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Hypnosis Training Video #336: Working with Victims of Sexual Assault & Abuse in a Hypnosis Practice – Part 3

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Working with Victims of Sexual Assault & Abuse in a Hypnosis Practice – Part 3

Happy Hypno-Tuesday! Our series, "Working with Victims of Sexual Assault & Abuse in a Hypnosis Practice" continues today with Part 3 on this episode of Hypnosis Etc. on

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Brenda starts this episode citing the video podcast series that made her fall in love with 5-PATH® — which was the forgiveness series with Meredith Locher. Brenda realized how powerful this form of hypnotherapy is in dealing with victims of sexual abuse. Brenda then goes on to talk about not assuming that the forgiveness process in dealing with the sexual assault should start with the perpetrator. Cal adds his vast experience in this topic to discuss the power of the forgiveness process in 5-PATH® process in general.

Brenda continues the discussion about forgiveness with a question from "Debbie" about how to make clients understand that forgiveness does not mean acceptance of the offense, since most clients associate forgiveness with letting the perpetrator off the hook. Cal discusses what the forgiveness process really means, letting go of the "debt", and how to achieve this process.

Things discussed in today’s video:

The hypnosis training podcasts series that made Brenda fall in love with 5-PATH®.

  • The issues with assuming the forgiveness process should start with the perpetrator
  • Should you look for positives in the acts of the perpetrator
  • Cal Banyan’s article on the 10 Keys for forgiveness

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3 Reader Comments to Hypnosis Training Video #336: Working with Victims of Sexual Assault & Abuse in a Hypnosis Practice – Part 3

  1. Brenda Titus July 9, 2013 at 2:11 PM

    I’m so excited to hear what everyone thinks about our forgiveness episode this week!  I’m very proud of this series and so happy to see some of the feedback that we’ve gotten already!

  2. Carrie February 25, 2014 at 7:04 AM

    Did anyone comment on this yet? I just found this and have been very interested in listening to this series on podcast. A friend who has suffered went through regression therapy and is no better (of course, she couldn’t benefit from professionals like you!) The anger is still there, the depression, suicidal thoughts, etc.

    So, in a case like that, would you suggest she go through it all over again with a better therapist? And, what can I do as the friend to better understand her and support her? I look forward to any advice.

  3. Brenda Titus April 3, 2014 at 7:40 PM

    Hi Carrie, I’m so sorry I didn’t get back to you about your question, I’m afraid I just realized it was here. I’m so glad that you enjoyed the series on working with victims of sexual assault and I hope that it was helpful for you. I’m so sorry to hear that your friend went through hypnotherapy but it didn’t do as much for her as it could have. I’ve done 5path with quite a few clients and it has been very helpful for them- so of course my answer is that it could help your friend if she’s willing to give it another try. There are lots of variables, between techniques used by the hypnotist, their skill set and comfort level, and the client’s readiness. There is hope. As for supporting her, I think you’re doing a great job just based on your questions and your search for help.

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