Milton H. Erickson was a very successful hypnotherapist. His permissive approach to the hypnotic state was a testimonial to his insights. This way of conducting hypnotherapy has been called “Ericksonian.” The authors give you loads of scripts and inductions for teaching permissive hypnosis with this book.
This book is great for those who would like to learn more about analytical hypnotherapy. If you are a classical hypnotist who wants to know about this thing called “hypnotherapy” this book is the way to go. Edgar A. Barnett offers a lot of theory, examples and personal experience in the field of hypnotherapy. He … Read more
A good induction of the hypnotic state can help you succeed with your clients. Since people respond differently to different hypnotic techniques, you should be able to induce hypnosis in a wide variety of ways. This book provides you with many other inductions that you can utilize with different clients.
Speaking of stage hypnotism, you cannot avoid mentioning Ormond McGill. This book contains a lot of his experience with techniques of conducting phase hypnotism. It is an encyclopedia since it includes everything you need to know, because of this the book has a lot of pages, but that’s an advantage.
Today’s successful hypnotherapist does more than read standard scripts to clients. Using verbal techniques, the modern hypnotherapist uncovers the client’s key areas and utilizes this information to make the appropriate intervention. Wordweaving provides you with strategies for asking questions to get the answers you need.
This is undoubtedly one of the classical books in hypnosis and hypnotherapy. Dave Elman took hypnosis to a new level with the “Elman induction,” as it’s referred to now. The book contains a lot of methods for inducing the hypnotic state and a lot of Dave Elman’s findings. If you are serious about hypnotherapy, you … Read more
This is the first volume of the classical NLP study of Milton H. Erickson. Bandler & Grinder was determined to model Erickson’s unique way of doing hypnosis, something many people before them had tried. Patterns 1 teaches you the verbal aspect of Erickson’s techniques. Read it if you are interested in Ericksonian hypnosis.