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Advanced Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy: How to Get Great Results with Your Hypnosis Clients Every Time

97 pages43 minutes


This Compact How To Guide is a follow up to my previous book, 'The Power of Hypnosis'. 'Advanced Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy' quickly picks up where 'The Power' left off. It provides additional details on the seven-step hypnosis process. More importantly, for each step, the book addresses challenging client situations, reasons why they occur, and how to handle these tricky situations like a pro.

This type of practical training is seldom delivered in a book format. That's why I wrote this book. I really needed this information when I started practicing hypnosis.

Just don't be fooled by the size of this book. I've packed it with key information without all the filler. It's tightly written for hypnotherapists and hypnotists in training. That said, it can easily serve as a valuable reference for practicing hypnotists.

Below is the full table of contents to give you a brief glimpse of what you’ll find in this book. More than anything, this book represents the many challenges I’ve faced as a practicing hypnotist. I've translated these challenges and the solutions into training scenarios that will save you a lot of time, frustration and money.

Chapter 1: Introduction to Advanced Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy, Hypnotherapists and Hypnotists
A Brief Hypnosis Overview
Why a Good Hypnotist or Hypnotherapist Makes the Difference
Helping Others with Hypnosis
Getting Results with Hypnosis
Making the Process Work
Chapter 2: Step 1 – Defining the Issue
Clarifying the Problem
Key Questions
Client won’t talk
Client talks too much
Client gets emotional
You forget details
Chapter 3: Step 2 – Pre-talk
Building Client’s Confidence in You
Dealing with Client’s Concerns and Misconceptions
Doubts about ability to be hypnotized
Doubts about effectiveness of hypnosis
Questions about your ability
Previous bad experience
Chapter 4: Step 3 – Convincer
Magnetic Fingers Convincer
Balloon Convincer
Bucket Convincer
Sway Test
Pencil Convincer
Eyes Closure Convincer
Pendulum Convincer
One of more convincers do not work
Chapter 5: Step 4 – Induction
Types of Induction
Focus Induction
Relaxation Induction
Breathing in Unison
Arm Levitation Induction
Star Method Induction
Eye Open and Closure Induction
Hypno-Disk Induction
Client is fidgeting
Client is not relaxing
Client doesn’t respond to induction
Outside noises
Chapter 6: Step 5 – Deepening Trance
Walk Down Stairs
Wave of Relaxation
Arm Drop
Connect with a Previous Trance
Client is troubled by imagery
Client gets hiccups
Chapter 7: Step 6 – Hypnosis Suggestions
Healthy Eating
Self Esteem
Sleeping Well
Strong Emotional Response
Chapter 8: Step 7 – Awakening
Client doesn’t wake easily
Client appears groggy
Chapter 9: Avoiding Problems
Chapter 10: Next Steps
Further Learning
The Hypnosis Business
Focus on Key Techniques

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