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Guest Profile: Dr. George Pratt

URL: http://www.DrGeorgePratt.com

Dr. George Pratt

George Pratt, Ph.D, is a licensed clinical and consulting psychologist in private practice in La Jolla, CA where he specializes in mind-body techniques, hypnotherapy, and performance enhancement. Dr. Pratt is also on staff at Scripps Memorial Hospital and has served as Chairman of Psychology. He has helped Super Bowl champs, Olympic medalists, professional athletes, top executives, Academy and Grammy Award winners, as well as thousands of people from all walks of life.


Dr. Pratt has been a 4 time guest on Larry King and been featured on MTV and is interviewed in radio around the US. His fourth collaborative book, Code To Joy - A Four Step Solution To Unlocking Your Natural State Of Happiness,. is a veritable toolbox for re-tuning the way you manage your life. “A brilliant formula for tapping into your highest potential.” Larry King

Dr. George Pratt's Past Shows

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Women in Worship

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Depression Myths

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