Start from IDR 4,400,000 (hypnotherapy)
Currently 4 months
Founder & Director of Maja Healing
Founder of Holistic Healing Hypnotherapy
Senior Holistic Hypnotherapist, Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist, Hypnotherapy Teacher
I was lucky enough to have a hypnotherapy session with Kartika in February 2014. I say lucky as I see our meeting as a chance encounter which facilitated healing which I required. Kartika has a beautiful manner and presence, which placed me at ease. I highly recommend her to anyone considering hypnotherapy.
~ Shane Farrugia ~
Due to Kartika's long waiting list, please submit your enquiry below for her next availability.
My background is in Psychology (Bachelor of Arts, University of British Columbia) and graduated with honours, awards, scholarships and on Dean's List. I am also a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist (CCTSI), a hypnotherapist with certification by the National Guild of Hypnotists, and with specialization in various hypnotherapy processes (ranging from HypnoBirthing© to Dolores Cannon's Quantum Healing Hypnosis Therapy
With hundreds of hours of session experience, I have helped thousands of clients resolve a wide range of problems since I founded Holistic Healing Hypnosis in 2014.
My intrigue with what makes each of one us who we are started at a very young age. Born in the USA, I then moved to Nairobi Kenya for 4 years, and grew up in Tokyo Japan for 10 years, followed by 4 years in Jakarta Indonesia and 7 years in Vancouver Canada. As I moved around, I was immersed in each different culture and learnt the language - I grew up speaking Swahili, Japanese and now, speak English, French and Indonesian. I began to recognize and see how the world was experienced and understood very differently between individuals of different cultures, languages, and religions. It totally fascinated me how culture, language and religion shape us as individuals, down to unconscious habits and day-to-day activities. As the elements in the surrounding environment changed with each move, I also began to see how I also adapted and changed accordingly. The question came – "Well, then… Who am I? What makes me me?”