Many therapists use post-hypnotic suggestion in their ‘stop smoking’ treatment. One therapist explains the reasons why this may be counterproductive in certain cases.
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.
Through research and experience, one therapist explains how she is now able to ensure Reinterpretation is carried out only on the Causative Event, not a confirmation or trigger incident.
Transcript of the final treatment session, along with feedback received from patient following completion.
Transcript of session 6 in a series of 7 appointments for the treatment of pain.
Transcript of treatment session (5 of 7) to treat pain.
Transcript of session showing how treatment was progressed by increasing the patient’s understanding of the language and intended direction. A number of different incidents were referred to by the patient and full explanations were given to allow the patient to understand why they were not the targeted events so that more relevant information could be gained.
Sessions 1 to 3 of patient suffering severe, chronic pain. Transcript of full investigatory session.
A transcript of a treatment session when the Causative Event was identified and reinterpreted. The session does not follow the typical SRBC pattern but gives a good illustration of how to direct treatment towards more relevant information and how to make full use of the patient’s initial description of their problem/issue in the eventual Correction of Reactions.
When a patient indicates a specific trait creating a reaction but says ‘no’ to all the characteristics you offer, where do you go next? A simple solution is provided.