Alicia Moltzen has had an interest in the extraordinary workings of the mind and brain since beginning her university studies in 2003 where she obtained a Bachelor of Applied Science in Psychology and Psychophysiology through Swinburne University. She then began her career with Monash University working in the area of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and food malabsorption/intolerances which lead to her embarking on a Masters of Human Nutrition which she completed through Deakin University. She has continued her career working in the area of IBS as well as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) whereby she has gained extensive knowledge in these fields over the years.
After research began to emerge indicating the benefits of clinical hypnotherapy with issues of the gut including, IBS and IBD, Alicia studied a Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy with Hypnotherapy Training College Australia so that she could not only help individuals suffering with issues of the gut but, so that she could combine her passion for dietary intervention with this beneficial therapy of the mind. During her training in Clinical Hypnotherapy she also gained experience in treating other issues common to IBS and IBD such as anxiety and stress but, also with many other beneficial treatments such as self confidence, weight loss, addictive behaviours, childhood issues such as bedwetting, pregnancy and labour etc.