The Hypnotherapist's Companion

A practical guide to practice

how to develop your therapy skills

In this section of the book, I'm looking at how you can develop additional skills and knowledge to apply when working with your clients. How can you make your client's experience the best possible one when you are working with them? I have it here.

 

The section includes:

Managing client expectations

How to use scripts effectively – and when/how to let them go

Working with non-visual clients

Using silence in therapy

The role of therapist self-disclosure

The effective use of aversion

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