The reader will experience the artful application of hypnoanalysis through case study. They explain the risks and show the reader how to affectively use Hypnotic Regression Therapy each step of the way, explaining in an easily understandable format how to safely conduct this therapy. It also provides enough information to the reader to enable him to avoid many pitfalls including creating false memories. A basic theme for hypnoanalysis is that the client knows what they need, but need coaching to find it and correct it. Demonstrate one hypnotic induction technique with deepening procedures; 8. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and Board Certified in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with the American Board of Professional Psychology. If you are an experienced regression therapist wondering whether to read this book, do so as it has the potential to open up your perspectives and teach you plenty more.
Having trained in client centred therapy, I was curious to see how regression would fit with this model. I recommend this book to all serious students and practitioners of Hypnotic Regression Therapy, and I wish it had been available earlier on in my career as a hypnosis professional. Maybe it is a little of both, but what is important is that the art they relate to is that of treating the client in a unique and individualised way, forming, shaping and moulding through the therapy a change that will last. Neither topic is allowed to overwhelm the book. I have seen many trainings advocate the use of scripts as the be-all and end-all of hypnotherapy, which is a saddening position, as really engaging with the client and the power of their unconscious goes so much further, into an entirely different world of possibilities. Repeated demonstrations - as time permits. The authors also delve into the controversial area of past life regression within the clinical context of hypnoanalysis but also with cautions and thoughtful discourse yielding an invitation to open the traditional play book to new boundaries.
In spite of the controversies, hypnotherapists successfully use regression therapy to discover the core causes of a number of problems and help clients release their emotional attachments to those causes. The reader will learn how to avoid inappropriate leading, so as to remove the risk of implanting false memories. This volume removes the fear of the dangers of mishandled hypnotic regression by presenting an organized , client-centered approach. The expertise of the two authors removes the fear of the dangers of mishandled hypnotic regression. The authors of this useful and valuable book explain clearly the benefits of the technique and give many practical examples of its application.
The authors have made it easy to understand by all practitioners of hypnotherapy regardless of the level of their experience and knowledge. They give several examples of things to say to facilitate release. Remember, the client knows best! Would a therapist really ask those?! Luckily a new champion is at hand as Roy Hunter and Bruce Eimer have written an elegant volume, breaking down and laying bare its mysteries in a clear and insightful way. This volume removes the fear of the dangers of mishandled hypnotic regression by presenting an organised, client-centered approach. If you are a therapist reluctant to use regression then read this book as it will encourage you to confidently return to a powerful and misunderstood technique. I applaud this and am overjoyed that this has been included.
Sound descriptions on various regression techniques as well as hypnotic induction methods are described and attributed and these will serve new hypnotherapists well. It takes experience however to adopt this position, so to have Roy share this is a rare reward. Rather both topics are relegated to the list of issues with which patients will present. There opens out of this antechamber another smaller room, a sort of parlour which consciousness occupies. Combining a sound grasp of theoretical issues with a sharp focus on application the authors respond to concerns about this technique and demonstrate how it can be used safely to unpick and resolve deeply embedded psychological trauma that is beyond the reach of traditional therapy approaches. Hypnotic Regression Therapy is one of the most valuable hypnotherapy techniques available to us to bypass that watchman and help clients to discover and release the causes of their problems and symptoms. It is a book that I recommend to the reader both therapist and client to extend their knowledge on the benefits of this therapy.
Additional background information is included that forms a foundation for client-centered hypnotherapy, with specific objectives to accomplish that increase and the likelihood of lasting results. Recognize abreactions and describe how to use hypnotic techniques to facilitate the client's ability to release negative emotions surrounding a past event and to reframe the meaning of the event; 12. The Art of Hypnotic Regression Therapy: A Clinical Guide C. He was awarded a PhD from Alpha University and California University with a major in clinical hypnotherapy. Roy Hunter, Ms, Cht, teaches professional hypnosis and advanced techniques for professionals and teaches self hypnosis to groups and clients for personal or professional motivation.
Practice a regression technique in dyads; 14. There is also a chapter on the controversial topic of past life regressions, with potential explanations and ethical considerations. This book addresses the dangers of mishandled hypnotic regression by presenting an organised, clientcentred approach. Explain how the techniques and safeguards built into diversified client centered hypnosis insure that the material uncovered comes from the client and not from the therapist. It offers guidance for a therapy that has been mired with a calamitous past. The subject of the book, Regression Therapy, could leave the reader thinking that this is all the book is about, but there is so much more.
Paperback: 222 pages Language: English. As someone who has worked in the field of hypnotic regression therapy for many years and seen the often wonderful results it can produce, I wholeheartedly recommend this book to all professionals, whether newly qualified or experienced. The authors have written a modern classic in the use of hypnotic regression work that covers many current approaches, while focusing primarily on a client centred methodology which has proven successful in countless hypnosis sessions for a wide range of issues. I would definitely recommend this book and feel it deserves a place on the reading list of hypnotherapy students. Once again, the book does not leave this important area unanswered and provides us with yet more reason for its publication. The authors emphasize the importance of avoiding inappropriate leading and how to explain the risk of false memories to clients. The authors assert through their message that what is actually more important is that the reader is informed of the different points of view on the subject and thus advocate that a knowledgeable therapist is what we should be.