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On Tour! MP Author Richard Rios

On Tour July 7th-11th

Author Richard Rios



Master Hypnotherapist Rich Rios, Jr., is a Clinical and Medical Hypnotherapist who uses holistic methods to help individuals and entrepreneurs break through their challenges to transform their lives.

He is the author of the upcoming book, “Alice Doesn’t Live in the Mirror,” which helps women and teenage girls overcome the stereotypes that keep them from being happy with their body image.


Rios is the founder of Remedy Hypnotherapy in Mountain View, CA, with a goal of helping clients to become well-rounded individuals who can overcome the challenges of life and career.

For several years, he has helped clients throughout California to become unstuck, fulfilled and organized in their professional career and personal life goals. With his holistic approach, he has helped clients to achieve their career dreams and accomplish their personal goals with ease and simplicity.

Some of the issues he helps people with are: weight loss, smoking, self-confidence, success mindset, sales mastery, self-esteem and much more.

He holds a Masters Degree in Business Management & Education, with other degrees in Organizational Psychology and Adult Education. He also has 300 documented hours in training, with over five years of clinical experience. He is continually updating his training in Hypnotherapy, as well as other modalities such as Psych-K, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Emotional Freedom Technique, Muscle Testing, and more.

Prior to practicing Hypnotherapy,  he worked in Telecommunication Sales, Corporate & Private Overseas Security. He served proudly in the U.S. Air Force as a Security Forces Specialist, in the U.S. Army as an Airborne Communications Specialist. He has served in the U.S. and in overseas combat theaters.

He is the author of the upcoming book, “Alice Doesn’t Live in the Mirror,” which helps women and teenage girls overcome the stereotypes that keep them from being happy with their body image.

In his spare time, he enjoys networking with acupuncturists, aromatherapists and massage therapists, as well as other professionals within the holistic medical field.  He enjoys  studying medicine, business, religion, metaphysical topics, volunteering and writing motivational seminars.

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About The Book

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Alice doesn’t live in the mirror. 

Children’s stories are often based on some truth. Taking the classic characters of “Alice in Wonderland” to modern day influences, is it a wonder that many girls are receiving mixed messages of not only where they came from but where they are suppose to be going.

White rabbit, mad hatter, queen of hearts, the Cheshire cat, and others are known by other names but are very real influencers, directly or indirectly, in a girl’s life. Family, peers, work, the various media reflect what the “ideal woman” should be.

Alice, like all girls, growing up and coming of age, gets turned around and tugged at in many directions, and expected to handle it with the grace and elegance of a delicate flower. And how many girls do you really know are that delicate flower.

Yes, you can have it all while recognizing that you need to be comfortable and true to yourself and that you don’t have to be the “ideal woman” for anyone else but yourself.  

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Promotion July 7th-11th

Mon. July 7th  Spotlight promo at  IndieWritersReview

Tues. July 8th  (8:30 pmcst/9:30 pmest) Radio Interview 30 minute Book Chat w/ Michelle Cornwell-Jordan– IndieReview Behind The Scenes Internet Radio

Wed. July 09th  8:30  Ten Minute Twitter View chat w/ Host Michelle Cornwell-Jordan. Pls follow hash tag #MPTour.

Thurs.July 10th  Maverick Promotions Feature

Fri. July 11th    Spotlight Feature at Write Indie: Musings of a WriterGeek


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