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Postby stephenbrooks21 » Thu Apr 05, 2012 1:19 pm

Brooksonian Hypnosis is indirect and conversational so allows you to employ highly effective hypnotic techniques conversationally and with compassion as part of your therapy or care work without any of the traditional drama and theatrics of the more direct authoritarian approach to hypnosis. With the indirect approach emphasis is placed on the client or patient’s ability to experience hypnosis for themselves with the therapist’s guidance. We believe this is a respectful approach to hypnosis as it reduces the client’s dependence on the therapist and empowers the patient rather than dis-empowering them.

Trainer: Stephen Brooks
Stephen Brooks has over thirty years experience as a hypnotherapy trainer and has designed hypnosis courses for over 20 hospitals and universities. He is recognized as a world authority on hypnosis and is a pioneer in the field.
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