Why Study Motivational Hypnotism
All hypnotism courses cover methods of working with problems, including suggestion and age regression but often they concentrate on the negative. For example, there are schools that say that a client experiencing anxiety must go back into their past and re-experience events which caused the anxiety. Some insist that these events be re-lived with all the trauma associated, while others say that the experience can be viewed from a dissociated vantage point. IÂ will discuss these schools of thought in more detail in the blog,Â Analytical Hypnotism.
All courses also cover working with some areas that could be construed as positive, such as habit breaking and confidence, but often once again from a less than positive viewpoint. This book is for you if you want to increase the positive aspects of your work, wherever possible.
It is also for you if you want to increase your marketability by adding new areas of expertise to your practice. In our experience, the vast majority of people who contact a hypnotist through the usual means, that is, deciding that they want help and seeking a person suitably qualified in their area, will do so because of a problem that they are suffering with.