I’ve spent years learning about natural ways to improve mood and health through the amazing benefits of essential oils. After completing my Masters, I studied the psychology behind healing destructive behavior, improving emotional intelligence, and resolving conflict through essential oils and supplementation.
I've chosen to get involved in the health and wellness industry because it is the only industry that has the power to change the lives of individuals in such a unique way. Through improving your health, to finding natural solutions to your day-to-day problems, health and wellness empowers us to reach our true potential. Through it, we are free from health challenges, we have the energy and strength to keep up with our family and friends, and we can fully experience all the joys that life has to offer.
Did you know your mental health (your mood) is just as important as your physical health? It’s true, your mental health needs to be “worked out” in order for it to be productive and healthy. It’s time to take charge of your mental and emotional wellness, and discover the strategies to create a happier, more vibrant lifestyle* with the Good Mood Bootcamp.
Rebecca Hintze, M.Sc. has worked in the mental health field for over two decades. She's considered an expert on essential oils and mood. She's also a family issues specialist and an instructor of emotional intelligence for families and individuals. She is the international bestselling author of, Healing Your Family History, distributed worldwide. She is the creator of The Emotions Mentor Course Series and she’s the author of Essentially Happy, Essential Oils for Happy Living, and Emotions and Essential Oils an A-Z Guide. Today, Rebecca speaks to audiences worldwide on using essential oils for health and wellness, healing family patterns, overcoming destructive behavior, increasing emotional intelligence, resolving health care issues naturally through essential oils and supplementation, and resolving family conflict. She holds a BA degree in Communications from Brigham Young University and a M.Sc. degree from the University of East London School of Psychology.