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Art of Hypnotherapy : Mastering Client-Centered Techniques - Roy Hunter

Art of Hypnotherapy

Mastering Client-Centered Techniques

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Now in it¿s fourth edition, this classic text presents a comprehensive overview of client-centred hypnosis based on the teachings of Charles Tebbetts. Since the person undergoing hypnosis is the one with the power to change him/herself, the hypnotherapist acts as the facilitator, tailoring the hypnosis session to the client. All of the techniques found in The Art of Hypnotherapy, including regression therapy and parts theory, centre on this concept. The Art of Hypnotherapy shows students how all hypnotic techniques revolve around four main therapeutic objectives: Suggestion and Imagery; Discover the Cause; Release; and Subconscious Relearning. New features in this edition include an arrangement of techniques from simple to complex, so that those using hypnosis in a limited way easily learn the applicable technique; a chapter on the common application of hypnotherapy now includes new sections on anger, impotence, stuttering, and tinnitus, and the chapters on anchoring and triggers have been updated, with sections on how to help a client establish a safe place, and why this is important.

Prefacep. vii
Introduction to Hypnotherapyp. 1
Why is Hypnotherapy the Answer?p. 1
Which Title Do We Use: Hypnotist, or Hypnotherapist?p. 3
The Biggest Hypnotic Secret Revealedp. 5
Charles Tebbetts: a Master Teacherp. 6
Learn the Art of Hypnosis Firstp. 8
Who Should Teach Hypnosis?p. 10
Truth Removes Fearp. 13
The Purpose of This Bookp. 14
Hypnotherapy Associations Originally Recognizing This Coursep. 17
The Preinduction Interviewp. 19
Building and Maintaining Rapportp. 20
Allaying Fearsp. 22
Building Mental Expectancyp. 25
Gathering Informationp. 26
The Importance of Choicep. 29
The Four Cornerstones of Successful Hypnotherapyp. 31
Overviewp. 32
Post-hypnotic Suggestion and Imageryp. 34
Discover the Causep. 35
Releasep. 37
Subconscious Relearningp. 38
Additional Commentsp. 39
The Benefits Approachp. 41
The Subconscious Resists Forcep. 41
Identifying the Benefitsp. 42
Explain the Role of Imaginationp. 44
What about the Price of Change?p. 45
Doing Hypnotherapy: Benefits Approachp. 46
What Are Typical Client Benefits?p. 47
What Do You Say?p. 49
After Hypnosisp. 49
The Next Sessionp. 50
Mapping the Motivationp. 50
Why Not Begin with Advanced Techniques?p. 51
Scripts for Progressionsp. 51
Non Smoking Script, Benefits Approachp. 52
Weight Management Script, Benefits Approachp. 56
Anchoring and Triggersp. 61
Triggers of Habitp. 61
Anchored Memoriesp. 63
Anchored Attitudes and Desiresp63
Anchored Emotionsp. 64
Anchoring and Hypnotherapyp. 65
Peaceful Place (or Safe Place)p. 66
Peaceful Place Meditationp. 66
Techniques to Discover the Causep. 69
Does the Client Know the Cause of a Problem?p. 70
Ideomotor Respondingp. 71
Seven Psychodynamics of a Symptomp. 74
Script for Psychodynamicsp. 80
Age Regressionp. 82
The Affect Bridge Techniquep. 82
Dream Interpretationp. 84
Parts Therapyp. 85
When a Client Fails to Respond…p. 86
One Final Caution!p. 86
Regression Therapyp. 87
Spontaneous Regressionp. 88
Guiding vs. Leadingp. 90
Client Preparationp. 97
Regression Techniques to Discover the Causep. 103
Abreactions and Releasep. 110
Subconscious Relearningp. 121
Concluding the Sessionp. 122
Additional Hypnotic Advicep. 123
Parts Therapyp. 125
Parts Therapy: What Is It?p. 125
Variations of Parts Therapyp. 127
When to Use Parts Therapyp. 132
Before You Beginp. 133
The Therapist's Role: Mediatorp. 134
How to Get Resultsp. 135
Preparationp. 136
The 11-Step Processp. 137
Concluding the Sessionp. 150
Cautions (Potential Pitfalls)p. 151
Examples of Successful Parts Therapyp. 161
Parting Thoughtsp. 165
Other Rapid Change Techniquesp. 167
Imageryp. 168
Systematic Desensitizationp. 174
Implosive Desensitizationp. 175
Desensitization by Object Projectionp. 176
Silent Abreaction (Reframing)p. 177
Inner Guidep. 179
Verbalizingp. 179
Direct Suggestionp. 181
Indirect Suggestionp. 182
Important Advice from Charles Tebbettsp. 182
What about Aversion Therapy?p. 183
White Light Healing Techniquep. 187
Past Life Therapyp. 188
Other Cautionsp. 188
Phobias, Fears and Anxietiesp. 195
Simple Phobiasp. 196
Complex Phobiasp. 196
Sensitizing Event(s)p. 197
Activating Eventp. 198
Handling the Preinduction Interviewp. 199
Potential Therapy Techniques for Phobiasp. 200
Now What?p. 206
Glossary (of common phobias)p. 207
Putting It Togetherp. 209
Successes Facilitatedp. 209
A Few of My Successesp. 214
Student Therapy Successesp. 219
A ôMiracle on Demandöp. 225
Past Life Regressionsp. 241
Possible Explanationsp. 242
Spontaneous Past Life Regressionp. 245
Ethicsp. 247
Techniques to Initiate Regressionp. 250
Guiding vs. Leadingp. 256
Past Life Abreactionsp. 258
Additional Remarksp. 260
Peak Performancep. 263
Power Points for Successp. 263
Why Use Regressions?p. 264
Choosing Power Pointsp. 265
The Session: Celebrate Your Success!p. 266
Post Hypnosis Discussionp. 270
Who Can Benefit?p. 271
Doing It!p. 272
Motivation Mappingp. 275
The Five Subconscious Motivatorsp. 276
Objectives of Motivation Mappingp. 279
When is Motivation Mapping Used?p. 280
Which Session is Best?p. 281
Completing the Mapp. 281
Mapping a Smokerp. 283
Mapping for Weight Managementp. 291
Mapping Other Habitsp. 298
Scoringp. 298
Now What?p. 300
Sources of Subconscious Motivationp. 309
Repetitionp. 310
Authorityp. 312
Desire for Identity (ego)p. 314
Hypnosis/Self-Hypnosisp. 317
Emotionp. 318
Final Commentsp. 320
Common Potential Applications of Hypnotherapyp. 323
Anger and Stress Managementp. 324
Confidence and/or Self-esteemp. 326
Depressionp. 327
Forensic Hypnosisp. 328
Grief Therapyp. 329
Habit Controlp. 330
Impotencep. 333
Medical Uses of Hypnosisp. 334
Memory and Study Habitsp. 340
Multiple Personalities (D.I.D.)p. 342
Phobiasp. 344
Public Speakingp. 344
Remembering Lost Itemsp. 344
Sales and Business Motivationp. 345
Sexual Abusep. 346
Sports Enhancementp. 348
Stutteringp. 349
Substance Abusep. 349
Suicidalp. 353
Test Anxietyp. 353
Tinnitusp. 354
Ongoing Training and Professional Improvementp. 355
The Journey Continues…p. 357
Bibliographyp. 363
Indexp. 367
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ISBN: 9781845904401
ISBN-10: 1845904400
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 400
Published: 1st June 2010
Publisher: Crown House Publishing
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 15.2 x 22.9  x 2.5
Weight (kg): 0.64
Edition Number: 4
Edition Type: Revised