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“What a powerful experience it was to have an Access Bars session with Barbara.  At the time it was so wonderfully relaxing.   I had a profound sense of well being during the entire process and I continued to feel lighter and lighter.  I could feel the tension in my shoulders and back releasing as I gave Barbara my permission to dissolve the barriers and free me from old beliefs which no longer benefit me.  Over the next week there were numerous thought patterns that literally shifted right in front of my awareness.  It is very empowering.  Having the awareness and knowing I have the freedom to choose is the key.  What a marvelous gift ! ” E.M. Phoenix, Az.

Barbara Christine Haines, M.A.Ed.

Barbara Christine Haines, M.A.Ed.


Barbara helps women over 55 eliminate worry and stress. Are you experiencing difficult changes in your life?  Are you losing sleep worrying about retirement, your partner, adult children, siblings, caring for a parent…..or any of life’s challenges?

“Working with Barb was very eye opening.  I learned so much about the reasons that I react to situations the way I do.  I learned how to communicate with my husband and what he needs to feel loved.  I am a much better communicator, I am much more confident in myself and my relationship.  She made it possible to look at myself and evaluate how I can make things better for me and my family.  I feel much stronger physically, mentally and emotionally and prepared to deal with the bumps in the road as they come up.”

H. Anthem, Az.

Barbara Christine Haines, M.A.Ed.

What would it take to choose something different for your life? What else is possible?
Women Over 55 Eliminate Worry & Stress

Women Over 55 Eliminate Worry & Stress

Are you a woman over 55 who is worrying and feeling stressed about retirement, your partner, adult children, aging siblings, caring for your parent. or any of life’s difficult challenges ?  Do you want to feel peaceful, have more energy and clarity?  Do you want to calmly deal with difficult situations?  Learn how to … Read more…

Access Consciousness

Welcome to the world of Access Consciousness! What if you could experience life with ease, joy and calmness? What if you let go of judging yourself and others ? What if you had the freedom from your limitations, beliefs and points of view? What if you lived in the energy of gratitude? What is Access Consciousness? Access Consciousness is a set of tools and processes that are designed to facilitate more awareness for everyone. Consciousness includes everything … Read more…

Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist

Do you want to feel calmer?  Do you want to quit smoking?  Do you want to release weight?  Do you have fears you would like to overcome?  This is a powerful approach to assist you with each of these issues.

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Guidelines for Parents of Teens

Here are several Guidelines for Parents of Teens that I find myself sharing often with parents. *  If you take away a teen’s valued possessions, as an appropriate consequence to undesirable behavior…example, computer, car, privileges to go to sleepovers, etc., be sure to have a plan about how the teen may EARN those items and privileges … Read more…

Quality Communication With Your Teen

Here are eight guidelines to develop quality communication with your teen. 1.  Maintain eye contact when your teenager is talking.  This communicates that the teen has your full attention.  Refrain from rolling your eyes when you are frustrated, closing your eyes in irritation, or looking over their head. 2.  Don’t multitask while listening to your teenager.

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