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Ericksonian Hypnotherapy - The 3rd Principe: Utilisation (part 1)

The 3rd principe: Utilisation. Utilisation assumes that you can use (utilise) anything (positive or negative) the client brings into your office. Everything he thinks, feels, does, or believes is welcomed and interpreted to his advantages (in his favour). Read more...
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Ericksonian Hypnotherapy - The 2nd Principle: Acceptance

The 2nd Principle: Acceptance: Acceptance. Acceptance as a solution? The therapeutic process is a paradox. A client does not accept his current situation and wants to change it. When he fails to do so, he seeks the help of a therapist or coach. But it is precisely this non-acceptance that is part of the problem. Acceptance, on the other hand, is the beginning of a solution. Carl Rogers, the founder of client-centred therapy once said: The curious paradox is that when I accept myself, just as I am, then I can change. Read more...

Ericksonian Hypnotherapy - The 1st Principe: Observation

The 1st Principle: Every therapeutic process, in fact, every therapeutic encounter, starts with observation. Clients use words to express what they consciously think about themselves, their problem, or their goal, but it is their body language that reveals their unconscious, deeper story Read More...