☀️ SUMMER SALE on Hypnotherapy eCourses – SAVE up to 95%

Are you looking for something new to learn through the summer?

Here, you can save up to 95% on these 16 courses of mine (further details below – all courses $9.99 USD/£9.99 GBP or equivalent Udemy currency conversion and taxes) which I have developed to help people to learn hypnosis and hypnotherapy and develop your skills and abilities as a therapeutic practitioner. You can click the links below to be taken straight to the individual courses on Udemy with discounts applied, or read down the page for course descriptions. You can also bookmark this email if you would like to follow the links and benefit from the discounts at some time in the future:

Have you ever wanted to be able to hypnotise anyone? Would you like to know how to do hypnosis without needing hypnosis scripts? Are you new to hypnosis, perhaps with no experience and wondering where to start? If you answer yes to any of these questions then this introduction to hypnosis course may well be for you. Building on my free Learn Hypnosis in an Hour course How to do Hypnosis teaches you what you need to know to be able to hypnotise anyone without the need for hypnosis scripts, this course is the next step up from my ‘Learn Hypnosis In An Hour course giving more detail and focusing more on developing your ability to do unscripted hypnosis. Access The Course Here Saving 85%

The How to do Rapid Hypnotic Inductions course will teach you twenty hypnotic inductions (twelve rapid hypnotic inductions which can all be used to hypnotise people in under 60 seconds plus an additional eight hypnotic inductions which take anywhere from a few seconds to a couple of minutes to induce hypnosis). Learn how the inductions are done and the principles behind them. Learn about attention, confusion, and interrupting patterns. Learn about confidence, and the role that context plays to make the inductions more effective. Access The Course Here Saving 93%

The How to Write Hypnotherapy Scripts course teaches you how to write your own hypnotherapy scripts. The course is structured to give you the information you need to definitely know before you start writing scripts first, then the information about how to write and structure your scripts. Following this you will learn about gathering relevant client information. Then there is a section of hypnotherapy scripts samples to help give you ideas and more examples of hypnotherapy scripts, including a script which was written for a genuine client. Access The Course Here Saving 93%

The Self Hypnosis for Personal Development course is about how self hypnosis can be used to help with personal development and for overcoming problems. This course is also about how self hypnosis can be useful for clients in counselling or therapy. This course covers: What self hypnosis is, Uses of self hypnosis, How to make your own audio tracks, How self hypnosis can be integrated into counselling and therapy, Therapeutic techniques, Structured inductions, How to develop your own inductions, How to re-induce hypnosis and set up self hypnosis triggers. This course is also ideal for those new to doing hypnosis who would like some structured hypnotic inductions they can do with clients. Access The Course Here Saving 93%

The Conversational Hypnotherapy course isn’t the same as many courses on conversational hypnosis. My view is that many courses over-complicate how to do conversational hypnosis. This course helps you get a good grounding to build on by learning what hypnosis is, what trance is, the main theories about what hypnosis is and a brief history about hypnosis, and the different ways trance and hypnosis get induced. The course includes a number of hypnosis demonstrations. Access The Course Here Saving 95%

The Ericksonian Hypnotherapy course teaches you about the history of hypnosis, through to the work of Milton H Erickson and how to do Ericksonian Hypnotherapy. By the end you will know how to do hypnotherapy without the need for structured hypnotic inductions, without the need for hypnotherapy scripts, and without the need to just do ‘suggestion therapy’ hypnotherapy. You will know how to work with clients as unique, individual human being, and tailor what you do to each person as an individual. Access The Course Here Saving 95%

The Self Publishing Made Easy course is great for hypnotherapists and coaches looking to generate additional income by writing books and ebooks. The course teaches you how to find a niche market to write about, and how to judge the popularity of that niche, what research to carry out before writing your book, how to create and layout your manuscripts for print and ebook publishing, how to publish print-on-demand books with Lulu Publishing, how to publish print-on-demand books with Amazon’s CreateSpace publishing platform, the benefits and disadvantages between Lulu Publishing and CreateSpace, how to publish Kindle ebooks with Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing platform, how to market your book, and ways to increase book sales, and more. Access The Course Here Saving 95%

The Solution Focused Therapy course teaches you about the history of solution focused therapy, I then start with the big picture and hone in on the specifics. So you will learn why solution focused therapy is useful, what the benefits are of using a solution focused approach, and the therapeutic direction of using a solution focused approach. I will also share my views about doing solution focused therapy, based on over 20 years of working with a wide range of people using this approach. My opinion differs from many other solution focused practitioners and trainers around some areas due to my knowledge of the work of Milton Erickson and my experiences with hypnosis. I then share various techniques and talk about pre-session change as something to kick-start success and empowerment right from the first session, and the power of scaling, I also talk about best hopes, which is about establishing what the client wants from therapy, and exceptions, which are those times when the clients problem didn’t exist but they would have expected it to exist, or when it did happen, yet they would have expected it not to happen, and when it just doesn’t happen. Exceptions are where solutions and insights to the clients problem, and the pattern of the problem can be found. Access The Course Here Saving 85%

The Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation course teaches you what mindfulness meditation is and how it works, how to prepare to experience mindfulness meditation and what the benefits of mindfulness meditation are to your health, wellbeing and success. The course also includes four guided mindfulness meditations: Re-centring Mindfulness Meditation, Body Awareness Mindfulness Meditation, Multi-Sensory Moment Mindfulness Meditation, Master Your Awareness Mindfulness Meditation. Access The Course Here Saving 85%

The Introduction to Effective Parenting of Children and Teens course teaches you parenting styles and skills. If you work with families, children, or within parenting support services, or you have an interest in understanding parenting styles and what works when parenting children and teens, then this course is likely to be helpful to you. This course is based on two decades of experience I have had working with children and teens with challenging behaviour, ADHD, and Autism including helping to set up a therapeutic children’s home and carrying out parenting research with a Youth Offending Service around reducing youth crime and antisocial behaviour by teaching parents the skills and knowledge taught in this course to help them change how they parent, and working with parents and families through one-to-one support and group work. I also have Autism myself, which has helped give me a different perspective and a deeper understanding of those I have worked with. This course teaches what is known about effective parenting. I have taught everything in this course to parents, and to professionals who work with families. This course teaches what is felt to be the best approaches to effective parenting. What is taught here works with children and teens from those who behave well, to those who display violence and aggression, those with ADHD, and those on the autistic spectrum. Access The Course Here Saving 85%

The Smoking Cessation course teaches you what information to have on your referral form, how to decide what to charge and different ideas around payment plans, insurance and data protection (based on UK laws and rules), what you need to consider around whether to set up offering single session treatments, multiple sessions, or group work – either a course of group sessions, or a single day course, what information you need from a client before you decide whether to work with them, how to increase the effectiveness of your coaching by setting tasks for the client before they come for their first session, evidence-based approaches to helping people quit smoking, a selection of additional techniques which can be used to help smoker’s to quit smoking, a brief overview of the four main therapeutic approaches to helping people beat addictions – motivational interviewing, solution focused therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, and hypnosis and the structure of what needs to be covered to best help someone quit. The course is structured chronologically so that you can imagine how the process would unfold, from what you need to consider before you see a client, to having first contact with the client, and what you expect of them prior to the first session, then through evidence-based practice around helping people achieve success with quitting smoking, and on to introducing different therapeutic approaches which are helpful to use when working with smokers, before covering the information you will need to address with clients to give yourself the best chance of helping them achieve lasting success, and finally additional techniques you can use with clients to help them stop smoking. Access The Course Here Saving 95%

The Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course is a comprehensive introduction to the topic of CBT. It teaches CBT therapy skills which can help to treat anxiety and depression and a variety of other problems presented in counselling and psychotherapy like anger, addiction, self-esteem and confidence. This course is ideal for counsellors, NLP practitioners, hypnotherapists and life coaches who want to add CBT to their toolbox of skills and techniques and for those who would like to use these skills for self-help. The course includes an 80 page downloadable PDF workbook of the slides and space for taking notes on the lectures, a downloadable PDF supporting materials document which contains blank copies of all of the various documents covered throughout this course. This CBT course covers how to use cognitive behavioural therapy to treat anxiety, depression, addictions, low confidence and self-esteem, anger and sleep difficulties. Through this CBT course you will learn what CBT is, what the benefits are of doing CBT, the principles of CBT, how to identify problems and find solutions, how to identify the key thoughts, feelings, beliefs and behaviours to work on, how to tackle faulty thinking styles, how to challenge unhelpful beliefs and create helpful beliefs, how clients use metaphor and how to use metaphors therapeutically and relaxation and mindfulness skills. Access The Course Here Saving 95%

How To Tell Stories That Heal teaches you how to tell therapeutic stories. Most people don’t notice how prevalent metaphor use is when we communicate. In therapy clients will be communicating in metaphors to the therapist. These metaphors and other information the client shares can be used to develop healing stories which can be told to the client to help them move forward and overcome their problems. In this course you will learn how to identify metaphors, patterns and content that clients share, how to use this information to create therapeutic stories and metaphors and my process for presenting stories and metaphors to clients that I find most effective. I also include a free copy of my Hypnotherapy Training Tool (RRP £49.99 GBP) which you can download and use to practice creating therapeutic stories for clients with various problems and a video of a live client session taken from a training course where I demonstrate gathering information, finding metaphors and content for my story before presenting my therapeutic story as the sole therapeutic intervention with this client. The demonstration includes the clients reaction which shows the impact this one story had on them when created and delivered using the approach outlined in this course. Access The Course Here Saving 89%

Treating PTSD, Trauma and Phobias With The Rewind Technique. In this course you will learn how to treat phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder and the trauma underlying many problems (like depression, anxiety and addictions) often in a single session using the power of the rewind technique. The rewind technique is a fast, effective process for neutralising phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder and trauma rapidly. It is a technique which I feel should be in the toolbox of all psychological therapists and coaches. To aid your learning there are additional notes and I have included 12 of my self-hypnosis PTSD and phobia treatment mp3’s that you can use yourself or listen to as examples of using the rewind technique to treat different phobias and PTSD. Access The Course Here Saving 93%

Understanding and Treating Depression is a course for counsellors, hypnotherapists, and other professionals working with clients who may have depression. The course can also be taken by those interested in gaining a greater understanding about depression for personal development or learning. This course contains a 54-page PDF of extensive course notes and a document listing recommended reading and links to articles to supplement the information covered. On this course you will learn: what depression is and the symptoms of depression, what causes and maintains depression and how to treat depression. Access The Course Here Saving 93%

In this Understanding and Working With Autistic Client’s in Therapy course I share the different challenges and traits autistic people have and how these can manifest and impact on the problem the client is presenting with, how they can manifest and impact on the therapy and how you can work with the client and present your therapy to get the best results. You will also have an idea of the kinds of things which clients may say and do that could lead to you as a therapist to feel that the client could be autistic. This isn’t a course teaching you how to do therapy or coaching, the expectation is that you are already trained to do therapy or coaching if you are working as a therapist or coach. This course teaches you about the traits, challenges and strengths of autistic clients and how the client being autistic can impact on their life and on how they respond in therapy to give you ideas about understanding autistic clients better and have ideas and insights for how you can best help them. The course doesn’t teach you how to ‘treat’ autism as autism isn’t something you can cure. Autistic people are born autistic and can’t be ‘cured’ of autism, but I am open about my own personal experiences within the course and share my own examples and examples of experiences of people I have worked with to illustrate what behaviours others might see and what is going on for the autistic person in that moment, and what things can help the autistic person, like what skills they might need to be taught to reduce the impact of certain challenges the client may have on the presenting problem. Access The Course Here Saving 89%

All the best

Dan

I try to be very active in all of my training courses to help students with any questions they may have to get the most out of the training, and I try to respond within 24 hours to questions.

Develop Skills Like Jedi From Star Wars

Did you know, I have created four hours of training for the Church of Jediism? (3 hours 40 minutes of training across 18 episodes and a 22 minute bonus video (below) about how to connect with and use the force).

Back in 2017 I was asked by Daniel Jones (not myself!) the founder of the Church of Jediism and author of Become The Force whether I would like to make some training courses for the Church. I wasn’t going to pass up the opportunity to teach others some of the Jedi knowledge I have, teaching my knowledge to those interested in learning is something I like doing. I was asked to make a 6-part course that was about an hour long. I was asked to make a Jedi Communication course. I did this, but quickly felt that more was needed. I felt that the communication had to go with good awareness skills, so I created this course, and felt that all of this had to be on a foundation of living a life from a more Jediist perspective, so I made a third course.

All of these three courses were compiled into a single 18-episode package available from the Church of Jediism. Following creating this package of Jedi training I was offered the opportunity to talk and demonstrate on a panel at MCM Comic-Con in London. Being autistic, this was terrifying, it was VERY busy. Then a month or two later I was asked to talk and demonstrate on a panel at the YouTube Space in London.

I was asked to create some training teaching how to develop skills that Jedi’s display in Star Wars (like the type of skills used by Obi Wan when he says “These aren’t the droids you are looking for”) and increased Jedi awareness training (like when Obi Wan has “a bad feeling about this” and their increased reaction times), and to increase your perception and understanding of the world around you, and a Jedi life balance training, so that you can lead a balanced, harmonious Jedi-like lifestyle.

You can access my training courses here and learn more about them below (at the very bottom is a video guiding you through a process of connecting with and using the force…

Each module consists of six episodes. Below is an overview of some of what you will learn on this training.

Jediist Communication Skills: 
(Episode are: The Power of Breathing, Communicating Hidden Messages, The Power of Implication, The Power of Vague Language and Metaphors, The Nature of Reality, Healing Communication)
  • Learn how to implant thoughts into the minds of others
  • How to communicate with the non-conscious part of people
  • Understand how people form the reality they live in and,
  • How you can influence and change this reality
  • Discover how to communicate in a way that can heal people by understanding about universal consciousness which permeates all things.
Jediist Awareness Training:
(Episodes are: Opening Up Your Awareness, Developing Visual Acuity, Developing Auditory Acuity, Developing Kinaesthetic Acuity, Noticing Patterns, Expanded Awareness Meditation)
  • Learn how to increase your awareness so that you can see, hear and feel more in the world around you and recognise sensory information which previously went unnoticed
  • Discover the world of patterns of communication which gives you the ability to know more about what is going on inside people’s minds than they realise they are revealing
  • Embed and enhance these new learnings with an opening your awareness guided meditation
Jediist Life Balance Training: 
(Episodes are: Balanced Living, Mindful Living, Everything Happens for a Reason, Humility Gratitude and Acceptance, Innate Emotional Needs)
  • Learn how to live in harmony with the world around you
  • Learn how to increase your wellbeing and life satisfaction through mindful living
  • Learn about the power of forgiveness and compassion
  • Learn how accepting that everything happens for a reason can reduce stress and help you to find your path and understand your own personal story
  • Learn about the importance of leading a life of humility, gratitude and acceptance
  • Discover how getting your innate emotional needs met in healthy ways can lead to life balance and wellbeing

If you are interested in this online training you can visit the Church of Jediism website to sign up for it. This is the only place this training of mine is available and to my knowledge this is the only training like this available anywhere.

Help With Anxiety

Anxiety is the natural survival response to run or fight being triggered at the wrong time. This response is designed to help you but in modern times this is often triggered by events from job interviews to social situations etc…

Anxiety and panic attacks are caused by a misuse of the imagination. For example worrying about an upcoming presentation you will be giving. Each time you imagine how bad it will go you create a template that your mind follows that tells it how it should feel about that event. Because you have the ability to use your imagination well enough to affect you, this means if you imagine it going well and look forward to it then that is the template that you lay down. This works by really building up the experience vividly in your mind getting pleasant, desirable feelings linked to the event.

When you have panic attacks or get anxious it shuts down the digestive system and all non-essential systems. It prepares your body to fight, run or freeze (playing dead). These responses could save your life in the appropriate situations. Even if it feels like you are going to die, you won’t. The feelings are because of the digestive system shutting down and because of the adrenaline released into the body. Most people say it feels like butterflies in their stomach, or a churning sensation.

Some people believe they will collapse or faint. Even if you do pass out your breathing will go back to normal and you will come round again. If you have a panic attack, rate the anxiety on a scale out of 10 and you can keep track of how quickly it is going. The chemicals released into the body that cause the feelings of anxiety leave the body after only a short while.

Whenever you are feeling stressed or anxious or just want to relax you can try 7 – 11 breathing.

Breathing in to the count of 7 then out to the count of 11.

You can learn the AWARE technique. Whenever you get anxious or have a panic attack you can remember AWARE:

A = Accept the anxiety, don’t fight it

W= Watch your anxiety, rate it from 1-10 and watch as that rating changes

A = Act with the anxiety, behave normally & do what you intended to do, breathe normally or do 7-11 breathing

R = Repeat all of the above steps until it goes down to an comfortable level

E = Expect the best, what you fear most normally never happens, mentally rehearse experiences where you thought you might have felt anxious in the past but surprise yourself when you don’t.

You can also do some mental rehearsal or guided imagery.

For Example:

‘Close your eyes, relax, vividly imagine watching yourself remaining calm whilst doing something in the future you would usually have found caused anxiety. Then imagine seeing yourself in that scene and notice how pleasant it feels to have this different response. Then once you have practised seeing yourself remaining calm and responding as you would like, you can imagine stepping into the scene and experiencing it in this new way as if you are really there, seeing what you would see, hearing what you would hear, and feeling the new calm or appropriate feelings. Then rehearse this regularly.’

During a panic attack if you take control of your breathing this will help you take control of the panic, if you feel it coming you could chew some gum or eat a small amount of food because you can’t be anxious fully at the same time as having your digestive system working.

You can practice sitting down and relaxing and then anchor that relaxation response. This response can then be fired off when you are in a situation that may make you feel anxious. You can practice this anchoring and firing the relaxation response, imagining being in situations that would normally cause anxiety and using the anchor to relax. The more you practice this the stronger the response will be.

Below are two tracks for improving well-being and reducing anxiety and depression. They can be played on the site or downloaded (small writing under the track with a link saying ‘download mp3’).

There is also a comments section below where you can leave comments or questions. And if you know anyone that this article would benefit feel free to share it with them.

There are some other useful places with information about tackling anxiety for example Genius Awakening has Five Ways To Quiet The Mind When You Feel Intense Anxiety, and you can find information about Generalised Anxiety Disorder here

Free Self Help Wellbeing Tracks – Use Both Tracks, They Are Interactive So To get The Most From These Tracks Follow The Instructions And Carryout The Tasks

Track One

Track Two

Help With Sleep

Sleep is fundamental to survival. Proper sleep boosts the immune system, refreshes and revitalises you for the following day. When you go into dream sleep the brain closes off all unfinished emotionally aroused patterns from throughout that day. Some people may think that they never dream or that they never sleep but all those people do sleep and dream. Sleeping and dreaming is so fundamental to life that without it people would die. On average people nowadays sleep for about 20% less time each night than people did a hundred years ago. This reduction in sleep has a dramatic effect on health. Sleep deprivation causes many accidents and increases the risk of psychiatric problems. Without sleep people find it increasingly difficult to function correctly, they have poorer memory and co-ordination skills etc…

Insomnia is probably the most common sleep disorder. It is often caused by excessive worrying. This can make it difficult to relax and fall asleep. It also makes you dream too much which then makes you wake up tired (see depression section). Stopping worrying during the day will help to lift the insomnia. It will also help to stop nightmares (it also will help if you reduce anxiety-see anxiety section). Many sleep problems from night terrors (which occur in non-dream sleep and the sufferer awakens with no memory of the incident) to nightmares (bad dreams).

To help improve sleep it is advisable to make sure that you don’t have a clock near the bed that you can see as seeing how long you are awake for can lead to worrying about it which then makes it harder to sleep. To help you to relax and sleep at night you could purchase a relaxation CD to focus on as you go to sleep or you can learn to relax. To relax you could learn to tense and relax your muscle groups from head to feet in time with your breathing. Tensing up as you breathe in to the count of 7 then letting the muscles relax as you breathe out to the count of 11. Then pausing briefly to get a sense of that relaxation and beginning to get an idea of a pleasant ‘special place’ (don’t think of it as a ‘special place’ if this wording is wrong for you, find something that is right for you) forming in your mind that can become like a brief waiting room before you pass into sleep. After pausing you can then move onto the next muscle group (the neck for example) again breathing in to the count of 7 as you tense then out to the count of 11 as you relax, then pausing again. Doing this each night will retrain your brain to relax when it is time to go to sleep at night. Currently your brain will have been expecting the night to involve worrying or distracting thoughts etc… Some people may find that within a night or two of doing this they are sleeping properly others may take a week or a little longer before they regularly sleep well throughout the night.

Some tips to have the best chance of rapidly sleeping well; if you find you are in bed for a while and still not asleep then get up and go to a dark, cool room and sit there for 30 minutes. Always wake up early (don’t lie in). If possible don’t do shift work. Don’t watch TV or use a computer within an hour of going to bed. Don’t eat or drink too much within 2 hours of going to bed. Avoid alcohol, cigarettes and other substances within 3 hours of going to bed. Avoid going to bed drunk. Have a hot bath 30 minutes before going to bed. Don’t exercise within 2 hours of going to bed. Another idea is attempt to stay awake for an hour longer than the time you would’ve normally ended up falling asleep. Many sleep problems are due to excessive worry or excessive emotional arousal. Learning to relax and be calm will help improve the quality and quantity of sleep you get. You can also write down everything that is on your mind before you fall asleep.

Drinking alcohol or taking sleeping pills to help sleep is generally not advisable because these disrupt sleep patterns, but if prescribed you should follow what your Doctor advises or seek further medical advice. They may help someone get to sleep quicker but they disrupt sleep that goes on a few hours later. This disruption upsets the balance of rapid eye movement sleep and deep slow wave sleep. Due to receiving less rapid eye movement sleep you don’t close off all of the emotional arousing patterns from the day before so you get a build-up of open patterns requiring more R.E.M sleep the next night and then more the night after that etc… This can make people feel worse during the day and be more prone to anxiety problems as the brain is already overloaded with emotional arousal. They are likely to also get very emotional very quickly at almost nothing and not know why. Deep sleep is required for healing. So with reduced deep sleep they don’t do the required amount of healing on their body that they need to be doing. The deep sleep is involved in keeping the immune system charged up and in growth so both of these areas will also be affected so people may fall ill more frequently due to lowered resistance to illnesses.

Below is a self help track to help you fall asleep and get improved nights sleep that can be played on this site or downloaded, there is also a comments section where you can share your experiences, comments and progress. If you know anyone else that would benefit from this article or self help track please share this article with them.

Track One

Quit Smoking in Under 10 Minutes

A process to help you quit smoking. This quit smoking process is interactive. The audio of this video can be found on Amazon MP3 Downloads, iTunes and other Music Downloads sites as ‘Quit Smoking Process’, as can a range of other self help, training and relaxation Mp3’s.

This process is a rapid process to help you to quit smoking, it is less than ten minutes long and for many people just listening to this once for less than ten minutes will be enough to help you stop smoking. For others because it is interactive they may need to listen a few times to get an idea of the process they are following before successfully quitting smoking. And some people may benefit from listening a few times to quit smoking, and may need to listen a few times in the future.

People often have relapses, this is normal and OK, the important thing is how do you respond to relapses. If it is to instantly think ‘that’s it, I am a smoker again now’ then you will probably go back to smoking rather than seeing it as an isolated incident. It is normal that life throws you into situations where you respond with an old pattern that you had spent years using, rather than responding with the new pattern you now have. When this happens it is best to chalk it up as a one-off incident and start the next day a non-smoker again, and look at what led to that one-off situation, whether it was unusually stressful, an unexpected event that you hadn’t previously planned for, or some other reason. Once you identify this you can think about what you will do in the future differently if that type of event happens again to ensure you respond in a new way that helps you remain a non-smoker, rather than drifting back to responding in the old way.

Please share your comments and experiences below, it is always nice to get feedback on when you quit smoking and how long you have been a non-smoker for, and how you moved passed any blips or bumps in the road to continue as a non-smoker. Please share you story below, and share this page with others that also may be interested in quitting smoking.

Transform the Lives of Those With PTSD, Trauma & Phobias

One of the main issues client’s present with are phobias and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Even clients who present with other conditions frequently have PTSD underlying the condition making it much more difficult to treat. Many clients who present with anxiety, anger, depression, self-esteem and confidence issues and some relationship issues often have some traumatic experience, or a series of traumatic experiences at the heart of the problem and without tackling this root cause the presenting problem can seem to stubbornly hang around. Often the presenting problem is the client’s own unconsciously attempted solution to the real problem.

You can learn to treat phobias, trauma and PTSD here for just $14.99 USD (usual RRP $149.99) in my new Treating PTSD, Trauma and Phobias With The Rewind Technique eCourse.

I remember working with a client who used to have angry outbursts at their husband. She didn’t know why she got so angry with him and did domestic abuse towards him. During our first session she revealed that as a teen she had been raped. She thought she had moved on from it, she could talk about it fine, she was aware that it was part of her history, but because she felt like she had moved on she hadn’t made the connection with her current situation. What led us to discover the connection was analysing what it was in the relationship which made her angry. It was specific tones of voice, specific ways she was touched and specific words and phrases. All of these were aspects of the traumatic experience from when she was a teenager. Once we de-traumatised the rape incident her anger stopped. The anger was a solution, it was protecting her on a primal level from being raped. If anything which pattern matched to that incident occurred it made her become angry so that she would fight to prevent coming to harm, even though now there was no harm going to happen, it was just her husband who she loved being loving.

It is very common for people with phobias – most commonly of spiders, flying (especially when someone is about to go on holiday), and dentists, to come for psychological therapy, but many therapists don’t recognise the traumatic roots of other stuck clients problems.

There is a fast and effective way of treating phobias trauma and PTSD and that is to use the Rewind Technique (you can access my Treating PTSD, Trauma & Phobias With The Rewind Technique course for just $14.99 USD (or equivalent price in other currencies plus any taxes) here – Usual RRP $149.99 USD).

The Rewind Technique is a rapid way of breaking the trauma pattern relinquishing its hold over the client. It is common for the Rewind Technique to work in 1-3 sessions. When treating phobias this means someone who perhaps has restricted an aspect of their life for years – like has always wanted to holiday abroad but has never been able to fly, or may have missed opportunities for this reason, or may have poor dental hygiene due to a fear of dentists, or may have restricted their life due to being scared to leave their own home – can suddenly experience freedom in as little as a single session, like the elderly lady I helped who had been involved in three accidents on the road and when out walking and had developed a fear of leaving her home. She hadn’t left her home for over thirty years and yet within 30 minutes we were both sat on the beach eating ice-cream discussing how life will be different now she can leave her home. This 30 minutes was life-changing for her. All I did was use the Rewind Technique with her, which you can learn to do here.

Some people have problems which seem quite complex, like a teen I worked with who had about 20 phobias, had anger problems at home, at school and when out with friends, had been seen by a psychiatrist for many years without any improvement in his behaviour, anger and anxiety or phobias and whose education was suffering due to poor behaviour and lack of attendance at school. In a single conversation with his mother I worked out that all of his issues stemmed from one school experience, I met with her son for less than 30 minutes, used the Rewind Technique on the incident from when he was in primary school and all of his phobias went away, his anxiety and anger problems went away, his school attendance improved, he became a happier and calmer teen and started doing well. This was a transformative moment for that teen and his mother and all it took was a single session with the Rewind Technique – which you can learn here for $14.99 USD.

An advantage of the Rewind Technique is that you don’t have to know any details. As long as the client knows what they are working on you don’t need to know. You can have a codeword so that you can say something and they will understand what you are referring to, but you don’t need to know what you are referring to. For example, I have worked a lot with teens and children who were physically, emotionally and sexually abused. There was a child who wouldn’t go in the bathroom, wouldn’t have a bath or shower. He was about ten years old and in a care home. I knew his background and why he was in care. Talking about sexual experiences with a stranger is uncomfortable for anyone, being a child and talking about them is even more uncomfortable. The child would get angry if you tried to get him to shower or bathe, he was getting bullied by other children in the care home for smelling and he would get angry if people tried to talk about what happened to him or tried to get him to talk about what happened to him. I used the Rewind Technique with him over about a 30 minute period. I told him he didn’t have to tell me anything about whatever has happened to him, he didn’t have to talk about it, I wasn’t going to ask him to tell me anything about it. I just asked him to give me a codeword for whatever it was that had happened that was making him angry. He said ‘bathroom incident’. I then did the Rewind Technique just referring to what we were working on as ‘the bathroom incident’. I didn’t ask him for any details about the incident, what the incident was, what happened, when, how often, how he felt about it. I just helped him gain freedom from what had happened. Within less than 30 minutes he was comfortable going into the bathroom and having a bath or shower. This meant he no longer got bullied in the home for smelling, his anger significantly reduced (he no longer got angry in relation to the bathroom or what happened to him) and his behaviour improved.

The Rewind Technique is an incredible technique for every psychological therapist’s toolbox. You can learn the Rewind Technique for just $14.99 USD here. (Usual RRP $149.99 USD).

The Treating PTSD, Trauma and Phobias With The Rewind Technique course covers:

  • How to treat phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder, and trauma that underlies many other psychological problems (like: depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, and addictions) with the Rewind Technique.
  • What causes phobias and post-traumatic stress disorder
  • How to handle challenges you may face with clients
  • The principles behind the Rewind Technique and how to effectively deliver the technique
  • How to get creative with those principles so that you can create your own versions of the technique, like creating stories around the technique
  • What other issues the Rewind Technique works well for treating

To aid your learning there are additional notes and I have included 12 of my self-hypnosis PTSD and phobia treatment mp3’s (worth over £95 GBP) that you can use yourself or listen to as examples of using the Rewind Technique to treat different phobias and PTSD.

The tracks are:

  • Fear of enclosed spaces
  • Fear of flying
  • Fear of going outside your home
  • Fear of needles
  • Fear of open spaces
  • Fear of puppets
  • Fear of rats
  • Fear of vomiting
  • Generic phobia cure
  • Fear of spiders
  • Fear of snakes
  • PTSD treatment for soldiers

This Rewind Technique course also includes five practice exercises and five quizzes to help test and embed your knowledge and comes with a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee.​