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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

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.

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

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

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2018-07-28T19:49:32+07:00
Stephen Brooks and the art of Compassionate 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

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

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

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!
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2503, 2017

Stephen Brooks Hypnosis Techniques: Questioning Skills – Taking a Client’s History

Information gathering is an important stage in the therapy session and it is also an ideal time to build rapport and build trust. This Unit will teach you how to approach this. The presenting problem may not be the real problem. Sometimes, when Patients enter therapy, they may be afraid to talk about the problem they are most concerned about. Instead they talk about some other peripheral problem that is affecting their lives because they are too embarrassed to talk about their main problem. Often they dare not risk presenting the problem immediately because they are afraid that if therapy is unsuccessful then all will be lost. Sometimes they may want the therapist to test his skills on a less important problem to check out the therapist's ability to help or to see if they, as a Patient, can respond to treatment. Whilst successful treatment of a peripheral problem is a good way of ratifying the therapist's skills before the serious work begins, the withholding of information by the Patient puts the therapist at a disadvantage. Problems rarely exist in isolation and, where more than one problem exists, they are usually associated with each other in some way. It is important

1002, 2017

Amnesia

This is a video lecture from the BHRTI online course. The online course runs for one year and is available for free to all students undertaking our August Summer School. For students wishing to take the online course as a distance learning course it is available to purchase here.

502, 2017

How post hypnotic suggestions work in therapy

Some people have been asking me about how post-hypnotic suggestions work and how to use them etc. So here is my experience gathered over the years… Post hypnotic suggestions are given to the Patient while they are in trance and suggest that an outcome or new behaviour will occur post- hypnotically after trance is over. This is done so that the Patient receives benefit after the session and/or between each therapy session. While some changes occur during therapy sessions most therapeutic changes, or at least the benefits of changes, occur after or between sessions. As most therapeutic suggestions are geared towards positive changes in the future, most of our suggestions can be classed as post-hypnotic. Post-hypnotic Triggers Post hypnotic suggestions usually require a trigger to set off the outcome or new behaviour. The trigger is usually something that happens anyway as part of the Patient’s everyday life and the Therapist should aim to have post-hypnotic suggestions triggered by expected occurrences such as a time, an event, or expected daily/weekly routines etc. as this way the Patient will be less aware of the trigger.The trigger can even be one of the steps that currently trigger the patient’s problem, like the act