dr. Peters reveals Nerva’s origin story and how her research inspired the app that over 100,000 patients have experienced. She also discusses Nerva’s critical ability to impact patients at a greater scale due to the overwhelming lack of GI psychologists who specialize in gut-directed hypnotherapy, as for now, “accessibility to really good quality, evidence-based hypnotherapy just isn’t there.”
Listen to the Gastro Girl podcast.