A few pointers from practitioners which may be useful when looking to buy or replace your patient’s chair in your own consulting room.
Where to obtain free advice on tax issues to help your practice management.
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.
One therapist’s personal perspective on how and where the 1980’s works ‘Hypnotherapy Explained’ and ‘The Book of Hypnosis’ relate to the 21st century world of LCH theory and practice.
One therapist shares her experiences, the information gained and costs involved in setting up the facility to accept credit card payments.
With practice and experience, therapists develop their own versions of shorthand notes to go on record cards during treatment sessions, one therapist provides details of her particular symbols and abbreviations which others may use as a template or basis for their own.
Should we make our notes concise – or is it acceptable, useful or necessary to write a great amount?
I’m just starting out in practice and don’t yet have the experience or confidence to rely on my own words, is there any reason why I should not just read out scripts to my patients in order to induce relaxation or introduce particular techniques?