By Shaun Brookhouse
We are delighted to bring you this long-awaited investigation into the development of hypnotherapy, written by one of the foremost experts in the field.
Dr Brookhouse's work represents a major step forward for hypnotherapy, providing a comprehensive overview of the development of the profession, and outlining all the issues which are faced by the modern hypnotherapist.
Exploring methods that employ Direct Authoritarian and Indirect Permissive approaches, Hypnosis progresses beyond these approaches to describe the inductions pioneered by Dave Elman-- a technique that places responsibility for hypnosis on the client.
A must-read for therapeutic organizations, trainers, serious therapists, and anyone interested in the profession. - Dr Chris Forester, Editor, HRS Journal.
Spiral bound 92 pages
Published: July, 2002