An ISE doesn’t have to be horrendous, scary event to be traumatizing for a Child.  It’s the Child’s perception of what’s happening.  It can be something that confused the Child.  That’s enough to make it an ISE. It could be something as simple as Mommy and Daddy having an argument.   Mommy and Daddy are not

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When a person is dealing with a physical condition, they often come to you with a diagnosis. When the client has a diagnosis, the condition has a label.You can’t treat a label.Being able to label the problem can give a client some measure of relief.  At least, now they know what they’re dealing with.   But

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All trauma isn’t bad.  When a person learns from a traumatic experience, it makes them smarter.  If you touched the stove and got burned you know not to do that again, right? A traumatic experience doesn’t have to have a lasting effect.  In fact, it can make you smarter, more resilient.  This means better able to

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In this episode, Lawrence Akers chats with Wendie Webber who has released a new book called ‘The Devil’s Therapy’ which is a fascinating look at regression therapy. 3:00 How the Devil’s Therapy began with dream working. 4:18 The Journey leading to Tribe of Healers. 6:36 The Journey of hypnotherapy. 8:45 What trainers/trainings stand out in the journey? The three

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Episode 87: Hypnosis WeekIn this conversation, Alex Smith a.k.a. Jonathan Royle, plays the devil’s advocate in discussing Regression to Cause and The Devil’s Therapy: Hypnosis Practitioner’s Guide to Effective Regression Hypnotherapy. 6:38 WHAT? Alex takes me to task when I suggest that hypnosis is the least important part of the therapeutic process. 12:03 Why didn’t I listen

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it

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Jacquelyn Haley, Hypnosis & MindCoaching, UK interviews Wendie Webber in Canada about her new book, The Devil’s Therapy: Hypnosis Practitioner’s Essential Guide to Effective Regression Hypnotherapy. The Devil’s Therapy reveals a three-phase, seven-step healing process through a 200-year old Grimm’s Fairy Tale2:15 The solution is in how you think in your sessions 3:35 Common questions on

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This is so good, I just had to share it.  Gabor Mate nails it.  Childhood trauma leads to addiction.   Addiction, whether to a substance like drugs or alcohol, or to a behavior like smoking or overeating, is a Subconscious Solution to the REAL problem.   The REAL problem has to do with unresolved traumatic experiences.  Addiction

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I came across a post on one of the hypnosis forums this morning seeking advice on treating anorexia nervosa.  Coincidentally, I just finished reading about eating disorders in a book which I highly recommend.  Emotion-Focused Therapy by Leslie S. Greenberg is a rich resource for the serious regression hypnotherapist.  Below, I’ll share a few things from the

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I call my first session protocol my S.E.T. for Success session.  S.E.T. stands for Satisfy, Educate and Train.   The purpose of this first session is to create my ideal client for regression to cause therapeutic hypnosis.  You can, too, by following these three steps.Conduct an intake specifically for regression hypnosisEducate the client to establish a

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