Steve G. Jones
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Steve G. Jones is a clinical hypnotherapist based in Savannah, Georgia. He also has offices in New York and California. He has created numerous recordings and publications about hypnosis, self-awareness and the law of attraction. He co-authored the book You Can Attract It with Frank Mangano.
Television and press appearances
Recent interviews include the Savannah Morning News, WTOC-TV Savannah, WAGA-TV Atlanta, and Charlotte Today. According to the Savannah Morning News article, Dr. Jones has practiced hypnotherapy since the mid-1980s while studying psychology at the University of Florida. Since that time, he has earned a master's degree in education from Armstrong Atlantic State University and a doctorate in education from Georgia Southern University.
Dr. Jones starred in Season Five, Episode Seven of Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker, "Helping the Self Helpers" and appeared on Season Eight, Episode Four with Sonja Morgan and Perez Hilton. According to the show, his net worth is over four million dollars.
He also appeared on Bravo's Below Deck Season One, Episode Two, "It's Not Easy Being Green" as a Celebrity Hypnotist. Additionally, he is a featured expert on TruTV's Door to the Dead. In his casting video for the Millionaire Matchmaker, Jones states that he first became interested in hypnotherapy in high school when others came to him for help. He consults various organization on a variety of psychological issues, including teen cyberbullying.
Awards and recognitions
He received the 2007 President’s Appreciation Award recognizing his accomplishments in continuing adult education from the AAACE (American Association for Adult and Continuing Education), awarded to "persons from education, government, industry or other sectors who demonstrate exceptional and innovative leadership to or in support of adult and continuing education.", as can be confirmed from the link cited here.