First Hypnosis Session Strategy: Let the Client Talk!

Let the client know that the first session gets all the talking out of the way.  But realize that the client needs to talk in the first session.  They need to tell you their Story. You know it’s not the whole story.  But if you don’t take the time to listenContinue reading

Educate Your Hypnotherapy Clients to Allow Feelings & Emotions

Healing is about restoring a person’s ability to feel good – physically, mentally and emotionally. To achieve this goal in your hypnotherapy sessions you need your client to be an active participant in their own healing process. They need to be willing to feel their feelings because you can’t doContinue reading

Triggers & Panic Attacks

Situations in daily life can act as reminders of unresolved, traumatic events from the past.  When that happens the person will get “triggered.” When a person gets triggered, all the unresolved thought and emotional energies that are still trapped in past events will start bubbling up into conscious awareness.  When thisContinue reading

Setting Up for Inner Child Work

Before you begin the Inner Child Work you need to make sure that you have a client who can be present and loving toward their Inner Child.  If you don’t, you’re going to run into problems.  So, before you dive into the Inner Child Work test to make sure thatContinue reading

Regression Hypnosis Is Getting to The Root of the Problem

Traumatic memory has to do with an undigested event from the past that was overwhelming for the person.  The problem is that it hasn’t been processed and brought to completion.  So as far as the Subconscious Mind is concerned, it’s still a current event. That event needs to be broughtContinue reading

Let the Body Shake

If your client’s body start quaking or shaking during a hypnotherapy session – let it!  Here’s why. Want to learn more?  Watch the full video here.

Hypnosis Scripts & Protocols

When you’re just starting out you need scripts and protocols.  There’s just too much stuff to keep in your head.  But if the client catches you using a “cheat sheet” they could lose confidence in your abilities. That could cost you in terms of rapport. The client may not trustContinue reading