Research shows that tapping can be an effective strategy for releasing anxiety.  Phobias and panic attacks are what happen when anxiety comes out to play. Anything that can help put some distance between the client and the fear provides a sense of safety.  So, people with lots of anxiety routinely end up on medications. Medication doesn’t

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If you’ve ever been on a diet it’s probably not the first time.  Dieting is hard.  Dieting takes willpower.  You have to consciously remember to stay with it.  Dieting makes you tired and cranky.  It leaves you feeling  deprived.  And when you’re on a diet all you can think about is food.  So is it any

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Group facilitation is fun. You can use it to promote your services, make your hypnosis services more affordable, and make more money.  You can also use group work to get better results by priming your clients for one-on-one session work.  Here are 3 quick tips to help you facilitate great hypnosis group sessions.1. Condition your

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Is it always necessary to locate the Initial Sensitizing Event (ISE)?  The ISE is considered the causal event.  It’s the “first time” the client experienced that pattern. Regression-to-Cause Hypnosis Theory suggests that clearing the “first time” pulls the roots out of the dysfunction pattern associated with the problem the client comes to see you about.

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Only by acceptance of the past can you alter it. – TS EliotForgiveness is central to the process of healing with hypnosis. Forgiveness isn’t saying that what happened was okay, however.  The things that were said or done to hurt us caused us pain.  That is definitely not okay.  But burying past hurts does not

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When you’re first starting out you’re still learning how to facilitate the healing process so you rely heavily on scripts and protocols. As you become more confident in sessions you don’t need these things so much.  Until then, you need a way to organize and still look professional to your clients. I found that having a session manual

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Nancy is a good hypnotherapist.  She has good training.  She’s competent.  And she loves what she does.  But she’s struggling to make a living.  The reason is simple.  Nancy only offers single sessions.Nancy suffers from THE most destructive mindset for any healing practitioner – the Single-Session Mindset.  The Single Session Mindset is trying to get

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Can past surgeries be related to a client’s presenting issue? The key to complete resolution is to unplug all the connections between the trauma of the past event and the presenting symptoms.  This includes surgical trauma. Trauma expert, Dr. Robert Scaer’s devotes an entire section to the subject of trauma resulting from surgical intervention in

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Abreact: to release (repressed emotions) by acting out as in words, behavior, or the imagination, the situation causing the conflict.What do you do when a client gets intensely in a hypnosis session?   What do you do if you feel overwhelmed and aren’t sure what to do?  The following four steps can help put you back in charge

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The body wants to move – especially if it’s holding onto a lot of pent-up, unresolved emotional energy from the past.   That energy got trapped in the nervous system of the body and it’s uncomfortable. If you can find a way to get the body moving, it will let go of a lot of “stuff”,

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