Hypnotherapy: causes, effects and strategies for effective treatment with hypnosis, hypnotherapy and NLP (Paperback)
Many books about hypnotherapy are expensive. I do not know why, but I can guess that they are written as much for profit as for help. However, "Hypnotherapy, causes, effects and strategies for effective treatment with hypnosis, hypnotherapy and NLP" is affordable essential reading for anybody who practices, wishes to practice and for clients who want to seek help from a therapist. A therapist should be a catalyst for beneficial change. He/she listens, and then works out patterns and then changes perceptions to achieve constructive results. He/she should be a facilitator for positive change rather than a creator of a Frankenstein client full of false beliefs. A therapist is a channel for change. Hypnotherapy, this book, cuts through the mysterious nature given to therapy. Forget outrageous claims and strange techniques that hide a straightforward process from therapists and clients alike. Using his experiences with a large number of problems presented by many clients over a substantial period of time, this book is aimed at giving guidance and level-headed advice to new therapists, established therapists and their clients. John Smale cuts away many of the absurdities in complicated and way out therapies and allows the therapist to offer sound and constructive help in achieving a positive outcome for the client. REVIEWS This is an honest book that explains the causes, effects and treatments for many of the problems a therapist is asked to handle. From making new associations using various therapies to handling abuse, phobias, and other patient issues, this is a powerful, important presentation. Midwest Book Review. As I was reading this book I knew I had knowledge already acquired but this lit the light bulb above my head and has given me a new found confidence to move forward with some better and focused study. Steve, counselling student. In his book, John Smale, a practicing Hypnotherapist of some +20yrs, does what I believe is an excellent job in reflecting a practical down to earth understanding, of a subject and profession. I truly believe that both existing practitioners & enquiring minds alike will benefit from reading this book. T M Collins, Clinical Hypnotherapist.