What Is a Confusional Induction and When Best to Use One?
A Confusional Induction is a highly effective hypnotic induction to use in certain circumstances and with the right type of clients. This feature looks at what it is, when to use it and how to structure it for maximum effect.
The ‘Integrated Environment in Hypnosis’ was conceived and developed by the author during research at University College London, both for use in hypnosis downloads online and for work with private clients. Indications are that the use of this framework results not only in a faster, but also in a more robust therapeutic response whether used with Hypnosis downloads or with personal clients.4 Things That Hollywood Doesn’t Want You to Know About Hypnosis
In my 13+ years of being a professional hypnotherapist, I am often asked questions about hypnosis by people who have obviously watched too many late-night B-movies! In their defense, these are also some of the most common misconceptions about hypnosis, so let’s take a look at 4 of them…
Stage hypnotists tend to use a very direct, often authoritarian style of hypnosis. Can this style of hypnosis be used in the therapeutic environment? Is it a bad thing to adopt a real direct, authoritarian stance in hypnosis? We explore these things in this article.Transference In Hypnotherapy and How To Deal With Transference In Clinical Hypnosis
What actually is transference? Do hypnotherapists need to know about it? Can we do anything to avoid it occurring? We explore these questions and get to grips with the subject in this article.