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BIll O’Hanlon – author of Taproots, Solution-Oriented Hypnosis and a Guide To Trance-Land.

Stephen Brooks knows how to do effective Ericksonian Hypnosis and teach others how to do it.

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2018-07-28T20:00:52+07:00
Stephen Brooks knows how to do effective Ericksonian Hypnosis and teach others how to do it.

Dan Jones – author of Advanced Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Scripts

Your legendary hypnotherapy courses are the most highly regarded in the field

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2017-05-12T10:59:03+07:00
Your legendary hypnotherapy courses are the most highly regarded in the field

Kerin Webb – author of The Language Pattern Bible

You are the leaders in indirect Ericksonian Hypnosis

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2017-05-12T11:01:03+07:00
You are the leaders in indirect Ericksonian Hypnosis

Dr Ernest Rossi – author with Milton H Erickson of the Collected Papers of Milton H Erickson

Stephen Brooks and the art of Ericksonian hypnotherapy surely sets the highest standard.

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2018-07-28T19:49:32+07:00
Stephen Brooks and the art of Ericksonian hypnotherapy surely sets the highest standard.

Adam Eason – author of The Science of Self Hypnosis

Your course was eye opening, heartfelt and transforming for me personally and professionally

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2017-05-12T10:57:08+07:00
Your course was eye opening, heartfelt and transforming for me personally and professionally

Ivan Tyrrell – author of How To Master Anxiety

You are very creative with words, you talk to different parts of a patient's mind, it’s so powerful!

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2017-05-12T10:59:49+07:00
You are very creative with words, you talk to different parts of a patient's mind, it’s so powerful!

Igor Ledochowski – author of The Deep Trance Training Manual

Your training is unique, refined and dynamic, making each person feel an active part of the course

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2017-05-12T10:58:00+07:00
Your training is unique, refined and dynamic, making each person feel an active part of the course
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106, 2017

The Secret of Hypnosis

An Article about how techniques for inducing hypnosis have changed over the years - from the Independent Newspaper, England by John McCrone. Hypnosis can be explained as a form of self-induced sensory deprivation…well perhaps. Hypnotists with swinging fob watches are out. Far more effective ways of putting people into a trance have been discovered which, with their employment of confusion and word twisting, are not too far removed from brainwashing techniques. Yet while the practice of hypnosis has made considerable strides of late, science is still uncertain whether the phenomenon even exists. Hypnotism has been studied for over 200 years. For a long time, the only way known of putting subjects into a trance was to get them to focus on a spot on the ceiling or a monotonous pendulum while the hypnotist commanded them to fall asleep. However, this "authoritarian" method has since widely been replaced among hypnotherapists by an indirect technique pioneered by the US therapist, Milton Erickson. Today, a hypnotist uses a careful manipulation of the conversation they have with their clients to "lead" them into a trance state. As Stephen Brooks, director of the training group, British Hypnosis Research, explains it, there is none of

1404, 2017

Become an Expert on non verbal communication

When a Patient attempts to give you information he is likely to have thought out very carefully what he wants to say prior to the session. Usually this is based on what he thinks you want to hear. When you meet your Patient there will be certain things that you will want to hear also, however these may not be the same things that the Patient thinks you want to hear. This means that a certain amount of the Patient's information will be contrived. Patients seek help from a therapist because they feel that they cannot help themselves. Yet when they ask for help they have to use the same vocabulary and concepts to describe their problems that have previously not been helpful in solving their problems. This puts Patients at a disadvantage because they can only talk about their problems from their own limited frames of reference. This blog post will teach you how to observe and understand non-verbal communication so that it naturally becomes part of your everyday way of seeing how people interact. It will help you understand someone's motives, beliefs and thoughts as it will allow you to compare what a person is saying verbally with

1304, 2017

How to know when someone is going into hypnosis

Trainee hypnotherapists need to know when someone is going into trance or is already experiencing hypnotic trance, because when people go into hypnosis many changes occur, and the hypnotherapist needs to utilise these changes. These changes should always be noticed instantly by the observant therapist. These changes are called Minimal Cues. These are the identifiers of hypnotic trance. The changes below do not always happen in every hypnotic subject but most will be seen at some time during the trance experience. Eyefixation. One of the main principles of hypnosis is to capture attention. If you are telling a compelling story or are using direct eye contact the subject will often de-focus their gaze and have their eyes fixed on either a random place in the room (maybe visualising the story you are telling) or on your eye contact. In these cases you will often see a lack of blink reflex and open eye catalepsy (inability to blink or close the eyes). Pupil dilation. When the subject's eyes defocus you will see a relaxing of the muscles around the eyes and, depending on the amount of illumination in the room, pupil dilation. Change in blink reflex. Often the subject's blink reflex will