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    Hypnotherapy

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    Introduction For this assignment I am going to be looking at the process of the initial consultation when you first meet with your client and the importance of gaining the relevant information to be able to make an accurate diagnosis to be able to help the client. I will be discussing the importance of the initial consultation in understanding the client’s goals and targets. I will also look at the ethical factors we may come across. initial Consultation As part of our initial consultation

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    Traditional Hypnotherapy

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    What is traditional hypnotherapy ? Hypnotherapy is a brief therapy that uses words as specific tools and requires the patient to be in an induced hypnotic state of mind while the therapy is performed. Traditional hypnotherapy is a powerful tool and can help eliminate fear and negative emotions, can help winnow out all sorts of pains and painful feelings, can help remove addictions and unwanted behaviors or habits, can help increase confidence and self-esteem, and help you to be the person you always

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    Essay Hypnotherapy

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    for the purpose of hypnotherapy is paramount to it’s success, without it a client cannot receive treatment to the full therapeutic value. But what exactly do we mean by “Rapport”? And

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    ypnosis, or hypnotherapy, uses directed relaxation, extreme concentration, and focused attention to reach a deeper state of awareness known as trance. This person will then center his attention on a specific task or thought. At this point the mind while shift from conscious, or ten percent of the brain, to the subconscious mind. While in this hypnotic state, patients can tap into painful memories, thoughts, and feelings that aren’t in their conscious mind. Hypnosis will also help people perceive

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    or remembering memories for a court case. In both fields the subject of hypnotherapy is controversial. Hypnotherapy may lead to pseudomemories that are misleading or simply false. Hypnotherapy is a great therapeutic technique because it helps grieving people cope with a loss of a loved one, it rids patients of phobias, and can be used to recover traumatic memories that can be problematic towards

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    The subject of hypnotherapy may seem confusing for many people who have not undergone the procedure. Hypnotherapy is a therapy method that aims to use hypnosis in order to produce positive changes in the patient's life. In order to answer the question, "What is hypnotherapy", one must understand hypnosis. What is Hypnosis? Hypnosis is a natural psychological state of consciousness similar to a sleep state where the subject is vaguely aware of their surroundings. In this condition, subjects enter

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    This essay will explore the difference between permissive and authoritarian approaches in hypnotherapy. Included will be history of the two approaches, background of the way they work and practical examples to show the influence they have on clients. Gathering information through various means (which will be discussed in this essay) will help the hypnotherapist create a personalized induction. The essay will explore this personalized induction and see if it will always be most effective to use

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    The Role of Hypnotherapy in Today 's Medicine Introduction Hypnotherapy has been used in the field of medicine for the treatment of different medical conditions. Some of the evidence about the effectiveness of hypnosis is pain relief, psychological changes, and emotional disorders among others have been recorded. Hypnosis continues being useful in the field of medicine, and the users are expected to continue increasing. This paper focuses on the role of hypnosis in medicine today (Gonsalkorale, 1996)

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    welcome! I'm Heather Denny, the Hypnotherapist. Now that you've found me on Hypnotherapy Directory: “How can I help you?” First of all, each client that comes to see me has taken a different route to get to where they are so therefore I never use the exact same approach with any two clients. Everyone is unique so I adapt my approach to suit each client’s specific needs. I work using three main skill sets: Hypnotherapy; Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) which is sometimes referred to as 'Tapping';

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    “What is hypnosis?” Describe the psychological and physical aspects of hypnosis and discuss the role of relaxation in hypnotherapy Hypnosis can be traced as far back as the ancient Egyptians where it was used as a means of curing illnesses through suggestion, it was known as the curing sleep. Hypnosis can be described as a sleep like trance and a state of heightened relaxation, that hypnotists today call a trance state this is where you are more susceptible to suggestion and influence. Hypnosis

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