Hypnotherapy is basically any therapy done in conjunction with hypnotic trance. It is often classed as a form of complimentary medicine but is perhaps better viewed as a branch of psychotherapy. When a registered psychotherapist emplace hypnosis alongside others forms of psychotherapy this is technically known as “Hypno-Psychotherapy”. Hypnotherapist tend to use and integrative approach, where may combine programs of direct verbal suggestion or visualization with ‘analytic’ psychotherapy techniques such as age regression.
The experience is different for different people. For most people, hypnosis a pleasant state of deep inner calm and physical relaxation. Deep hypnosis is similar in many ways to the kind of profound trance found in expert Yoga or Meditation practitioners.
Yes, Hypnosis has fascinated psychologists and medical professionals for over a century and has been subject to a great deal of rigorous testing and research. It also has an enviable and long-standing reputation for effectiveness among the general public.
Stage hypnosis is slightly different from hypnotherapy; however, it is real hypnosis and the effects produced are possible for everyone to experience. Some stage hypnotists do good work but other generate misconceptions about the nature of hypnotic trance, which may lead to unfounded fears about hypnosis. In clinical hypnotherapy clients are never asked to do anything embarrassing or against their will.
Absolutely, there are no known records of anyone having been physically harmed as a direct result of hypnosis itself. It is utterly impossible for anyone to get ‘stuck’ in hypnosis.
Some of the main benefits of the hypnotherapy can be classed as follows (there are many more):
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