Shelley Stockwell-Nicholas, PHD hosts Daniel Ghanime during this Zoom Meeting at the Elman Hypnosis Online Conference.Topics include: Regression to cause, various approaches to Parts Therapy, handling abreactions and strategies for facilitating online sessions and more.000:2:36 Introduction: “The Black Sheep of Hypnosis/”00:5:30 Why hypnosis doesn’t work.00:10:35 What you need to know about regression to cause.00:14:29 What

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Wendie Webber, with over three decades of experience as a distinguished healing practitioner, brings a diverse array of skills to her practice in regression to cause hypnosis. Her approach combines a gentle, yet authoritative presentation style with a comprehensive, lucid, and methodical method of assisting fellow healing practitioners in navigating the complexities of regression hypnotherapy. Discover

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Presentation begins around 22 minute mark.   Daniel shares a number of therapeutic concepts and models including:Re-traumatizing the client (rape case)The Sandwich Therapy ModelThe Regression Timeline ModelThe Two Days That Cannot Be ChangedRevivification versus Dissociation (Regression vs Timeline)Why is it so important to make the unconscious conscious?Development of a Phobia ModelAutosuggestion and the Law of

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What if you have a client who just doesn’t want to go there?  What if they’re resistant to regression hypnosis because the feelings are too intense?   What if they don’t want to confront their feelings?  When a client is apprehensive about the process, they’re simply not ready to proceed.  You don’t have a Contract with

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There are lots of benefits to having a home-based office.  For one thing, there’s no commute.  You don’t have to drive anywhere – so it saves you time and money.  The overhead working from home is much lower.  You don’t have to pay rent or utilities.  And you can even write off some of your

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When we are faced with a threat, the nervous system goes into red alert.  It’s called a stress-response.  Once the threat has passed, the energy of the event will be discharged and released from the body.  This is what extinguishes the trauma.For example, when the hawk swoops down and catches the bunny, the bunny is

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There are two approaches to teaching self-hypnosis.  You can teach it to your clients in private sessions, or you can offer to teach self-hypnosis as a class. One of the benefits of teaching self-hypnosis in a class is that this is a very effective way to attract new clients into your practice.  It’s fun.  It’s

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Most hypnosis schools teach little to nothing about business.  They only teach the practice side of things.  You learn inductions, deepeners and therapeutic techniques.  But very little about how to make a living doing those things.   This just perpetuates the Field of Dreams myth that says “Build it and they will come.”  They won’t.  If

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A big mistake you see a lot of healing practitioners making is menu marketing. They list a menu of issues that hypnosis can help with.  So, their website has a menu of issues, their business card has a menu of issues, their brochure has a menu of issues.   That’s what I did.  But it’s a

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Social gatherings are client attractors.  They’re a great place for you to meet new people who might be interested in becoming your client.  This is a situation where you can use your preliminary assessment system.If you’re at a social gathering such as a networking event, a workshop, or a dinner party, and the person you’re

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