Therapy + Hypnosis (a wonderful combination)

To be clear, a hypnotist does not offer advice or use any type of therapeutic tools, except HYPNOSIS. The sessions include forming goals, explaining the process and conducting  personalized hypnosis sessions. The results can be amazing.

If, however, a counselor or psychotherapist is a also a trained hypnotist, a client will receive the benefits of a variety of professional tools within each session. Traditional talk therapy may help a client for a while. If  progress is halted or blocked and the therapist is a certified hypnotist, the process of hypnosis can be included in sessions to support goals of behavior changes in appropriate situations. Traditional talk therapy does not interfere with the process of hypnosis at all. As a matter of fact, the two can be combined for remarkable results.

The three day intensive hypnosis course taught at Quiet Time Hypnosis often appeals to therapists, counselors, and social workers. Hypnosis can help support goals of change through the subconscious mind and can be useful in all therapeutic situations.

If you are seeking a therapist who is also a certified hypnotist, please leave a comment.

Depending on your location, Patti may be able to help you.

If you’re a therapist, and you’re ready to add the process of hypnosis to your resume, look on the ‘Get Certified’ link  for curriculum details and training dates.


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