How might knowing of a patient’s previous therapy experiences be of benefit to you, them or the treatment process? This article details some of the ways it might help.
How one therapist has adapted her practice and overcome technical and legal issues to provide online treatment. Includes example of virtual-therapy consent form.
Details and documents to enable you to apply for or renew the Trademark Agreement to become a licenced LCH therapist.
How a therapist dealt with potential unintended consequences of treatment and helped the patient to give informed consent.
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.
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.
To run a successful practice some kind of advertising will, of course, be necessary – but how do you decide which, when or where? This article provides some questions to ask and answers to seek before you make a decision or part with your hard-earned money.
What is the normal percentage of patients not completing treatment? If too many are not completing, what is going wrong and how can the issues be addressed?
How long should treatment sessions last? Appointments which go on for too long cause complications in treatment and a great deal of pressure on both patient and therapist. This article explains how and why.
Practitioners provide examples of their Patient Consent Form so that colleagues may find it easier to create their own.
The following variations have been made and form a legally binding part of the Lesserian Trademark Agreement.
Where to obtain free advice on tax issues to help your practice management.
How to ensure that any concerns about the period between requesting an appointment and the date of the actual consultation are viewed positively by the patient and increase their co-operation in the treatment itself.
Is there a way of letting ‘lost’ patients know that they are welcome to return to complete their treatment? A template letter is provided, along with other suggestions for self-reflection useful to all therapists.