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Clinical Hypnosis is not Hypnotherapy

When our health is threatened, we take extreme measures to protect and restore it. Staying alive, after all, is necessary to anything else. For this reason, when sick or injured we are vulnerable to deception and self-serving by those claiming to restore us to wellness. To the extent that wellness exists in the body, the… Continue reading Clinical Hypnosis is not Hypnotherapy

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Why Hypnotherapy – 2 of 2

Our previous post described the general pattern of hypnotherapy. You might expect that hypnotherapy can be faster than talk therapy practiced by psychologists, and you’d be right. That said, talk therapy is necessary when the undesired behavior results from a chemical imbalance in the brain or deeply painful personal history. In that case, the ethical… Continue reading Why Hypnotherapy – 2 of 2