The Art of Hypnotherapy

Now in it’s 4th edition, this classic text presents a comprehensive overview of client-centered hypnosis based on the teachings of Charles Tebbets. Since it is the person under going hypnosis is the one with power to change him/herself, the hypnotherapist acts as the facilitator, tailoring the hypnosis session to the client. All of the techniques found in this volume, including regression therapy and parts theory center on this concept. The Art of Hypnotherapy shows students how all hypnotic techniques revolve around four main therapeutic objectives: Suggestion and Imagery; Discover the Cause; Release; and Subconscious Relearning. New features in this edition include an arrangement of techniques from simple to complex, so those using hypnosis in a limited way easily learn the applicable techniques, a chapter on the common application of hypnotherapy that now includes new sections on: anger, impotence, stuttering, and tinnitus, and the chapters on anchoring and triggers have been updated with sections on how to help a client establish a safe place, and why this is important.

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3 comments for “The Art of Hypnotherapy

  1. Dave H
    November 24, 2012 at 4:06 PM

    In-depth introducion to hypnotherapy for the professional This is the companion volume to C Roy Hunter’s excellent introduction to hypnosis, the Art of Hypnosis. Although it can be read on it’s own, parts of this book are more understandable if you have already read the Art of Hypnosis. Hunter has an informal, first-person style of writing that makes the book enjoyable to read. This book is an excellent reference for both beginning and experienced hypnotherapists that is packed with philosophy, strategies, techniques, and scripts. It is intended for professionals and is probably not appropriate for someone who is only casually interested in hypnosis.

  2. Calvin Banyan "Hypnotherapist, Author & Trainer"
    November 24, 2012 at 10:11 PM

    Must Have Book for the Hypnotherapist At the Banyan Hypnosis Center for Training & Services, Inc. I recommend this book along with Mr. Hunter’s book, The Art of Hypnosis, to all of our students. It provides a wealth of hypnotherapeutic techniques. It is a true “hand book” of hypnotherapy. If you practice (or intend to practice) hypnotherapy your library is not complete without this book.

  3. Anonymous
    November 24, 2012 at 10:28 PM

    Very helpful for hypnotherapist I highly recommend this book by Roy Hunger who has acknowledged his gratitude to his teacher Charles Tibbets who was truly a giant in his field. It has been helpful in my work at Pendleton Memorial Methodist Hospital, New Orleans, LA. Chaplain Paul G. Durbin, Ph.D.

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The Art of Hypnotherapy

Now in it’s 4th edition, this classic text presents a comprehensive overview of client-centered hypnosis based on the teachings of Charles Tebbets. Since it is the person under going hypnosis is the one with power to change him/herself, the hypnotherapist acts as the facilitator, tailoring the hypnosis session to the client. All of the techniques found in this volume, including regression therapy and parts theory center on this concept. The Art of Hypnotherapy shows students how all hypnotic techniques revolve around four main therapeutic objectives: Suggestion and Imagery; Discover the Cause; Release; and Subconscious Relearning. New features in this edition include an arrangement of techniques from simple to complex, so those using hypnosis in a limited way easily learn the applicable techniques, a chapter on the common application of hypnotherapy that now includes new sections on: anger, impotence, stuttering, and tinnitus, and the chapters on anchoring and triggers have been updated with sections on how to help a client establish a safe place, and why this is important.

Click Here For More Information

3 comments for “The Art of Hypnotherapy

  1. Dave H
    November 24, 2012 at 3:44 PM

    In-depth introducion to hypnotherapy for the professional This is the companion volume to C Roy Hunter’s excellent introduction to hypnosis, the Art of Hypnosis. Although it can be read on it’s own, parts of this book are more understandable if you have already read the Art of Hypnosis. Hunter has an informal, first-person style of writing that makes the book enjoyable to read. This book is an excellent reference for both beginning and experienced hypnotherapists that is packed with philosophy, strategies, techniques, and scripts. It is intended for professionals and is probably not appropriate for someone who is only casually interested in hypnosis.

  2. Calvin Banyan "Hypnotherapist, Author & Trainer"
    November 24, 2012 at 9:44 PM

    Must Have Book for the Hypnotherapist At the Banyan Hypnosis Center for Training & Services, Inc. I recommend this book along with Mr. Hunter’s book, The Art of Hypnosis, to all of our students. It provides a wealth of hypnotherapeutic techniques. It is a true “hand book” of hypnotherapy. If you practice (or intend to practice) hypnotherapy your library is not complete without this book.

  3. Anonymous
    November 24, 2012 at 10:05 PM

    Very helpful for hypnotherapist I highly recommend this book by Roy Hunger who has acknowledged his gratitude to his teacher Charles Tibbets who was truly a giant in his field. It has been helpful in my work at Pendleton Memorial Methodist Hospital, New Orleans, LA. Chaplain Paul G. Durbin, Ph.D.

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