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Hypnosis, Etc. Podcast #58: Age Regression: A Female Hypnotist: Overcoming a Man’s Profession

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Age Regression: A Female Hypnotist: Overcoming a Man’s Profession

Welcome back to the latest episode of Cal Banyan’s Hypnosis Etc. with Celeste Hackett! We’re covering some pretty interesting stuff this week and we have a special co-host, so be sure to tune in!


This week Celeste fills us in on some tips and tricks from the female perspective.

So, what tips can a female hypnotist use when working with male clients? Celeste works out of her home and takes a number of subtle steps in her practice to make sure she is comfortable in all situations. Whether its following your intuition on a client that doesn’t feel right or keeping a Panic button within arm’s reach, there are things that you can do as a hypnotist to protect yourself and your clients. Also, Celeste share a couple of her past experiences with pillow purging and the instant inductions with male clients.

Celeste and Kelsey also discuss overcoming Kelsey’s hurdle of looking her age (if not younger). It is important that the clients have an accurate perception of who is going to be conducting their session; there is no reason to pretend to be older as long as you have a strong grasp of the material and the techniques. They also cover techniques to make you feel more comfortable as a newcomer to the profession from practicing techniques over and over to how to best use educational materials to build up confidence.

Then we go over this week’s Dumb Hypnotist Trick segment of the program.  This week we cover the importance of professional dress in the office. No matter if your office is in your house or in an office building, clients have an expectation for professionalism and if you fail to meet that expectation right off the bat, your client’s trust could be compromised.

Links to hypnosis resources and sites mentioned in this program (hypnosis podcast).

Please, leave a comment, welcome Celeste back, and let us know what you think of our hypnosis programs. And, we hope you will keep checking back, we publish a new program each week. You can also find us on iTunes!

4 Reader Comments to Hypnosis, Etc. Podcast #58: Age Regression: A Female Hypnotist: Overcoming a Man’s Profession

  1. Lee Loots December 15, 2007 at 12:15 PM

    Celeste and Kelsey, YOU ROCK! : >)

    It goes without saying that whatever Cal puts out is worth listening to. At the same time, it was refreshing to hear two competent and smart women address hypnotherapy issues this time. What a great show! I love Cal’s work, but couldn’t help but notice that I was listening much more INTENTLY than usual this time (and I think that is telling). Celeste, you are an excellent role model for women in this profession. I think your training center will be a hit.

    Clearly, Cal trained both women well. Above and beyond their training, however, Celeste and Kelsey offer something Cal can’t, which is a female perspective on all matters of hypnosis. It’s terrific that Kelsey has a heart for her dad’s profession (what a background she is bringing to her efforts!). That’s why seeing Kelsey appear with Cal will always be a treat. I will add, however, that this time (without Cal), Kelsey seemed much more her own person, and I liked that.

    As the pod cast implied, a female point of view is much needed in the field of hypnosis training. Cal, I thus commend you for recognizing this, and actively supporting this direction. You always seem to be at the forefront of cutting edge issues, which is why your training clearly stands out from the rest. Bravo.

  2. Celeste Hackett December 15, 2007 at 6:19 PM

    You’re makin’ us blush! Thanks Lee! You made my day! I think it was Will Rogers that said I can go a week on a good compliment, with this, Kelsey and I oughtta go a month. Very kind of you to take the time to comment.

    Celeste Hackett, CH

  3. Johnny December 17, 2007 at 10:23 AM

    I have to say that this is one of the funnest episodes I’ve seen! Great work!! Can’t wait to see more!

  4. Jean Wallace-Jones December 14, 2009 at 5:18 AM

    Really enjoyed this one. I do feel the challenges as a woman in this profession and am pleased to get the tips.
    J

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