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Multi accredited hypnotherapy training, CPD
Multi accredited hypnotherapy training, CPD

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Do your clients tell you lies?
The simple answer is that yes, some of them do. Maybe even
most of them, although, of course, there's no real way to tell. Or is there?    A study of 547 clients done by Blanchard et al [1] showed
that around 93% of them had lied to their therapists, on iss...
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New mindfulness course will be available by the end of April.
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What to do when clients don't turn up
This is a topic that comes up regularly on social media and in discussion with other therapists, so I thought I would look this month at the issue of 'no shows' - clients who fail to turn up for their appointments, without giving you any notice.   GoodThera...
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Therapists: can your empathy get you down?
'Compassion fatigue is caused by empathy. It is the natural
consequence of stress resulting from caring for and helping traumatized or
suffering people' Dennis Portnoy [1]   What is compassion fatigue? You might also find compassion fatigue referred to as
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Just to let you all know I shall be speaking at this event - London 2-4 November. Not sure which day as yet but I will let you know, and will be publishing a ticket discount code.
http://ukhypnosisconvention.co.uk/
UK Hypnosis Convention 2018
UK Hypnosis Convention 2018
ukhypnosisconvention.co.uk
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Releasing negative anchors
An anchor in general terms is something which holds a ship in place by connecting it to the bottom of the sea. When we talk about anchors in therapy, we mean a response which holds the client in a particular emotional state by connecting them to a specific ...
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What do you know? More fun facts welcome - just post below the article. https://www.debbiewaller.com/hypnoblog/71-hypno-facts
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The Chimp Paradox
These notes are based on ideas developed by Prof Steven Peters in a book entitled 'The Chimp Paradox', in which he presents an incredibly powerful mind management model based on the neuro-science of the brain The model simplifies the science into a practica...
The Chimp Paradox
The Chimp Paradox
hypnotherapytrainingblog.blogspot.com
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Why a therapist is not just for Christmas!
As those who know me best will confirm, I've been 'involved' with dogs since my mid teens. Over the years I've competed, judged, taught and lived with quite a few. A well known dog charity has a slogan about a dog being for life and not just for Christmas. ...
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Making your therapy practice autism friendly
I think it was Temple Grandin (one of the first
people to share her experience of having autism publicly) who suggested that
living with Asperger's Syndrome was like living in a world where everyone else
speaks Shakespearean English. You get the gist of thi...
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