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Utilising Parts Therapy in Hypno-Psychotherapy Pt 6 STRUCTURING YOUR SUGGESTION: 1) The motivating desire must be strong. (p 43) 2) Be positive. (p 44) 3) Always use the present tense. When you use your imagination you are in direct contact … Continue reading

Utilising Parts Therapy in Hypno-Psychotherapy Pt 5 FIVE PRINCIPLES OF CONVINCING THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND: 1) The slow, hard way to reach and convince the subconscious is by repetition. 2) Identification with group or parent: If you are Irish you may … Continue reading

Utilising Parts Therapy in Hypno-Psychotherapy Pt 4 The most common reference to “Parts Therapy” within Hypno-Psychotherapy is based on the works of Charles Tebbetts, a protégé of the late Gil Boyne. In his book Miracles on Demand he discusses the … Continue reading

Utilising Parts Therapy in Hypno-Psychotherapy Pt 3 We would use hypno-psychotherapy to explore the covert ego states and any internal conflict(s). This is especially useful if the conflict is not in the conscious awareness of the client. Hypnosis is not … Continue reading

Utilising Parts Therapy in Hypno-Psychotherapy Pt 2 In the late 1920s, Federn published important books such as “Some Variations in Ego-Feeling” and “Narcissism in the Structure of the Ego”. In his works he elucidated upon the concepts of “ego states”, … Continue reading

Utilising Parts Therapy in Hypno-Psychotherapy When we look at “Parts Therapy “it is first important to note that this is not therapy but rather a therapeutic technique. Whilst it is practised by those trained as well as not trained in … Continue reading

The Power of Milton H Erickson Pt 3 In addition to this, there are specific therapeutic techniques that are employed in Ericksonian Psychotherapy: Behavioural techniques: Erickson gave task assignments in order to effect conditioning and provide desensitisation Deep or uncovering … Continue reading

The Power of Milton H Erickson Pt 2 Following on from yesterday’s post. In 1973, Hayley made a final assessment of Erickson’s work. The key elements identified here are: Encouraging resistance Encouraging a response by frustrating it Encouraging a relapse … Continue reading

The Power of Milton H Erickson Hypno-Psychotherapy often finds itself having to justify its place as a psychotherapy as there is no single “unified theory” of what hypno-psychotherapy is and what its components are. Looking away from Experimental Hypnosis which … Continue reading

Research References for Using Hypnosis with Sport Pt 2 Malouff, J. & Murphy, C. (2006) Effects of Self-Instructions on Sport Performance. Journal of Sport Behavior. Vol 29(2), pp. 159-168 2 24 4 Abstract: This article describes an experiment that tested … Continue reading

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