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best hypnotherapist in Vancouver, counselling and life coach

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While hypnosis sessions has many beneficial effects, hypnosis is not a substitute for medical treatment or psychotherapy.. 
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Questions and Answers About Hypnosis

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How Many Sessions Will Be Required?

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The ability to learn new skills always depends Aa number of individual factors. The same applies with hypnosis. Nearly everyone can attain a moderately deep level of hypnosis after one or two sessions. From that point onwards you will find that your rate of progress will depend upon how often you practice the hypnosis. Obtaining the Best Results. Hypnosis is used in many areas of therapy because it is extremely safe and, more importantly, it is a quick way of producing effective results. So that we can produce the best results for you the patient it is important that you tell us what you want to achieve. We then need a full background history from you The therapist will need details of your background, this is done to enable them to gain details of how and when the problem commenced. Often the patient may not be aware of the origins of a problem, so the therapist will look for vital information which will enable them to start looking for a solution to your problems. This history is usually taken during the first session, and it may involve some written assessments in order to provide the therapist with specific information.

Some Popular Fallacies About Hypnosis?

Even though hypnosis has been used in medicine for over two centuries, it still remains somewhat of a mystery. During the 19th century when medicine was still emerging from the mysticism of the past, hypnosis became a powerful medical tool, it was widely used as a substitute for anesthetics, and to control severe pain. It was demonstrated to be a safe and very effective form of treatment. It was gradually replaced as chemical anesthetics, developed in the mid-19th century, started to be more widely used.

However, many had noted its strange powers and hypnosis remained a mystery and led to the rise of many popular misconceptions, many of which have continued into the present. Unfortunately, the popular image of hypnosis comes from what people have awn on the television and in the cinema. We have seen stage hypnotists use it to ridicule people; or else even worse, we have seen hypnosis being used in Hollywood movies where the villains are able to control the minds of their subjects using hypnotic powers. Such representations of hypnosis are completely false. They have absolutely no reality. No one can use hypnosis to control someone else's mind! Unfortunately, these are the images of hypnosis that people tend to remember. Real hypnosis is much more ordinary and down to earth. Let us briefly look at some of the most common misconceptions about hypnosis, and examine the facts:


Wrong! This is the most common misconception about hypnosis, and the thing most people worry about. It comes direct form our exposure to stage hypnotists and movie villains. A hypnotist cannot just take over your mind and control you. You are always in control; always free to do and say whatever you want even when under hypnosis. If the hypnotist suggests something to you, you are still able to think about what you are doing and if you don't want to listen to them, you can ignore what they say. "But," you might say, "

What about the crazy things that subjects do when they are on the stage, apparently under the control of a stage hypnotist?" The truth is, these subjects are willingly participating in the performance. The fact that they are volunteered indicates they want to participate in the performance. More importantly they are not random subjects; the hypnotist carefully selects these subjects from the audience. They will usually start the show by giving the audience a simple test to "demonstrate hypnosis" – in fact he uses this to identify those people who will make good subjects. These are the people he wants. When people come forward he looks for those who performed well in the audience. He again tests the volunteers and selects five or six of the best subjects, and sends the remainder back into the audience. You can see exactly the same behavior on many television quiz shows, especially those that encourage bizarre or outrageous behaviour The performance of participants in these shows are often little different to the behaviour you will see at a hypnosis show. Even worse is the type of "hypnosis" in the movies where hypnosis is used as a form of mind control, where unwilling subjects are forced to kill and steal. Such things are totally impossible!


No, it is actually quite the opposite. When you are asleep you are unaware of things happening around you. In hypnosis you are in a condition of relaxed attentiveness. Have you ever sat listening to a tune, closed your eyes and become part of the melody. You were certainly relaxed, but you were not asleep, you heard every note, and in that relaxed condition you were able to appreciate the music far better than if you had your eyes open. The closed eyes shut out external distractions and allow you to concentrate more fully on the details of the music. That was actually a form of hypnosis.


No. It is just as easy to awaken a subject as it is to hypnotize them. This mistaken idea dates from the 1950's when hypnosis was a popular parlour game. Many amateur hypnotists were keen to show off their skills at parties. Unfortunately, most were so keen to start hypnotizing people that they did not bother to read the chapters that explained how they should awaken their subjects. Despite this omission there were no problems. After a short period of time the subjects would awaken normally. With professional training, the techniques necessary to awaken subjects are amongst the earliest instructions received by therapists.


No problem. Even if the therapist had a heart attack and there was no one to waken you, after a while you would either decide it was time to awaken, and you would return to normal consciousness, or else you would fall into a light steep, and awaken shortly afterwards. [


Yes, normally you will be able to recall everything that happened and was said. The idea that you will experience amnesia after hypnosis is a common misconception. Originating in the 19th century, it is completely false. Although a therapist can produce amnesia, they would only do this with your permission. Sometimes, while in therapy, you may recall some traumatic life experience, and you may not yet be at a stage where you can handle that memory on a conscious level. This is where the therapist would use amnesia to "forget" that memory until you con deal with it.


Yes. In fact strong willed people often make very good subjects. Because hypnosis is a form of communication, between the therapist and the client, if the client is strong willed they are better able to work with the therapist in making changes occur. The success of hypnosis has nothing to do with being strong or weak willed.


Wrong! In fact children are usually good subjects, often better than adults. There are several reasons for this. Firstly their powers of imagination are much greater than adults, secondly they are less likely to be analytical about the material being presented, and finally they tend to readily follow instructions given to them by therapists.


No. The only limitations to the use of hypnosis are related to a patient's ability to listen to the instructions, and cooperate with the therapist. .

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