Definitions of who has access to the Online LCH Knowledge Base and a personal message and explanation of why it is not always possible to fulfil individual’s requests for help.
Could a hobby provide or enhance the skills we need to deliver LCH treatment? Could it sharpen our thought-processes and make us better therapists?
As therapists, we can be asked if we can treat a condition or issue we know little or nothing about; we need to know how to reach an answer. We need general guidelines that we can use in all these kinds of cases. Here is one therapist’s systematic way through the process for whatever is the specific condition, diagnosis or symptom.
Taking card payments for your treatment is expected these days but do you go for a stand-alone terminal or one connected to your mobile? What about costs? This article provides much information to help you to decide what is best for you and where to go for more information.
Questioning the patient’s conscious understanding of reactions can open treatment up to more far-reaching, beneficial outcomes.
Summary of the discussions held which cover a range of topics relevant to the provision of hypnotherapy via video conferencing and the changes which should or might be useful to ensure techniques work as well online as in person.
Summary of the discussions held during online meeting, covering a range of topics relevant to the provision of hypnotherapy via video conferencing and some of the pitfalls and issues that therapists need to be aware of.
Many therapists use post-hypnotic suggestion in their ‘stop smoking’ treatment. One therapist explains the reasons why this may be counterproductive in certain cases.
This article attempts to explore some reasons behind the misconceptions concerning research & hypnotherapy. It looks at ways for the community of hypnotherapists themselves to contribute in changing that perception.
A Student on the Stage 1 course, asks practising therapists for their opinions & experiences of allowing a patient to decide how to provide answers via IMR – the full question and replies are reproduced here.
Due to difficulties implementing the TV Distraction technique a new way to achieve conscious distraction was required. The following article details this technique and how to use it for the benefit of your own patients; it also explains how it worked and what the outcome was for this particular patient.