As hypnotherapists we are working with an important and often overlooked part of the human being. Hypnosis doesn’t have to be obvious. It doesn’t even have to be intentional! But it needs to be understood, and it needs to be harnessed for benefit.
Articles on: Hypnotherapy
When we communicate hypnotically, we need to know which part – conscious or unconscious mind – we are communicating with and seeking to influence.
Being as effective as Milton Erickson doesn’t mean just aping him, but working from similar principles.
Milton Erickson yelled at a therapy client. I flirted with an elderly lady. Sometimes therapy goals can be met in the strangest ways…
Understanding the body’s ultradian rhythms will help you understand this stress management technique
For centuries, hypnosis was regarded as a ‘dark art’ or just ‘mystical mumbo-jumbo’. And despite its long scientific, as well as anecdotal, pedigree, many people still ask, “Yes, but does hypnosis work?”