An internationally published author, Genvièv ("Jon-Vie-Ev") writes and lectures extensively on the science of harnessing the power of our subconscious mind. In 2003, she teamed up with the best-selling book series Chicken Soup for the Soul to release a new title dedicated to inspiring readers to overcome obstacles and reach for a better life. Genvièv appeared in leading French and American television and radio shows, including a Discovery Channel special filmed in Monaco. Samples of her published work are accessible in the above menu.
The founder of a forensic hypnosis and clinical hypnotherapy center in Portland, Oregon, Genvièv has over 20 years of experience researching, practicing and teaching the concepts and applications of hypnotherapy and personal development in the US and overseas. Throughout her career with leading international corporations, universities and schools, she taught CEOs, corporate executives, athletes, students and private clients to use the power of their mind to transform their existence.
A member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and of the Oregon Hypnotherapy Association, she is a Certified Hypnotherapist, a Forensic Hypnotist, Master Hypnotist and an Instructor in Emergency Response and Pain Control Hypnosis. After studying philosophy and psychology, Genvièv graduated from the Silva Institute of Psychorientology, which she attended both in Paris and Los Angeles. A graduate of the National Guild of Hypnotists and of the Mottin & Johnson Institute of Hypnosis, she practiced Shamanic healing with Lakota Indians, QiGong healing with Eastern Masters and various forms of energy healing with European Masters. She extensively studied the teachings of Zen and their applications in modern Western lifestyles.
Genvièv holds a Master's Degree in International Trade, Law and Foreign Languages and a DESS (highest university degree in the field) in Foreign Affairs, Foreign Languages and Communications from the University of La Sorbonne in Paris, as well as a Baccalauréat in Philosophy, Literature and Languages from the Academy of Literature of Nice, France.