Hypnotherapy techniques

Aversion Therapy Hypnosis

By The British Hypnosis Research & Training Institute|2018-12-04T15:35:30+07:00November 17th, 2016|Blog, Hypnotherapy techniques|

This lesson from Stephen Brooks discusses the use of disgust in aversion therapy hypnosis and looks at how disgust can be a powerful motivator. Aversion Therapy Hypnosis - the power of disgust. Disgust enables us

Communicating with the unconscious mind

By The British Hypnosis Research & Training Institute|2017-01-24T08:44:32+07:00November 10th, 2016|Blog, Hypnotherapy techniques|

In Ericksonian hypnotherapy there is pre-supposition that the client has a conscious and an unconscious mind. Of course this is only a model, but nevertheless a useful working model for therapy. This model has evolved

How far can we trust the unconscious?

By The British Hypnosis Research & Training Institute|2017-01-24T08:24:00+07:00November 10th, 2016|Blog, Hypnotherapy techniques|

The unconscious mind is not only easily influenced by suggestion, be it direct or indirect, it is also easily influenced by the merest implication. Trainee hypnotherapists need to be mindful of every word and gesture

Building Trust in Hypnotherapy

By The British Hypnosis Research & Training Institute|2017-01-24T10:43:14+07:00November 4th, 2016|Blog, Hypnotherapy techniques|

A patient needs to trust you before sharing personal information. One way to develop this trust indirectly is for you to share personal experiences in an informal and friendly way, this builds rapport. It is unwise to share