As rapidly as the old stereotypical watch-swinging hypnotist fades from the scene, new and diverse practical applications of hypnosis appear in almost every field of endeavor.
The Educator uses guided imagery to help enable students to read faster, comprehend more easily, remember new information and reduce exam anxiety.
The Dentist uses hypnosis to reduce fear in phobic patients, replacing it with calm confidence.
The Clergyman uses hypnosis as an indispensable tool in the numerous and complex opportunities presented in pastoral counseling.
The Athlete uses hypnosis to increase training motivation and to enhance performance.
The Advertising professional uses hypnosis to heighten creativity and generate new, profitable ideas.
The Private Practice Hypnotherapist employs advanced techniques to help clients change unwanted behaviors.
The Health Care Professional uses hypnotic techniques with patients to assist them in boosting their immune systems, manage pain and accelerate healing.
The Criminal Investigator uses hypnosis to assist in the retrieval of important information from traumatized victims or witnesses.
The Corporate Executive uses hypnosis to reduce stress and increase sales motivation.
The list is virtually endless, and the field of hypnotherapy is changing and growing daily.
Learning by experience is much more educational than learning consciously…
Learning experientially is the most important thing.
Milton H. Erickson, M.D.