Who is Paul McKenna and what does he do?
He is also President of the UK Psychological Trauma Society at Kings College in London. McKenna is also known for his hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming and self-help books, CDs and DVDs in over 30 languages as well as several audio books. Many of McKenna’s one-to-one hypnotherapy clients are celebrities.
Where did Paul McKenna go to high school?
McKenna attended St Ignatius College in London and East Hertfordshire College. In 1996, McKenna was granted a PhD from LaSalle University. It was legally licensed by the state, but it falsely claimed to be an accredited institution.
What are the names of Paul McKenna’s parents?
Paul McKenna’s parents are William Joseph McKenna, a building contractor, and Joan Brenda McKenna, a former Middlesex University lecturer who was a chief examiner for the London Regional Educational Board. He also has a younger brother John who took over the family business.
Where did Kevin McKenna make his Bundesliga debut?
On the oppositie side, Calgary, Alberta-born Kevin McKenna made his Bundesliga debut at the heart of the Cottbus defence, having helped the Brandenburg club clamber out of Bundesliga 2 the previous season. “A dream come true,” was how Stalteri described the match in which he scored Bremen’s equaliser on the way to a 3-1 win.
McKenna is the latest in an invasion of Brits to hit American TV screens – following in the footsteps of Simon Cowell and Anne Robinson. And he’s built his success by taking self-help back to the Americans – with bells on.
Where does Paul McKenna live in Los Angeles?
Home now is a £3.4 million, 4,529 sq ft five-bedroom house in the Hollywood Hills, complete with a four-space detached garage, cinema room and swimming pool. His neighbours include Britney Spears, Robin Williams, Rod Stewart and Eddie Murphy.
How did Paul McKenna help Courtney Love lose weight?
And last week Courtney Love, the former drug addict and widow of Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain, credited him with helping her keep weight off after losing four stone in a dramatically short time. ‘He’s brilliant and is totally responsible for me staying so skinny,’ said the skeletal rock singer.
Why does Paul McKenna think diets don’t work?
‘It’s not just that diets don’t work: they are the problem, cynically profiteering out of other people’s misery. Diets are nothing more than training courses in how to get fat and feel like a failure.’ But while he may rail at those who peddle diet regimes, it is hard to say exactly where his advice differs.