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?
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.
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.
An article explaining why and how giving sufficient time for discussion at appointments can be beneficial for the patient, therapist and the treatment itself.
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?
Adapted from master’s thesis in Health Research Methods, “Effectiveness of Hypnotherapy in Anxiety Disorders: a Systematic Review” by Aile Trumm.
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.
A few pointers from practitioners which may be useful when looking to buy or replace your patient’s chair in your own consulting room.
Practitioners provide examples of their Patient Consent Form so that colleagues may find it easier to create their own.