The way I like to teach people is from the deepest level up, rather than the surface level down. My experience is that most hypnotherapy courses and books teach the surface level information first and many never touch on the deeper nature of things. They will often give you an explanation of what hypnosis is, perhaps some history of hypnosis, and then they will teach you some techniques for doing hypnosis. When you understand the deeper nature of trance and pattern-matching and the different ways hypnosis can be evoked you don’t need to have structured inductions or techniques for doing hypnosis: you can create your own ways of eliciting hypnotic responses in people in a client-centred way that is unique to each person you work with.
This first volume will teach you the history of hypnosis, various theories of hypnosis including what I think hypnosis is, it will teach you different ways hypnosis can be evoked and deepened and will teach you how you can use self-hypnosis for yourself and why it can be helpful to teach clients self-hypnosis. You will also learn a selection of structured inductions, hypno-therapeutic techniques, how to carry changes from within therapy sessions into clients lives and how hypnosis fits into therapy because there is a misconception that hypnotherapy is somehow different from other psychological therapies when in-fact hypnotherapy is just some form of therapy done with hypnosis as an adjunct to that therapy, hypnosis itself isn’t a therapy.This book on an introduction to hypnotherapy is the first in a planned series of ten volumes about hypnotherapy.
You will also learn about the trance nature of reality, about the pattern matching brain and about responsivity.
This book will teach you my perspective of the Ericksonian approach to hypnosis and therapy. It will demonstrate the simplicity that I believe underlies the Ericksonian approach and will teach Ericksonian hypnotic language patterns in a simple and easy to learn and understand way.
In this book I share the skills to use so that you can take the knowledge you have from book one in the Hypnotherapy Revealed series about hypnosis, pattern-matching and the trance nature of reality and use this therapeutically with clients. The knowledge you will gain from this book can be mastered allowing you to be able to confidently hypnotise and therapeutically work with almost anyone using the approach that is right for them as an individual. You will be able to do what I think of as client-centred hypnotherapy.
Learn the fundamental principles of the Ericksonian approach, hypnotic language patterns, paradoxical interventions and how to craft healing stories.
Hypnotherapy Trance Scripts (previously released as ‘Advanced Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Scripts’) is written by Dan Jones, a leading autistic Ericksonian hypnotherapist. Being autistic enables Dan to have a different view on the World to most Hypnotherapists allowing him greater ability to notice relevant patterns others miss and to weave these into therapeutic hypnotic scripts.
‘Advanced Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Scripts’ has remained a bestseller since its release in 2009. It remains essential reading on many top hypnotherapy and NLP training courses as well as recommended reading for all those interested in self-hypnosis and creating their own hypnosis audio tracks (these hypnosis scripts can be used to make commercial audio tracks as long as credit is given to the author and the book).
Over 100 Hypnotherapy Scripts And Expanded Chapters About How To Do Hypnosis And How To Structure Effective Hypnotherapy Sessions
The expanded 2nd edition of Advanced Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Scripts contained additional hypnotic inductions and additional therapeutic scripts. Many chapters were also expanded with new helpful content to help you be as effective as possible and to help you to understand the scripts, the hypnotic language and techniques being used, and an overview of how to do hypnotherapy.
This 3rd edition, now part of the Hypnotherapy Revealed series, Hypnotherapy Trance Scripts, has 50% more content than the second edition, it includes 88 hypnotic inductions, plus updated therapeutic scripts and unlike other hypnotherapy scripts books, there is now additional information sharing evidence relating to the topics covered by hypnotherapy scripts to support your goal of working in an evidence-based way to best support your clients.
This book of more than 100 Hypnotherapy scripts is based on over 20 years of experience that the author has had working with a wide range of clients and training other professionals in hypnotherapy, psychotherapy and the healing arts.
Hypnotherapy Scripts Topics Include:
- Stop Smoking
- Weight Loss
- Lifting Depression
- Calming Anxiety
- Soothing Pain
- Performance Enhancement
- Tackling Insomnia
- and many more topics…
This isn’t just another hypnosis scripts book, the author hopes that readers will use these scripts as a starting point, rather than just reciting scripts verbatim.
Also Learn In This Book
- How to run hypnotherapy sessions from gathering information to carrying out the hypnotic work
- Ending sessions, setting post hypnotic suggestions and tasks
- Learn Ericksonian hypnotic language patterns and script structure to give a deeper understanding of what is being done in the scripts and why they are written the way they are
This all-round package makes this book a valuable resource for anyone wanting to learn more about Ericksonian hypnosis. Hypnotherapists in training can also read and analyse the hypnotherapy scripts and study the language, structure and multi-level communication used to further their skill and knowledge. The ultimate goal of this book is to help hypnotherapists move beyond scripts to regularly performing script-free hypnotherapy sessions that occur in response to the client in front of the therapist. This hypnotherapy scripts book can help the hypnotherapist develop ideas from the scripts that can come out spontaneously once mastered.