February 28

Triggers & Panic Attacks

Preliminary Techniques


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 this happens, the person will relive the event all over again.

That can bring on a panic attack.

When a person gets triggered it can seem like it's coming out of the blue. As a result, the person feels out of control.

You can't talk a person out of a panic attack.  You need to find out what's causing it and resolve that.

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In the Preliminary Assessment System you will learn:

  • How to qualify a client with 6 Critical Qualifying Questions
  • How to take charge of a conversation with a prospective client
  • How to use voicemail to make a positive first impressions
  • The 3 key pieces of information you need before you answer the phone
  • How to qualify a client with the 6 Critical Qualifying Questions
  • How to convert a qualified caller into a client - without having to sell a thing
  • How to prepare a client for their first hypnosis session with you
  • How to set up to get a commitment to a multi-session healing program
  • How to create a Session Confirmation System
  • More ...
  • About the author 

    Wendie Webber

    With over thirty years of experience as a healing practitioner, Wendie brings a broad range of skills to her approach to regression to cause hypnosis. She combines a gentle, yet commanding way of presenting with a thorough, clear and systematic approach to helping healing practitioners to make sense of regression hypnotherapy.