Everybody who works within a therapeutic setting must adhere to a code of ethics and ethical behaviour if they want to ensure success. Disregarding this advice means pretty much guarantees that, at some point, a therapist will find themselves in the middle of some uncomfortable litigation procedure. It is not difficult to get it right. […]
Category: Hypnotherapy Practitioners
Being a Hypnotherapist is RewardingPosted on
What does it actually feels like to work as a hypnotherapist? Well, when it comes to job reward and satisfaction it has no equal, as far as I’m concerned. Whether you are simply helping an 80 a day smoker to quit smoking overnight, releasing somebody from a phobia or a fear that has been controlling […]
Continued Learning is the KeyPosted on
Continued learning is very important. Whether it’s a book, a DVD, or a seminar, I continue to learn and read about hypnosis practices as part of my continued professional development. There’s always a new perspective or way of looking at things.
Dealing with Distractions During HypnotherapyPosted on
Distractions in hypnotherapy are common. Sometimes in one-on-one hypnotherapy sessions with my clients we can hear the traffic outside a bit. I know it may sound silly, but you can turn those distractions into calming sounds