Hypnotherapy with “Hard of Hearing” Clients, What Should You Do If Your Clients Open Their Eyes During a Hypnosis Session, Troubleshooting Hypnotism Sessions, and an Interesting Question about Doing Hypnotic Age Regression
This is the final episode of the Hypnosis, Etc. with Celeste Hackett hypnosis training program. Hypnosis, Etc. will continue but Celeste is just too darn busy with her hypnosis practice and other projects to be able to commit to doing our program. I want to thank her so much for being my partner for the last 60 or so episodes! The show will continue with a new partner (to be on the show next week!). Check back next week to see who will be working with me.
Like the title says, this week we answer a question from a hypnotherapist who is a regular viewer of our program who has some questions about working with a client who is "hard of hearing". There are some things you can do before and during the hypnosis part of the session that can cause these hypnosis sessions to work out very well.
Next, I talk about an excellent way to handle it if your client opens her eyes during the session. Use this technique and your client will close her eyes and go deeper into hypnosis than she was before.
I give you a great tip on how to troubleshoot sessions that are not going well, i.e., when a technique does not work when you think it should. Understanding this hypnotherapeutic approach can fix a lot of your difficult sessions.
Finally, I get to answer a really cool question about doing age regression and how to handle it when your client regresses all the way back to the being in the womb. This leads into an interesting discussion about how hypnotic age regression can be done to get maximum results. I think that some of my comments about this may be controversial! If you are interested in learning about hypnotic age regression, this segment of the our hypnosis training program will be of particular interest.
That is it for this Hypnosis, Etc. training video. I hope everyone who has not yet left a comment for Celeste to say thanks and "good bye", this is your chance.
Check back next week and see who my new co-host is. She is a really great hypnotherapist and I think she is going to add a lot to the program. (Of course, no one could replace Celeste, but my new partner will be great in her own way.)
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