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The Therapeutic Consultation Therapists are as unique as their clients and their methods of conducting the consultation will reflect their uniqueness. It is, therefore, not possible, or even desirable, to suggest a blueprint which all should follow. However, there are … Continue reading

Hypnosis Research (Childbirth) For today’s blog I have highlighted four studies linked with hypnosis and childbirth. I will give some of my own comments on the applicability of the research in the work of hypnotherapy/hypno-psychotherapy in practice. It is my … Continue reading

Hypnosis Research (Sports) For today’™s blog I have highlighted four studies linked with hypnosis and sports. I will give some of my own comments on the applicability of the research in the work of hypnotherapy/hypno-psychotherapy in practice. It is my … Continue reading

Phases of the Supervisory Relationship Today, I thought it might be useful for both public and professionals to have a look at the phases of the supervision relationship. Most practitioners talk about supervision, hopefully this will give some additional insights. … Continue reading

Hypnosis Research (Weight Issues) For today’s blog I have highlighted three studies linked with hypnosis and weight issues. I will give some of my own comments on the applicability of the research in the work of hypnotherapy/hypno-psychotherapy in practice. It … Continue reading

Hypnosis Research (Alcohol Issues) For today’s blog I have highlighted three studies linked with hypnosis and alcohol issues. I will give some of my own comments on the applicability of the research in the work of hypnotherapy/hypno-psychotherapy in practice. It … Continue reading

Research Evidence for Hypnosis (Unusual Cases) For today’s blog I have highlighted five studies linked with hypnosis and more unusual cases. I will give some of my own comments on the applicability of the research in the work of hypnotherapy/hypno-psychotherapy in practice. It … Continue reading

The Death of a Legend On this day in 1939 a giant of 20th Century thought and the arguable father of modern psychotherapy died in London, the person in question of course was Sigmund Freud. For readers who do not … Continue reading

Research Evidence for Hypnosis (Anxiety) For today’s blog I have highlighted three studies on a linked with hypnosis and anxiety. I will give some of my own comments on the applicability of the research in the work of hypnotherapy/hypno-psychotherapy in practice. It … Continue reading

What to bring to Supervision After many years of providing clinical supervision, I am often asked by new therapists what they should bring to the supervisionary session. I say have your notebook with you. Relax, take some deep breaths and … Continue reading

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