Listening to the client’s subconscious is as important, if not more, than the giving of hypnotic suggestion. Understanding dreams provides us that opportunity and more. HMI provides an approach to Dream Therapy that is simple, powerful, and effective. Presented in his unique style of humor and metaphor, HMI Director George Kappas, MA, LMFT, outlines his inviting style and strategy for Dream Therapy.
A Hypnotherapist can never have too many tools to assist clients in reaching their goals. HMI Staff Therapist John Melton, CHt, shows you how to incorporate Erik Erikson’s Stages of Development into your hypnotherapy practice. Plus, learn how and when to use tools such as a biofeedback machine, hypno-disc, pen-light and pendulum in conjunction with hypnotic techniques.
Tanya Nord, MA, CHt, introduces the use of “Hypno-Diagnostic Tools,” a phrase HMI coined to describe a collection of techniques designed to give the subconscious mind a voice, helping to reveal the underlying beliefs that shape the emotional responses and automatic behavior of the client. Through her guidance and demonstration, you can begin exploring these fascinating tools with both yourself and your clients.