The Brain, the Mind, and the Body in Hypnosis 6. The Gift of Being Responsive to Hypnosis 7. Structuring Suggestions Helpful Hints for Constructing Hypnosis Sessions Strategies of Hypnotic Induction and Deepening Clinical Hypnosis and Managing Pain
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The author is a Hypnotherapist; someone who uses hypnosis in a clinical setting to help people overcome certain issues in life. Such as overcoming an addiction, overcoming an emotion, or allowing themselves a greater outlook on life.
Yapko covers the fundamentals of hypnosis within a clinical setting. What is hypnosis, how to assess your clients, what communication techniques to use, legalities with helping people with pain, and so on.
You can suggest ideas in 3 different ways: Commanding: You will now close your eyes, and go into a deep state of relaxation Suggesting: If you feel like it, you may close your eyes, and you can allow yourself to fall deeper into a relaxation.
Contexts of hypnosis - when is hypnosis generally used, whether on stage, in a clinic, at the hospital, in the battlefield, etc Human suggestibility - there is no correlation between suggestibility and any other quality within people. Conscious and unconscious processing - the conscious mind filters suggestions, while the unconscious mind accepts and acts on the information as is.
Basically control the body that is usually controlled through your subconscious. Self-hypnosis - initiating hypnosis through focused breathing. This is an interesting primer into the world of clinical hypnosis.
Michael D. Yapko