Be Open Minded Hypnosis Works
Hypnosis is a very effective adjunct to psychotherapist use to help therapy be even more client centred. I have always described therapy as a truly client centred process. This is because the client ultimately controls the therapeutic change work whilst the therapist is a facilitator rather then than the driver of the process.
In order to get the most out of the therapeutic experience a client needs to be open minded to the experience. A great disadvantage regarding hypnosis is the idea that a client has a to simply close their eyes and the therapist does all the work and th client can sit back and relax.
One must also maintain an open mind to hypnosis. For any therapeutic process is that if you expect the process to work it is more likely to work. So the reality is a client can take a greater control of their work by believing that what they are doing is going to work will exponentially enhance the chances that it will do. Therapists must be expert in their modality to be able to explain it so the client is able make the leap of faith that will make belief inevitable.