(Part 2 of 2) Following the Reinterpretation and Correction in the previous session, this transcript shows the therapist checking to see what information remains to be dealt with before concluding treatment (includes SRBC detailing).
(Part 1 of 2) Reinterpretation of Causative Event (transcript from recording). Using IMR and the TV Visualisation Technique this transcript works through the SRBC to identify the cause and then helps the patient to reinterpret the event and correct the effects.
Details and documents to enable you to apply for or renew the Trademark Agreement to become a licenced LCH therapist.
Sometimes, treatment takes more sessions than expected. This article highlights one of the reasons this might be and gives a suggestion on how to help the patient understand why.
How a therapist dealt with potential unintended consequences of treatment and helped the patient to give informed consent.
Treating addiction. One therapist’s experience of how this symptom was approached, successful outcome achieved and the valuable lessons learnt along the way.
How can a confirming event occur before the causative event? Changing our terminology allows a logical progression to be seen.
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.
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.